Info: Looking for a dyno in your area?

BudTX

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Thanks for that link, Kat.

I'll show my ignorance here. What is the difference between a Model 224x and a model Model 248, and which is more accurate for our trucks?

Bud
 

Kat

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Thanks for that link, Kat.

I'll show my ignorance here. What is the difference between a Model 224x and a model Model 248, and which is more accurate for our trucks?

Bud
I have no clue :eek: I do know that we try to dyno our vehicles stock then after each modification. But, use the same dyno all the time. So the numbers are consistent.
 

MarkBroviak

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Thanks for that link, Kat.

I'll show my ignorance here. What is the difference between a Model 224x and a model Model 248, and which is more accurate for our trucks?

Bud

No ignorance there Bud, it is a very good question indeed. Model 248 is a large roller enertia dyno, ie the only thing to hold the truck back to make boost is the weight of the roller. Model 224xLC (Which I have) is a smaller roller with an electric Eddy Current braking system that is a programmable load control so you can simulate load. This is the superior model of the two for dynoing anything that is turbo or supercharged. It is also a great dyno for driveability diagnosis as you can set it to a certian speed or rpm and when you get to that set point the dyno will not allow you to go past it. I love the 224xLC and I am the only one in Indiana with one.
 

DefiantArms

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http://www.dynojet.com/dynocenters/dynojet-automotive-dyno-centers.aspx
http://www.superflow.com/locator/index.php

Here's a tip about this forum that seems to be overlooked by new members:

If you see a link to something that is outdated (that dynojet one was 7 years old!) or deadended, then do the work to correct it instead of expecting others to do it for you.


Yea my bad I am new and I could have been more descriptive was trying to see if anyone recommended a shop that does trucks like ours and thank you for the new links
 

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