Originally Posted by .MarkyMark.
I think that sounds good... Did you by chance happen to run a stock dyno with your a/c and power steering hooked up?
No. I used URD
's 2.7 baseline dyno for their supercharger. Then I did runs with these mods:
No PS no AC
Then the latest dyno was with these mods:
tooter II.VII intake manifold spacer
No PS no AC
So any results will only be relative to changing the header from LCE to DT. But it will also include the MagnaFlow
catback because I no longer have the stock exhaust. That extra change is likely to cloud the results, so give it some thought before you decide to do it.
It's not easy to get an absolute apples to apples comparative runs unless you have control over all of the conditions. I needed to log accurate results with the intake manifold spacer as absolutely
change, so that it would be fair and honest. So all of the other conditions had to remain exactly the same regardless of what they were right down to using the same dyno machine.
Yea, you're right. I think I just love the idea of having a "no hassle" gain.
It's up to you. I'm willing to do it.
If any other guys wanted to come and run their trucks, we could do a dyno day.
On the other hand it's cheaper and far less trouble to simply contact DT and have them provide you with documentation of the gains for their own products.