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Default Please share your in-store dyno graphs - 04-09-2021, 10:08 AM

Can anyone who has put his car on dyno before please post your graphs? It'd be helpful to provide which map it was done on, and the type of dyno method.

Reason I am asking is that I've come to see this horrible dyno graph posted by a FK8 owner, in which the first 2 runs were on Map0 and the 3rd run was on Map2. I just wan to see other dyno graphs to confirm it's not JB4 issue. But with this choppy graph, wouldn't it have created codes in the system?

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Default 04-10-2021, 03:08 PM

That's pretty ugly. If it's doing it on map0 (JB4 bypassed) then it's going to do it on any performance map too. Since it's oscillating at all engine speeds most likely cause is an issue with the dyno itself reading the vehicle. Being set to smoothing 0 also makes whatever is going on more pronounced in the chart.

This is the TypeR dyno we did in house for comparison.

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