On road tuning vs dyno tuning

Discussion in 'Forced Induction & Engine Management' started by liz@rd, Aug 9, 2008.

  1. jinkl

    jinkl 15 Year | Platinum

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    diffrence in load
     
  2. D-IV

    D-IV 15 Year | Platinum

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    +1 on load factor being the reason. But i wouldn't mind running it slightly rich.. leaves a slight margin for error.
     
  3. Firebird

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    I only thrust the actual on road performance for driveability and tranfer-able power to the road. and not shown impressive dyno charts or figures to my friends.
     
  4. chromeibanez

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    :party:


    :adore::adore::adore:
     
  5. jinkl

    jinkl 15 Year | Platinum

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    there are more accurate dyno machines tht no performance shop in malaysia could afford, go to youtube and see dyno's of ferraris , lambo's and etc , haha
     
  6. Trinityblood

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    i`ll prefer street tune but still go dyno tune for touch up..hehe
    it`s a combination lor....:rofl:
     
  7. momosyah

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    the between maybe got more "ralat" in some aspect.Maybe can try On Track Tuning VS Dyno Tuning
     
  8. Sky222

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    For me..... i prefer street tune and fine tune with dyno... ermmm... end ups with a very Fine AFR Target
     
  9. SKYBLUEV6

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    street tune can save money becoz u use actual street performance and u can setting fuel as needed like when u at trafic jam and when u want speedy.im tune my car sampai rsm blinking. Result is more than 250km/hour.so satisfy
     
  10. turbology

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    Tuning on Dyno - only fine tune WOT
    If you are going to drive the car daily, you need to tune the entire fuel map, including half throttle, off-throttle, engine under load, AC is on, etc etc

    Dyno tune can only make your car able to drive on road, but not road-drivable.
     
  11. renxun

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    dont get wat you mean.. what are u trying to say here?
     
  12. turbology

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    both Dyno tune and Road tune are necesssary
     
  13. Trinityblood

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    dyno tune for proper map and on road for the real world,
    means for the final touch up as well...
     
  14. turbology

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    You can get proper map tuning doing on-road tuning
     
  15. cnxnet

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    i think both also needed, coz on the road can tune low rpm , dyno can tune to get horse power at high RPM
     
  16. Trinityblood

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    thats correct bro....:heeeelllllooooo:
     
  17. mIvEc-wEbbEr

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    if want perfect tune.. both road and dyno tuning must be done
     
  18. Force Performance

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    :cool:If the final On-road tuning and test-driving already being done perfectly, then what for still hook up to dyno to re-adjust the tuning with the dyno's power simulation error? Make it simple- The dyno is just a power simulator which equipped with simulated power load sensors and do not expect 100% accuracy.

    :cool:No matter how good is the Ferrari or Lambo's racing dyno equipped, they still need road tester like :- Mr. Micheal Shoemaker, Mr. Alonso & etc.
     
  19. daredevilz

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    on the road is more accurate ya than dyno on wheel??
     
  20. waisign

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    Where can we do Road/Street Tuning in malaysia becos most of the shops only do Dyno Tune. Please advise.
     

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