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RE: Rolling Dyno Question

In message <933713F1FB7BD111AC2300A0C98F1AD10102BCD5@MILXPR06> "Buchholz, Steven" writes:

> Remember that these don't have to be fully equipped dynos ... all they need
> to do is allow all 4 wheels to turn and apply a load.  I doubt that they
> would have the output power measurement goodies ... since that is probably
> what you were looking for, the answer is likely to still be no ...

The main problem in steady-stating is getting enough air past the
vehicle - especially the intercooler.  We have a couple of AWD rolling
roads around here, but they're no good for turbos.  You have to dump
a couple of hundred kilowatts of heat to air _and_ get good flow over
the intercooler.

 Phil Payne
 Phone: 0385 302803   Fax: 01536 723021
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