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Old 09-16-2004, 11:25 AM   #11
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Doesn't a dyno put more and more load onto the drive wheels until the engine bogs down? If so, then that wouldn't be good for the engine. I was reading an article on some type of vehicle (cant remember when or what) but the builder mentioned that they wouldn't dyno it because its extremely hard on it.
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Doesn't a dyno put more and more load onto the drive wheels until the engine bogs down? If so, then that wouldn't be good for the engine. I was reading an article on some type of vehicle (cant remember when or what) but the builder mentioned that they wouldn't dyno it because its extremely hard on it.
I was refering to an engine dyno, not a wheel dyno.
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my bad, don't mind me
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Question, i was in last gear in my new engine the other day speedom was burried, and i mnusta been goin 120, i was draggin some fagat in a beamer, on the course of course..PUN, but, whens the limiter kick in in a 96 se..
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should be 108 unless you have an aftermarket pcm
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