DynoJet is the industry standard. You go to just about any sanctioned event with hp restrictions etc and they use a DJ to measure the power before races.
Just do it!!!
It needs fuel, A LOT of it. I maxed out my Id1000s@68 base pressure and 84-85 peak with 2 dw65c pumps
It is Ethonal with MBTE and highly oxygenated. It has to meet class rules, so it has been tested for nitro and passes with flying colors. The previous problem with mixing e and mbte/oxy is it became very unstable and inconsistent. I would know
I only broke 2-3 of my own cars trying it
Not as easy as that, it looks for drum info now.
Like I have always argued, you take the manufacture hp and there own driveline loss and the numbers always come out spot on with a dynojet.
It taste like grapes, but boy does it burn like acid in the eyes
CMR racing, Chris Miller Racing and or FaceBook FTW
Exactly, this is for special events
C85 cant touch this stuff. It barely makes the claimed 4% over pumped e85. The biggest gain is the consistency since it is exactly the same tank after tank.
I will get on it this week. I am playing catch up as it is