Originally Posted by Sal@Evolve
Hang on... I just realised it's you... haha... late here!
Basically exactly the same as how I have tuned your car recently!
That's the strategy.
Partial load mapping on a dyno can only be done with one that can hold load (there are various methods). Some dyno jets can do this.
However, for us to go that far we would have never developed the map properly in the first place. We would maybe use it just to get some lambda integrator values or anything related to part throttle fuelling at a certain load point.
HAHAHAHAHA....its all good.
I appreciate the detailed response and it's good for everyone else to see how you fine tune things on the dyno remotely. Thanks to a great integration of technology, it's amazing what can be done remotely.
The partial load you bring up, always kind of perplexed me. I always read about how many tuners prefer to have Mustang Dynos and DynaPacks for their ability to apply constant load. I personally just never really researched or learned much about it.
At any rate, it's nice to know that experienced tuners, like the many on this forum, can tune these cars remotely and rather efficiently!
Keep us posted on some upcoming projects, especially that special S65B40!