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      03-03-2010, 06:19 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by xchosun1x View Post
i'm staying tuned for this one!

thanks for taking the initiative on this...i would love to see a unbiased dyno test on this charge pipe...

also, please inform us of dyno type, ambient temp, elevation etc...just so all the factors are accounted for
I've never dyno'd before, just had an opportunity pop up between me and a couple other BMW enthusiasts for tomorrow, so if anyone else has any other hints like this, I'm all ears. I believe that VF-Engineering uses a Dynojet though.

Edit: Looks like this whole dyno thing is already a maybe. Too many cars that want to dyno, and too little time.
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