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    Dyno sheets go here!

    Please attach your dyno sheet to this thread. We will then add your truck to the appropriate list!


    I'll post up first. This is my dyno sheet. Done 02/16/06 by Torrie. It is SAE corrected. 406.56/505.44
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    Do we get a T-Shirt? LOL

    Everytime I see the HP clubs, I always think back to high school when we had the bench press, squat, strong man clubs. We always got a T-shirt for each club we made it to.
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    Maybe I can have some stickers made up at a later date that be bought for cost. Right now i'm just trying to get this up and running so everyones accomplishments can be shared.
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    i've been waiting quite some time for NHTOC to come out with the "club" stickers.
    400/500 club, 500/600 club, 12 second club, 11 second club, etc. i've seen some NLOC decals like that....same as the normal club logo except with a bigger edging around it with whatever "club" thing that was achieved.

    i'd be down for shirts too....big NHTOC logo on the back, and whatever club script on the front chest

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    I feel left out!! .............lol

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    If I get enough positive responses for this i'd be more than happy to try put this together. I'm sure I could get BigD to approve the use of the logo on the shirts. I'm pretty sure I know a company that can put the stickers out. I'll get with BigD when and if we get enough responses.

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    Ola, it is a cleaver ploy to get you guy's to spend more.....
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    Originally posted by Dbl G
    Ola, it is a cleaver ploy to get you guy's to spend more.....
    Muahhahahaha

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    how do you attach 426.71/504.81

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    I know a NLOC guy that has a "12 second club" sticker and it's just white text, real basic. I think that would look better than having 2 oval stickers on your back window.

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    Originally posted by ilaybrk
    how do you attach 426.71/504.81
    but what mods do you have?

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    Originally posted by ilaybrk
    how do you attach 426.71/504.81
    You need to post up a pic of your dyno sheet here with the correction factors and i'll put your name on the appropriate list. Look at my post at the beginning of this thread and duplicate it with your dyno chart. I'll do the rest.

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    Mike sweet numbers you got there.

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    and can we please decide on the NHTOC standard....either SAE or STD...here is why

    This is from a magazine article on "dynojet" dynos.

    SAE j1349 correction:
    29.23 in/hg.
    77 degree temp
    0 percent humidity

    Standard correction:
    29.92 in/hg.
    68 degree temp
    0 percent humidity

    What this all means is that "Standard" will give you 2.6 percent better numbers (very popular for the import crowd). The example the magazine gave was a Vette making 412 (SAE corrected hp). With the Standard correction it made 423. All that you will have to do is multiply your "Standard rwhp" by .974 This should equal SAE (the one everyone uses). Up here in the great white North (Washington) the temps are in the 40-50 degree area, along with 29.9-30 in/hg. So, our numbers are actually corrected down from what it made at the rear. Usually, 96-97 percent of actual posted numbers. If you dyno when it's a hotter temp or higher altitudes the numbers will usually correct up to equal the desired temp, humidity and pressure of the correction factor.


    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3478

    http://www.steelcitystangs.com/forum...read.php?t=763

    http://www.corral.net/forums/printthread.php?t=343785
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    My dyno sheet reads 77.15*F 30.31 in-Hg. Humidity 34% is that std or SAE? NM...Torrie uses SAE..
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