Mike Laws wrote:Anyone up for a little fun?
Excelleration has a HUGE dyno test coming up later this week using one of their inertia engine dyno's. The name of the company that is bringing engine(s) and the series they race in is confidential; however it is OK for me to reveal the type of data that this company is most interested in analyzing.
I cannot reveal the actual numbers - only the type of data. ie: Torque, HP, RPM/Sec, fuel flow, bsfc, A/F, cylinder pressures, etc. It is this type of data that you should predict will be the most interesting to this company. Please provide your predictions before this Thursday, Jan. 10 @ 3PM. After the test has concluded; I will post the type of data in the order of importance to this company.
Here are a few details to help formulate your guesses.
American made V8
Less than 500 C.I.
Testing under 10,000 RPM
The winner gets to be called --- the winner!
RayJE Carburetors wrote:id say ....fastest accelleration rate rpm/s
SStrokerAce wrote:RayJE Carburetors wrote:id say ....fastest accelleration rate rpm/s
I'm with you on that one.
I'm not really sure what the question is asking here though, seems to be worded oddly.
OldSStroker wrote:My highest priority would be time to accelerate from one given rpm to another.