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Old May 21st, 2008, 04:34 PM
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Taking the D-90 to the Dyno

I want to take the defender over to the race shop and throw it on the dyno. Problem is it's 2-wheel dyno. I was hoping to get everyone's opinion if doing a dyno with the front shaft dropped is a good idea for the t-case. I put hundreds of miles on my old Rangie only on rear wheel drive buy I remember driving gently. What do you think?
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Sure, no problem.
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I drove my truck for months with no front shaft...
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Then I guess I will give it a try. What is a 4.6 supposed to do hp and torque wise? Also what's redline? I believe the fuel cut is at 5k but Ive never ever tested that one out..
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That's a great idea, I will try to dyno my 3.9 before and after 4.6/auto conversion
let us know what results you get
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