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Hi everyone! My 2016 Charger R/T is finally full bolt-on and I am taking it to get a couple of dyno runs in this week. I want to make sure the process goes smoothly so Im seeking any tips on the process.

I've heard that I might have to pull a fuse or something so that the ABS system doesn't freak out. Of course, I don't know if that applies to this year or if there's also additional things I need to complete.

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Just turn TC and ESC off if you can. Otherwise once they start rolling, the car will freak a bit, and then set codes/warning lights and turn off. (atleast my 2011 did) OF course all lights and stuff cleared after like 40 feet of moving.

Depending on level of Dyno operator, should be fun experience. Guy I went to allowed for over 10 mins between runs. Hooked a wideband up to watch my AFRs and generally was just cool guy overall. I got a lot more service for the money I paid.


Is this a Mustang Dyno or Dyno Jet dyno?

And don't be afraid to post the results up!

On my 145K mile Former GSP Pursuit, I managed 323hp, 348 ft lbs tq at the wheels using a 91 octane Hemifever tune. Was told if I fixed the absolutle shit job exhaust job did on my muffler deelte bends I could possible gain few extra HP.
 

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I would let the engine cool down for an hour or more rather than putting it right on the dyno as soon as you get there. Let the intake manifold and intake cool down
 

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Last time we tried to pull the ABS fuse on my 06 charger and lost all throttle, put it back in and turned off TRAC control manually and it was fine
By any chance, did you use to own a Intrepid, and make intakes for them called J-Intakes?
 

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Hi everyone! Dyno day was a success. Thank you for the tips! I will do another write-up soon here with more detailed car info and results!
 

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I’m looking to get my modded ‘18 R/T dyno’d but not having done it before makes me a little nervous. Plus I have ZERO idea where the closest one is to me.
 

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If you can stand where you can hear it pull, nothing like hearing your car floored in labor.
 
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nothing like hearing your car floored in labor
I cannot wait!!! I love the noise my R/T makes. I dunno how but the tune and intake has really lowered the tone of the exhaust just about to 392 levels and got louder. No need for any exhaust mods, it’s perfect!!

I’m curious what my whp and crank hp will be with those two mods. It feels much more responsive and my rough calculations have me at 0-60 in 4.8 before I put on my 315’s out back.
 
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