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Old 02-23-2011, 01:02 AM   #1
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Default Standardize Dynos and Timesheets section titles?

I was thinking that it should be a rule that you post your specs in the title of the thread. Not necessarily your entire setup, but just the basics. It's hard to search through it for relevant information because few people do.

IE:
"2554 @ 10psi, 2.5" turboback, MS"
"2560 @ 12psi, 3" turboback, Adaptronic"
"Greddy kit @ 6psi, emanage, 2.25" turboback"

Just stuff like that. It would make it much more organized and easier to sift through.
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I concur.
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Not a bad idea.
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Great idea squirtle.
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Some people have way too many "specs" to list in the title and it would become a clusterfuck.


You are on the right path though.
I think we should have a standard format in the original post much like other sites have.
mods, boost level, afr, elevation, type of dyno, etc...
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Some people have way too many "specs" to list in the title and it would become a clusterfuck.


You are on the right path though.
I think we should have a standard format in the original post much like other sites have.
mods, boost level, afr, elevation, type of dyno, etc...
That's why I'm thinking a list of standard information for the title and the rest of the specs and power and such inside.
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Title info:
-Motor/head/compression
-Pump/race/E85
-Turbo
-Boost
-Power/Torque
-Dyno type

'94 1.8, CA91, GT2554R, 13psi, 202whp/194wtq, Dynojet

'99 1.8, CA91, GT2554R, 15psi, 219whp/192wtq, Mustang

'99 8.6:1, 100 octane, GT2871R .86, 14psi, 267whp/245wtq, Superflow

'02 8.6:1 VVT, E85, GT2871R .86, 17psi, 351whp/294wtq, Dynapack
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