The Mr. Goodwrench 350 crate engine is rated at 190-250 horsepower. How much do you think it’ll actually make on the dyno? We aim to find out. But putting our 1966 Chevy C20 on the chassis dyno will only tell us the horsepower it’s making at the wheels. We want to know more! Like, how much power is the old air filter costing? How much air density are we losing between the truck’s grille and intake manifold? To calculate this, we’ll need to measure and compare ambient air density to manifold air density. Watch as the guys install the necessary sensors and make a mess along the way.
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INSTRUMENTS USED IN THIS VIDEO
- iDash DataMonster
- 4-Channel Analog Module
- 0-300° F Fluid Temperature Sensor, 3/8 NPT
- 0-275° F Air Temperature Sensor, 3/8 NPT
- High Range Analog Temperature Sensor for EGT or other Temperatures
- 50 PSIA Pressure Sensor, 1/8 NPT, Stainless Steel, 3-PIN
- Pressure Sensor Remote Mount Kit for High-Temperature/Drive Pressure Measurements
- Starter Cable (Connects Banks modules to iDash)