Yeah the dyno is easier. With our cars though I feel that we may be even better to just set on the dyno and have it set to normal resistance and just go from low rpm all the way up till it fades at every throttle position in a run since we cant rtt. Holding in a single cell is easy on a dyno, but it really only does you any good if you can rtt.
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