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    Question OBD-II Dyno

    hi im trying to do a road dyno from the OBDII data. but i dont know how to calculate to create the grap/curv.

    does anyone know how to do it? please dont say use digimoto or something else.

    so what do i need to do that like mph,rpm,weight and gear ratio?

    how can i calulate the torque and horsepower for each saved data?

    / Stefan Vikman, Arvidsjaur - Sweden
    sorry for my bad english XD but i’m going to try my best to do it right xD

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    doesent anyone know how to do that?
    sorry for my bad english XD but i’m going to try my best to do it right xD

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    I have code to figure horsepower from change in MPH and weight, (ignoring wind resistance), I'll be able to grab that tonight and I'll post it here.

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    no code
    sorry for my bad english XD but i’m going to try my best to do it right xD

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