Originally Posted by OLNOLAN
Yep, I'd have to agree. Wished I had the bucks to blow on a dyno test, but generally when the engine is finished I'm tapped. Although I may do a rear wheel dyno tune on an LT1 build up I'm doing, it ain't gonna be anytime soon. Seat of the pants dyno, scare the CA-CA out of you dyno, works for me. Track ET and MPH generally humbles your best guesstimate, at least for me anyway.
I second that cause usually when you see your sheets its not what you expect or hoped for in numbers. So as long as you like how it performs and what its putting out as far as your liking then its all good. As for me as long as I can burn rubber and screech second gear im good