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Old 10-04-2017, 10:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well here we are in the final stages of the knock detection and safety protocols development. We will be together tomorrow with the engineer on our dyno and our expectations are to complete the sensitivity tuning.this has been a large project that I know is important to everyone and I must admit that my poor engine has been taking a beating as I purposely induce a knock condition while running it on the dyno. It is my intention to do whatever is nessesary to finish this knock detection project while working together with others to create the very best and most reliable system on the market. No mater the stress on my engine during this project.with the help from Jim at dynotech, we have developed a means of hearing knock clearly and is now an integral part of the hurricane dyno test facility. In addition, our engineering team have developed an electronic stand alone knock detection system to clearly see the knock as I induce it on the dyno. With all this effort from us working as a dedicated team,we are just about ready for our knock system release
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Well here we are in the final stages of the knock detection and safety protocols development. We will be together tomorrow with the engineer on our dyno and our expectations are to complete the sensitivity tuning.this has been a large project that I know is important to everyone and I must admit that my poor engine has been taking a beating as I purposely induce a knock condition while running it on the dyno. It is my intention to do whatever is nessesary to finish this knock detection project while working together with others to create the very best and most reliable system on the market. No mater the stress on my engine during this project.with the help from Jim at dynotech, we have developed a means of hearing knock clearly and is now an integral part of the hurricane dyno test facility. In addition, our engineering team have developed an electronic stand alone knock detection system to clearly see the knock as I induce it on the dyno. With all this effort from us working as a dedicated team,we are just about ready for our knock system release
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wow you guys really talk the talk, first you say you have it done then you go on to say you are in the final stages of it,???? which way is it done or not, cant have it both ways then you say it necessary to finish this knock detection project with help from Jim help and you go onto say its the very best and most reliable on the market, what market, some of you guys you talk some real dumb stuff you sell you will talk some real shit, who do you think you are fooling, just call it the way it is. I hope you get it work out because of the need. good lot,
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Old 10-05-2017, 01:07 AM   #3 (permalink)
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wow you guys really talk the talk, first you say you have it done then you go on to say you are in the final stages of it,???? which way is it done or not, cant have it both ways then you say it necessary to finish this knock detection project with help from Jim help and you go onto say its the very best and most reliable on the market, what market, some of you guys you talk some real dumb stuff you sell you will talk some real shit, who do you think you are fooling, just call it the way it is. I hope you get it work out because of the need. good lot,
That's a long run on sentence. As I recall, the post said they had a light and a system. It wasn't totally dialed in yet. Sounds like it will be probably tomorrow. What's the big deal ?

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Well here we are in the final stages of the knock detection and safety protocols development. We will be together tomorrow with the engineer on our dyno and our expectations are to complete the sensitivity tuning.this has been a large project that I know is important to everyone and I must admit that my poor engine has been taking a beating as I purposely induce a knock condition while running it on the dyno. It is my intention to do whatever is nessesary to finish this knock detection project while working together with others to create the very best and most reliable system on the market. No mater the stress on my engine during this project.with the help from Jim at dynotech, we have developed a means of hearing knock clearly and is now an integral part of the hurricane dyno test facility. In addition, our engineering team have developed an electronic stand alone knock detection system to clearly see the knock as I induce it on the dyno. With all this effort from us working as a dedicated team,we are just about ready for our knock system release
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Copper tube into your ear muffs knock system?
As funny as that sounds we have 20 dyno cells in our facility for durability testing on new engine platforms and every cell has that setup in it. Its old school but works.
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As funny as that sounds we have 20 dyno cells in our facility for durability testing on new engine platforms and every cell has that setup in it. Its old school but works.
if I could run some tubing from my engine into my helmet.....
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wow you guys really talk the talk, first you say you have it done then you go on to say you are in the final stages of it,???? which way is it done or not, cant have it both ways then you say it necessary to finish this knock detection project with help from Jim help and you go onto say its the very best and most reliable on the market, what market, some of you guys you talk some real dumb stuff you sell you will talk some real shit, who do you think you are fooling, just call it the way it is. I hope you get it work out because of the need. good lot,
I think you are confusing hurricanes posts with someone elses, who actually HAS done that all along.

and leaving them and hurricane out of this, to their credit, SPEEDWERX was actually the first to market with it fully functional.
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SPEEDWERX showed a code on the dash and that's proof to you? Not seeing any kind of proof there, unplug a sensor and you will get a code showing. Only one that is actually showing any proof so far is Turbo Dynamics.

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SPEEDWERX showed a code on the dash and that's proof to you? Not seeing any kind of proof there, unplug a sensor and you will get a code showing. Only one that is actually showing any proof so far is Turbo Dynamics.

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I think a few people have to get over themselves. Who cares who did it first, just that they are testing it to ensure it works. I believe that all three are doing the necessary work to ensure us as the customer benefits and that is what counts. I say well done and keep up the good work!! Good on ya Dave and the others for your hard work as we all benefit if you should choose to purchase!!

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