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Introduction to Engine Tuning

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Is the air temperature Prob a sensor? if so, why would that modify, the output power measured by the Dyno?

I completely understand it will measure a hotter temperature, but hence the real amount of oxygen and real temperature still constant why would that modify the power measured on the wheel?

kind Rgards

As I just answered in another thread, I think this article will be useful to you to understand how to "correct" dyno results for standard conditions:

https://www.motortrend.com/how-to/ghtp-1109-fact-and-fiction-of-dyno-correction-real-wheel-horsepower/