RVs on dragstrip
The loaded test trailer and truck, a 2012 F-350 with the 6.7-liter diesel, had a combined weight of 19,200 pounds. When tuned for daily towing, the combo crossed the 1⁄8-mile sensor in 13.02 seconds at 53.07 mph. Long-term testing showed improved performance accelerating to highway speed and no trouble maintaining speed on steep grades.
The operator sits in the truck with a remote control for the Dynocom interface. The vehicle is tested three times for each session to ensure the readings are stable and accurate. One test with readings way off the mark would indicate an error or problem with the system.


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