6.7L Cummins test truck on dyno

Mishimoto 2010–2012 Dodge 6.7L Cummins Intercooler, Part 4: Prototype Intercooler Testing

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Mishimoto Dodge 6.7L Cummins Intercooler

Time to see how efficient our cooler design is! We would be pulling our test truck onto our Dynojet to collect the data needed to evaluate the intercooler fully. Check out the conditions of our testing procedure below!

Testing Conditions

Vehicle: 2010 Dodge Ram 6.7L Cummins, Automatic Transmission, Performance Air Intake, Exhaust Modifications, Tune

Ambient Temperature: 70°F–76°F

Sensors: PLX Devices with Temperature sensors on both the intercooler inlet and outlet

Process: 6thgear pulls from 1,800 rpm to 3,200 rpm, with 4-minute breaks between each pull

Variable: Intercoolers were swapped on the dyno to ensure conditions were identical between the pulls.

Check out a few shots of this truck on the dyno!

6.7L Cummins test truck on dyno
6.7L Cummins test truck on dyno
6.7L Cummins test truck on dyno
6.7L Cummins test truck on dyno

The wiring harness you see coming from the engine bay connects to our temperature sensors. Check out a few shots of our data collection equipment!

6.7L Cummins test truck with temperature sensors
6.7L Cummins test truck with temperature sensors
Temperature sensors installed in intercooler boot
Temperature sensors installed in intercooler boot

Once we had everything set up, we made several pulls with each intercooler. Check out the video captured during our testing!

Check back next time for the results from our testing!

Thanks for reading!

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Mishimoto Dodge 6.7L Cummins Intercooler

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