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I'm wondering why you feel a power loss in 3rd and fourth. Could it be it's just different gearing/gear ratios?


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Have you data logged at the track yet? It's possible that the ecu is pulling timing in 3rd and 4th. The more load there is on an engine the more likely it is to knock. So it could be real world conditions that induce knock at the track. First and second gears don't load the engine nearly as much as 3rd and 4th.


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I'm wondering why you feel a power loss in 3rd and fourth. Could it be it's just different gearing/gear ratios?
When we calculated it, it was equal to 3.73 with the MT82. I had a doubt it was the tune and I was correct. When I went with AED drag tune everything changed. the car is more aggresive and you can feel the power on all gears. went 11.8 on a hot humid day and I am sure I would have had better numbers in a good day. 11.8 is a great number knowing I have stock Exhaust, IM and stock CAI. Can't wait to put the Headers, CJ IM and CAI and see what the numbers would get at the track

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Have you data logged at the track yet? It's possible that the ecu is pulling timing in 3rd and 4th. The more load there is on an engine the more likely it is to knock. So it could be real world conditions that induce knock at the track. First and second gears don't load the engine nearly as much as 3rd and 4th.
No I didnt to be honest, I was so frustrated with the numbers I didn't do anything and was so angry. but thank God I went with AED and now i am very pleased with the Numbers. Can't wait for the next Mods. My target is to get low 11s if not 11 flat ^^, it's hard but it's doable but we will see
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