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Dude.. wow that graph.. perfectly illustrates.

I had no idea the stock intake dropped like rock after 6100 rpm, guess we need to change our stock shift points. Unless maybe it is in the stock tune (were you tuned stock? .. doubtful by the before).

I don't like the drop in everything below 2800 rpm, but wow on the over that part.

How does it feel off idle in normal driving? That drop is pretty rough.

Still stuck on stock putting out nothing about 6100.. I do wonder if they stopped the test stock at that RPM.. it's like a rock.
It doesnt

https://www.edmunds.com/car-reviews/...no-tested.html


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The graph is screwed up, the RPM's are wrong in one of the two runs; I can't quite decypher which one. You basically need to shift one curve to the left so it lines up at the beginning, or vice vesa.

That's pretty confusing; I did not realize it works that way; I thought the RPM data was engine RPM taken from the RPM lead so you should be able to overlay the two runs correctly. I don't know how you can back-calculate the engine RPM from rear wheel RPM unless you plug in the tire size and gear ratios, and I don't think they do any of that when you do a dyno run. I know for sure they did not ask for any of that information when I had my car dynoed. I've tried to think this math through a few times without success.


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