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Old 07-30-2009, 11:34 AM   #11
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Brisk acceleration is the only way to load the motor effectively.... apart from sawing off all but one cylinder, because when it comes down to it the motor is 4 or 5 times too big...
With a manual transmission, you can load it effectively while accelerating slow by shifting early.
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Don't actually like that dip in the HP curve between 1000 and 2000 RPM... unless that's ECU dependant
That dip is either indication of a DynaPack dyno being used or it not being a real dyno. If torque isn't falling off horsepower won't either.

I'd say it's just a DynaPack since the HP and torque curves do actually cross at 5252.
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