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Old 11-20-2003, 10:56 PM   #36
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take pics Corey, then show them your not THAT old
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Old 11-21-2003, 10:04 AM   #37
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112RWHP stock was on a brand new BMW certified Dynojet.
Damn, that's painful! Glad you don't have clogged cats anymore though!
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Corey, just for kicks and giggles, how is your compression on your engine?
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hahaha it's alright, i'm senile too most of the times. the tq line should be more flat and the hp should curve. mind posting the dynograph anyways just to look at?
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112RWHP stock was on a brand new BMW certified Dynojet.
Damn, that's painful! Glad you don't have clogged cats anymore though!
Wow thanks Mikael
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Old 11-21-2003, 02:30 PM   #41
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hahaha it's alright, i'm senile too most of the times. the tq line should be more flat and the hp should curve. mind posting the dynograph anyways just to look at?
Well here you go the best I could do is a pic of the sheet taken by Krazypony

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wow...what a whacky torque curve.
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I am sure it is the cam. It does not get really going until the rpms are up there
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the torque curve matches mine perfectly, though I DO hate when dyno places use different numbers for the lines that represent HP and TQ.
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'Sup BLK!

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Hey Corey, how much was the tune and dyno pulls at Team when you were here?
Do you know of any other places in the Atlanta area that do dynos all the time? prices?
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Hey Corey, how much was the tune and dyno pulls at Team when you were here?
Do you know of any other places in the Atlanta area that do dynos all the time? prices?
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The tune was free compliments of Pete at Fordchip. We had been trying to get my tune rigth for months. Team Ford charged $ 100 for the use of the dyno. I am not sure where else to go in Atlanta
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