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Old 09-14-2012, 06:02 AM   #1
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Has anyone dyno in middle of winter?

My buddy says he get around extra30hp in winter.

Please show the proof ñ

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Old 09-14-2012, 08:39 AM   #2
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He may possibly it is true that cold air adds hp and maybe he may push that do to weather conditions being somewhat ideal. I.e. keeping motor cool and temps low and air intake temp nice and chill. Personally no such thing as winter here in miami lol so wouldnt be able to help prove this claim
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Your proof is in the way air responds to temperature. Air molecules are tighter in colder conditions bringing dense air into the engine, ecu recognizes the air is denser pushing more fuel to compensate for the added air, higher content of air and fuel will cause a more efficient burn in the cylinder netting more horsepower. In the winter time you will also notice ur gas mileage won't be as good either because of the same concept.
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