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Inlet air temp is only one part of the equation. Air density also plays a huge role along with humidity and barometric pressure. Bit cooler temps do help.
 

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aegischief said:
Inlet air temp is only one part of the equation. Air density also plays a huge role along with humidity and barometric pressure. Bit cooler temps do help.
Good call lol
 

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Good call lol
Can't forget about altitude above sea level and dew point.

On a N/A mostly stock motor, these things won't make too much a difference. On a boost motor or one that's been highly modified, these things matter and make a difference. That is why professional racers pretty much have a portable weather station with them at the track and "tweak" the car before every run.
 
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