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Dyno'd the car tonight after getting a much better tune from Don @ MM, A/F was 12.9 down to 11.8 @ 6400rpm(no graph), stock TB, injectors, manifold on 92 pump gas and hot as hell. The red was my last dyno with the Eaton(2.80): I can live with these numbers.....
 

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Nice setup for 14.8 Lbs boost..
congrats..
 

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Thanks Jimmy. By the way, Happy Birthday!!!
 

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with 15# i was 542 / 505 ... do you have any headers?
17# yielded 549 / 535 ... i wonder what's holding me back?

i do like how the lines diverge though :D
 

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Coleman, no Headers. Stock manifolds with JDM O/R X-pipe and Borla Stingers.
 

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I thought you were talking about me, my name is Don. Oh well.
 

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Thank you too Solid...
 

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Great numbers. I am glad you got your new chip. It seems to work great. I bet you have a problem hooking up. I am at 460 RWT and I have a problem.

Jim or 03Snake
Do you know why when the KBs are installed the torque numbers do not equal the HP numbers? With the Eaton most of the time the RWT numbers are higher than the HP numbers. I am sure there is a logical explanation but I am new to the SC game.
 

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list your whole set up for us. are you using the bap and stock injectors along with kb's chip tuned by don or don's chip?
 

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Night Enforcer said:
Great numbers. I am glad you got your new chip. It seems to work great. I bet you have a problem hooking up. I am at 460 RWT and I have a problem.

Jim or 03Snake
Do you know why when the KBs are installed the torque numbers do not equal the HP numbers? With the Eaton most of the time the RWT numbers are higher than the HP numbers. I am sure there is a logical explanation but I am new to the SC game.
Because the Eaton's fall on their face at higher RPM, they can't maintain the torque curve long enough to make the HP number higher.

HP is just (RPM x T)/5252. With a screw blower the Torque curve does not drop as fast as RPM's increase. This causes higher HP numbers relative to Torque, which is a good thing.
 
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