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Does this look LOW to you ?

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    Exclamation Does this look LOW to you ?

    I just got back from the DynoJet in huntsville with a tune by scott (gomer) I have the mods in my sig (stock tb,no free mods) what do you think of the numbers? I thought they were low and the torque to :-( ...DO they look normal for a 100k , 3400 stall car, stock suspension?

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    might just be me but i don't see your sig...

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    Running pretty rich there arent you?

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    As the torque and RWHP do not intersect at 4800RPM I would challenge the calibration of that dynojet also....

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    TQ and HP appear to intersect at 5,250 rpms on that dyno sheet, which is normal. As far as the A/F ratio,,,,it appears to be around 13:1 for most of the run and fattens slightly to about 12.7 or 12.8 from roughly 4,500 rpms to 5,200 rpms. Thats not bad at all. Most engines make best power in that range and it's a safe range to be in as well, especially on a pump gas street car where pump gas isn't the best quality anyway, it's always safer to be just a little rich, but what you have there isn't too much in my opinion, and it's right in the rpm range where your peak torque is accuring,,,,nothing wrong with that.
    Appears to lean back out to 13:1 in the upper range. Good for HP and about as lean as you want to be at full boogy.

    So what is the problem here? You ask if the numbers are low? As compared to what? Too many variables here to make comparisons. Dyno's are only good when they are used as a tuning tool and nothing more. Use it to make your car better and stay with the same dyno and same dyno operator to keep other variables out of the equation.

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