Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by pissedoffsol, Aug 10, 2004.
lol gotta love the spike
haha yea, I'm sure the tires don't break loose when you all of a sudden are putting down 1000 ft/lbs from 400. lol.
looks more like a jump from approx 300 ft/lbs to 1000 ft/lbs
i am assuming this is nirtous? but no correlation to hp...?
i'm guessing my nitrous assumption is incorrect so please explain...
could be any number of things...
boost spike, dyno reading error, a huge backfire that mad stupid power for a plit second... lol
the a/f indicates that it leaned out to holy hell.
he's lucky he didn't pop it on the dyno.
i'd put money on a drop in fuel pressure, a horrible map whth a nasty hole, or a crazy boost spike (unlikely)
lol, look at that sweet A/F ratio when it hit.
I know. I think it's an understatement to say he "ran out of fuel" lol.
almost looks like he hit a fuel cut-off/govenor?
I get a big red X
i cant see it
its hosted on we-todd. of course its going to be down every other view. lol
I was going to say the red X users must be using Mozilla. And, Chris, that pic is fuggin' great!
wtf.... I wonder what that must feel like on the street
correct me if im wrong but past 5252rpm hp is always higher than torque, but on the graph torque is higher than hp. And the spike happened after 5252rpm so why wasnt the hp higher than the tq.
not true. that is just where they cross.
but, how can you tell? there's no rpm chart anywhere... its in MPH
Since hp and tq are on the same scale on this graph then the x-over point must be at 5252.
hp has to always be above the tq after that rpm because of the formula
all i see is "thanks for stealing out bandwidth" but i can't even click on it. whatever
maybe hes got some new prototype fast and the furious series camshafts, and the vtec hit. lol.
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