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      12-11-2012, 07:28 PM   #6
Mike Benvo
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Originally Posted by Munit View Post
typically the amped up throttle response is responsible for 80 percent of the subective feeling of being "faster" for any naturally aspirated tune. Fact is if you ran them side by side, a stock vs. tuned. Each with HFC xpipe. THere would be zero difference in any tests-rolls from 20-100, ,40-100 etc.

The other 20 percent includes 15 placebo and 5 percent from the extra 8whp.
I'm not sure you know fact from fiction.

The throttle response in my software is modified by less than three percent. Sometimes it's not modified at all - it depends on customer request. It's not a placebo effect.

It's a ridiculous statement to say that a properly tuned car will not outperform a stock counterpart with the same modifications. I guess we shouldn't mod our cars since it doesn't do anything.

Based off your threads such as http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=779521 I'm inclined to disregard pretty much everything you say. In other threads you were unable to understand the concept of a baseline dyno. You like to compare apples to oranges. If you have factual evidence to support your baseless conclusions, please do share with us.

Edmbimmer88: OP has test pipes.
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Last edited by Mike Benvo; 12-11-2012 at 09:31 PM.