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      03-25-2011, 01:50 PM   #37
Sal@Evolve
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Now you all understand how important it is for correction factors to be shown?

Doesn't matter if you go to a 3rd party dyno or not, the correction factors need to be displayed. You can do the simple maths yourselves then.

This has been manually calculated as being a 10% gain through the entire rpm range.

If there has been foul play you need to understand how it's done.

Myself and others have put up dyno cheating guides a long long time ago. No one listened or took note.

I would like to make it very clear............ until you can prove something was changed between the runs, you have 'zero' evidence.

You can change many many things to get a 10% difference.

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