Originally Posted by crummer
So 5 pages deep and we have data to support the fact that, "The probability of the gains mentioned in the OP's post are very unlikely from a mathematical perspective." With that being said, lets see the raw data (in numerical format not jpg) and let the experts figure it out.
There is a simpler way.
Do the tests again in shoot out mode with the correction variables displayed.
Make a print out of each run with variables as displayed by Gintani but this time include the MOST important variable of all..... the inlet temperature reading too.
Dyno Dynamics are very clever. They can catch out of the variables displayed actually belong to the graphs displayed. People have been caught quite badly in the past. Anyone thinking they can just go in and edit with photo editing software..... be aware!! You get caught doing that and it's curtains for you in the public eye.