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      12-13-2012, 08:00 PM   #23
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      12-13-2012, 10:21 PM   #24
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Great numbers!!!!! Congratulations!!!
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Data was updated....thank you Izzy and PG!
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Awesome results.. Wish I could have made it!
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Awesome results.. Wish I could have made it!
Next time....after the 650 upgrade
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So make sure I am reading this correct. You have a 7PSI blower making more HP and AA has a car that is producing 8PSI and less HP? Am I reading this correctly?
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Very nice.

We did the exact same uncorrected dyno number (568) but I needed a blend of 91 and 100 octane (~95) to get to that number without meth.

Curious what octane were you using when you ran the 10.6?
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Very nice.

We did the exact same uncorrected dyno number (568) but I needed a blend of 91 and 100 octane (~95) to get to that number without meth.

Curious what octane were you using when you ran the 10.6?
100/93 mix
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So make sure I am reading this correct. You have a 7PSI blower making more HP and AA has a car that is producing 8PSI and less HP? Am I reading this correctly?
Yes.....hks (aa) vs vortech blower (ess)
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Or Rotrex C38-92 versus Vortech V3 Si Trim. The Vortech flows just a bit more than the Rotrex. As long as IAT are the same, the extra psi does not matter. Looks like the little Rotrex would need more like 2 psi over the Vortech to make the same power as the big Vortech.
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