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Old 08-04-2007, 06:15 PM   #20
SubieFiesta
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2002 Subaru WRX
and 2005 Subaru STi

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Originally Posted by SuperSTI View Post
and who wins for best excuse of the year.......AL! YOU ARE OUR WINNER!
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Originally Posted by Dyno Flash View Post
The little waves in the sheet are becuase the smoothing is set to zero = no smoothing

With the smoothing on 5 the line would be flater

in 92 degree air temps every correction - STC, SAE, and DIN all raise the power

When the ambient temps are 60 degress or less the corrections lower the numbers

I try and use the correction or lack of correction that best suits the conditions. At 92 the correction is inflating the power so much that I find it overly corrected and prefer to run the car with no correction - heads up so to speak.

If it were in the 70's no doubt the car would have made more power.

The sheet is what it is and it speaks for itself


Al
I have had my car on a hand full of different dynos. When the correction is applied the car makes less power. Not more. but I can see why you are trying to convince the public other wise. you are good at selling. question: do you believe the stuff that comes out of your own mouth?
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