Originally Posted by Dave D.
I don't see what everyone's pissing about. The proper TC makes a huge difference at the track. What's not real about this? Of course it would show up on a graph.
The dyno is a tool. A tuning tool. When you throw a variable in the mix you've thrown out the ability to tune. Now you're looking for numbers for bragging rights only. Bragging rights for power never made. Do you understand that the stall is a variable and the driveline is not directly connected to an rpm? It is inaccurate. It can't calculate torque with that variable.
Nobody is arguing that the ET will show improvement. But guess what? ET is never proof of power made.
If he was swapping converters then sure there's a bit of things to look at, but there's no talk of it. The dyno is wrong.
That's all I'm getting at. You can all say otherwise but it's really fanboy leg humping ignorance.