Originally Posted by Zefy
my motor was crank walking all over the place and somehow put down 165hp and 171ft-lbs on their 'dynojet calibration'...
notice the whacked out crossover point...
Either way, it was fun and at least it was a somewhat reasonable comparison between cars. FRS with catback did 169hp though. Maybe the crank walk makes things better...?
The crossover point is correct. The hp and tq are on different scales. TQ is on the left Y axis and HP is on the right Y axis. At 5252rpm the HP and TQ values are equal. It's impossible to have an incorrect crossover point since the torque value is generated by the HP curve.