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Old 10-04-2008, 11:21 PM   #19
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I don't even know where the peak torque is actually. It's probably fairly low, it makes enough tourque down low to spin the tires pretty well. But I'd say it's 15-16 degrees there.

Keep in mind the tracks in my area are close to sea level. If you at high altitude it will be a lot slower.

Originally Posted by DSM_Outback View Post
That's impressive.
I'm on a 2.0L with a small 16G pushing 24 psi, header, 850cc squirters, E85, 3" turboback, walbro and I'm about a second and 8 mph slower than you in a car that weighs 2960 with me in it.
Would you say timing of 13* @ peak torque ramping to 22* up high?
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