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Old 01-26-2017, 11:26 AM   #1273
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Originally Posted by playslikepage71 View Post
Not only does it see the high pressure for longer, but it also sees higher pressures.
Yes. I get this.

But would those higher cylinder pressures not result in an increase of the calculated torque (work) that is reported by the dyno?

In other words, isn't this effect accounted for in the dyno graph? When we say that an engine produces X amount of torque at 2000rpm and the same amount of torque at 5000rpm, that it's seeing the same cylinder pressures accounting for all of this?
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