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Old 08-22-2014, 02:19 PM   #21
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Have a plot WITHOUT the corrected values? Boosted motors make their own atmosphere and largely should be run 'measured'

That said - the delta of the two runs is awesome. Lots of white space between plots.

For others - even with the same model - do not even think about comparing your plots vs this one without the HUGE caviat: This dyno shows what THAT truck did on that particular day, on that particular run, on that particular Dyno. For all we know everybody's truck would show the same numbers that day.
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