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I was comparing the numbers to Timmins' site, where he needed to go to straight pipes to get a dyno number over 300. But I'm not an expert in this, by a long shot.

The 15% rule is something that everyone knows is wrong, but I think the situation gets worse when you have everyone coming up with their own system. How can you compare anything, at that point?

Of course, rear-wheel numbers are the simplest way, but we'd have to come up with some accepted rear-wheel baselines for the motors in stock form, and work from that.

In any case, it sounds like the motor is putting out great power, with the only scary thing being if the lean condition is actually there.
Old 01-03-2004, 01:27 PM
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