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Re: Gnarly4X's 22RE Rebuild
« Reply #990 on: Nov 12, 2017, 08:19:45 AM »
With the 22R/RE it's all about tweaking the "tune".  If you want to, you can play with ignition timing a little and fuel octane and get a butt-dyno feel.

Gnarls.

There is some value in a butt dyno, but placebo is also a strong force.  When I had my 2000 SS Camaro it was fast. I test drove one of the supercharged Mustangs and it had some a smooth power curve that it didnít feel as fast as my Camaro but was proven to be superior.  The Mustang held a constant rate of acceleration while my Camaro increased the rate of acceleration all the way to the fuel cutoff.  The butt dyno was wrong in this case.
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