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.
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.
1989 4Runner: Dual Ultimate (Inchworm front & Marlin 4.70 rear), Marlin Twin Stick, 1200-lb clutch, 4.88 R&P, Aussie Front, Detroit rear, 30-spline Longs, Long hub gears, ARP hub and knuckle studs & 35x12.50 Cooper STT PRO tires. Marlin rear bumper & sliders. FROR front bumper. SAS with Alcan springs & Rancho 9000XL shocks. Budbuilt Bolt-on traction bar. Custom Interior Cage by Those Guys Rod and Customs.
Moab Tested & Rubicon Approved