So far I really like it, I have not really seen any performance gains but it's so small I didn't expect it anyway.Originally posted by Pharoh@Jan 30 2006, 01:58 AM
Nice. How do you like the intake?
You'll enjoy that B&M.
You and me both, I'm leaving for Snowshoe this Friday so I don't see myself having it installed till next week at least. It's killing me though having to look at them in the garage everyday when I come home.
Basically it's a correction factor for the dyno, used to smooth out the reading. Not-so-honorable dyno owners can tweak certain variables to make a product seem like it has more of an improvement (if there even is one) than it will on the street. Especially if it was performed on an inertial dyno... I prefer using a chassis dyno myself. Sure it's harder to load any off-the-street car onto it, but it's a hell of a lot more accurate and there are less variables for you to tweak to show power gains that are really non-existent.Originally posted by Pharoh@Jan 30 2006, 03:04 PM
pardon my ignorance, but what's SAE smoothing?