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    COBB Releases BMW FMIC and N55 Downpipe!

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    Good stuff guys would like to do an article but need dynographs...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Good stuff guys would like to do an article but need dynographs...
    I bet you mean graphical charts of dynamometer readings plotting torque vs. rpm.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by maxnix Click here to enlarge
    I bet you mean graphical charts of dynamometer readings plotting torque vs. rpm.
    Um, ya..

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    Cobb uses a very conservatively set up Mustang dynamometer. That aside, they express the relative gains in percentages over the previous tune at their website so the great web believers society does not confuse dynamometer numbers from different installations running different cars with different tires and different fuel blends and different operators in different climates etc. as being absolutely comparable for some unknown reason.

    I believe it is a more honest and relevant approach.

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    Different tires? As long as you show baseline numbers on the same dyno, it is irrelevant that you are using a Mustang (we use the same dyno).

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Thomas@GIAC Click here to enlarge
    Different tires? As long as you show baseline numbers on the same dyno, it is irrelevant that you are using a Mustang (we use the same dyno).
    Yep, different tires with different slippage will give different readings.

    But controlled simultaneous baselines is fundamental to understanding modification results. Why Cobb only quotes percentage differences from baseline instead of absolute numbers because most runs are not well controlled in the experimental design sense. By the way, Cobb also keeps the hood closed because they have a very large blower system on a cart.

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