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Old 11-11-2011, 01:42 AM   #1
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Default Dyno L92

I ran my AC Cobra replica with a stock L92 engine on dyno.

463ps. Is there something strange with the torque curv? Or is this normal?
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Looks weird to me. I never have seen a torque curve not drop off. I may be wrong, but I think the lines aways cross at like 5200 rpm or somthing like that. Could be since your dyno is in ps.kw instead of hp.
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What is wrong with the curve? That curve is almost an exact replica of my G8s curve with a 109LSA cam in it, even at those rpms. I do admit that the hp and tq should cross around 5200 and that seems odd, but it is metric. 667nm is 492lb/ft and that seems like alot from anything stock, but...
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