Originally Posted by DESI4life10
Don't look at just the final number.
Can't do much there with an NA engine. Look at the difference in hp and tq throughout the cruve..The difference opens up in the midrange (bulk of where you feel the power)
Totally agree. The difference is in the area under the curve, not really the peak numbers as they're just a snapshot at a certain RPM.
I'd also note that the first 2 runs were done at 59 degrees, whereas the last run was done at 84 degrees and 80% humidity. Even with no tune, we can all feel a difference in performance between those conditions.