Originally Posted by Mike@N54Tuning.com
Originally Posted by SIKH335
My point simply is don't assume the results will be the same if two cars that ran a mutual car showed specific results. I think we are agreeing on this based in what you have wrote.
But just to be clear Terry ran Wedge two times. And the 2nd time he got a Hugh jump at the start by about 6 cars. I would back away from uour assumption as they did have two runs with similar results despite Terry's jump on run 2
From his post Terry said he turned down the boost to only 18psi on his second run with Wedge and he still walked away easily from the video. Terry makes 520rw at full boost but at 18psi only 475rw. Wedge makes 450rw. So the results make sense. This is the video of that run. Terry doesn't even start until a few cars after the cones as he is waiting for Wedge to catch up.
Now what doesn't make sense to me is that Shiv with 800rw is only 2-3 cars ahead of Longboarder, and that Longboarder beat CaptainInsano with 700rw. Both are two well running manual transmission cars. None of the automatic problems with those? Yet Longboarder lost to the tuned E63 and barely beat the two other RB cars there by maybe 1-2 cars at most. So forgetting about the automatics that make less HP and were having problems even the high HP single turbo cars seemed not much faster than the RB cars making 100-200hp less on the dyno.
Regardless I hope you get the trans problems figured out and I'm looking forward to seeing how single turbo automatics run at the track!
Why would he dial down boost????
Why would he jump the launch????
The correct answer would have been his Trans was shit!!!!!!!!
Either way your missing my point if you saw the videos from the first event where Shivs car was only running 580whp and beat the Ferrari 458 you should know that there were other variable with the two runs you mentioned. I don't even know why you are talking you weren't there and don't have a horse in the race, not to mention your a vendor arguing with a consumer about another vendor.