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EcuTek dyno graph from logs

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KrieGTR

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I went and logged a run after adding a few additional bolt on's to make sure things were in the safe zone still. 

 

I saw the column (Torque Actual (Nm)) and decided to mess around with Excel and some value's.

 

For the record, I have no clue how the (Torque Actual (Nm)) is calculated and what it's there for but I thought it turned out pretty cool. 

 

I'm FBO except running stock Catback, stock pumps.

 

First one is High Boost, second one is Low Boost.

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Edited by Bigplansnocar, 31 March 2014 - 03:08 AM.

09' SS GTR BPU





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