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post #11 of 17 Old 04-15-2009, 07:56 AM Thread Starter
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well its high angel cams ..

is there any A/M valve springs?
retainers?
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just wondering...i dunno
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lol

BKmania always does that
they say "high angled cams"
but dont specify any supporting mods?
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lol bkmania does that a lot.

in my opinion until hard specs, facts, and supporting mods come out dyno numbers to me don't mean crap. I know how to operate a dyno and trust me easy to fudge some parameters and make it seem ten times different lol.

ever made a stock K24a show up with 322WHP? lol

so untill specs of parts are listed that dyno print means crap.
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oh and another thing is it deff looks like they played with the numbers. if it was a high angled cam the like a 271 or higher the tourqe curve should have changed... if you look the curves are all the same.
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lol bkmania does that a lot.

in my opinion until hard specs, facts, and supporting mods come out dyno numbers to me don't mean crap. I know how to operate a dyno and trust me easy to fudge some parameters and make it seem ten times different lol.

ever made a stock K24a show up with 322WHP? lol

so untill specs of parts are listed that dyno print means crap.
lol i dont think a k24 can hit 322 N/A
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lol i dont think a k24 can hit 322 N/A
ithat's the point. and it was stock. I was teaching a class on how to use dynos properly and how to set it up. you can easily change altitude, rotational mass speed, load, and a few other settings to produce numbers that aren't true HP ratings. the reason I point this out bc one of the shops that I was teaching there tech builds a few cars for pikes peek runs. now some know the higher in altitude you go the less horsepower you have. when you develope and build a car for that type of racing you can change the altitude settings to see when on the dyno when your hitting that hieght how much HP will be produced to see. so you can easily go in and make more horsepower by setting it for a lower altitude and and change the load percentage on a dyno. the K24a that my old shop put in we made a joke video since people really wanted to know what the kid was running in philly street racing. so we put a joke video of him running the car. now I fudged with the parameters before the video was shot and it actually puts out 213WHP but with the numbers fudged around it looked like 322whp without a drawn graph.

I'm just pointing out that if you look at most cam graphs after a proper tune is done that the dyno graph would have sharper and different spikes. if you look at that graph there are two big problems:
1.) the first run was only done to 6k RPMs where the others were to redline
2.) if you look closely the power graphs the movement of power is exactly the same but at a higher number.

those are just two things that throw me off about that being real. I mean if it is cool. but when people don't list exact mods and the profile information about the parts it throws off a red flag. I've street raced and also professional autocross. I know how that game is played. honestly a lot of people who don't list any info are hiding something; either street races or it's not legit. that's all I'm saying.
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The first dyno runs to about 6800 rpm which is around stock cut off. The after dyno runs to 7500 which is after the rev limit was changed. Looks legit to me.
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