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A customer sent me this after we installed a PCV, Lloyds Air filter and our Thunder Monster Exhaust Mod. So figured I would share.

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It is on a 2011 Cross Country.

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Very nice!

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That's about as perfect a dyno chart as I've seen.

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I thought the cross between HP and Torque was supposed to be somewhere close to 5200 rpms???

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Looks like the graphs are different scales overlaid to show both charts on one page.
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Yup, they do cross at 5250, when using the same scales. Not sure why anyone would want different scales on a dyno graph..... maybe you can ask your customer to sync his scaling setting in the Winpep software and send it to you again?

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Not sure if using diff scales or not. But seems like all the gains are at low to mid ranges. Which is your mostly used area is it not?

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