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Old 12-26-2017, 10:40 AM   #1
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Just wondering what kind of Cylinder Airmass you guys are seeing/hitting on a typical HCI Z06 in the 600whp range...

Had my car retuned after a header swap and my tuner changed up my tune, for the better. I only picked up about 10whp and 2wtq peak but he was saying that the car was hitting down into the 1.26 g/cyl range and that I saw notice a considerable difference on the street, in the upper rpms. Unfortunately, I never paid too much attention to that table before, so I don't know how much that changed.

I try to watch the changes he makes just to learn a little more about the process.

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Put down 612whp/537wtq, uncorrected. Somewhere North of 630whp/560wtq corrected.
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1.26 is pretty good.... Was it staying around 100 kpa or higher?
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1.26 is pretty good.... Was it staying around 100 kpa or higher?
Unfortunately I didnít pay attention to KPa at the time. Iím running the vararam so Iím assuming it was, at least, 99-100
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Looking at my logs I'm also getting 1.26 average, peaking 1.30 at some rpm points.
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Looking at my logs I'm also getting 1.26 average, peaking 1.30 at some rpm points.
Good to know, thanks!
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