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Default 03-16-2016, 07:42 AM

Originally Posted by jturboawd
Was this using dual CM5's or larger? Also, think there is a chance to gather individual cylinder data to ensure proper meth distribution?

From the looks of it the n55 has a little more grunt in the lower rpm's, especially the pure stage 2 dynos that you have as a example, something like 100+whp at 4krpm. I bet the efficiency is up due to higher compression (and I am sure other things).
Dual CM5. We've looked at timing across all cylinders but don't have any method to look at bank to bank fuel trims as its a single bank system.

Boost down low can be cranked up much more if desired.

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