I thought we was talking real tuning wiff all the right stuffs...
It's all about the Whiff. The best gas mileage. The smoothest ride. That is part of the tuning process, no? You HAVE it right. 14.1 and 14.2 are racing numbers. If I'm not mistaken, NASCAR usually runs in that range, or at one time; carb wise. So if you think about it, I don't thing the 1atmo has changed, do you? Wink-Wink!
See, if we hit backup, we hit a lag, we hit too rich, if not, the ignition kicks in. Watch the tone wheel tooth and the black round magnet> land at each shift. We lose the linear under backup. Look at Brock'slugger. He messed with the lag plates and lost top end torque = 4 HP.
I don't care how you see it, the dyno said the mod lost hp with a lag plate, or a wire hack with 6th gear stuck in that shift window. That technically limps, cough-cough, 'so as not to damage the engine'
means ignition curve along with fuel as well.
So yes, we are killing two birds with one wire snip and it's all about tuning. We need to make sure we do not enter that zone in the tuning of it. Those are seat of the pants tonesquirtsettings. I don't know how else to describe it?
All I know was being on pch and this MB was in a sporting mode. Here, I'm trying my best to catch up, and this puppy lagged until I tried grabbing as many of the hacks that were in mode off: Until I was left with one hanging. Then I could hang and read where his taillights were made. I'm sort of close to the guy now, and I see a few passengers in the back going for a ride too.
Wore his ass out just hanging with him now. It showed me I was too limpedick in the tone of it. The bike perked up with each one resetting back to reading off its own sensor. So you figure that if listening to Mule2's limp mode, it was running under that whoosh sound, where I had nothing coming out of the corners.
When you hear the difference in the non-limp, meaning, that 'analog tone' I reference to, I have to believe that the HP lost up top is still sort of a linear coming at you: are the 4 extra ponies. Because it sure felt like less of a demand on exit. It felt a lot stronger without [more throttle input meaning] or it goes nowhere [under backup] mode.
GethengineeRing of it? Something like running Ivan's gear position, removing plates like Brock did, are two tuning steps you want to avoid. I mean, that's my opinion as Brock himself explains it "all day long" another way. Make sense we were tuning the bike all the time with the handcuffersniffer kind of bike we own today?
Forking Computer Bikes!
Especially the fast Green 1's