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2006 Z06 Dyno Sheet

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Shouldn't the HP curve have peaked later than the TQ?

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It did. The hp curve peaked at 6500rpm and torque at 4800rpm

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It did. The hp curve peaked at  6500rpm and torque at 4800rpm

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that engine still has potential, that was still climbing when the gas was cut....

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My bad I wasn't looking at it closely. I guess I was expecting the peak to be taller and not a broad, although a big flat line like that is awesome. Why did they cut the motor off short of the redline, is this a person's actual car that wasn't broken in?

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the redline is 7000 rpm even.

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That torque curve is pretty damn flat. Looks like the power really starts coming on at about 4500RPM.

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I hope the miles are a typo as well. Hopefully the car was broken in properly. Still nice looking chart, the kind of torque characteristics the imports could only dream of.

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I didn't even notice the mileage. If it really did have 0 miles on it then wouldn't it get better results after being broken in?

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Something smells here, the date at top does not match the date further down.
The 0 mileage, model year, the weight, not a common printout for a mustang dyno, only 11 HP at 50 MPH and the low torque :blink:
Drivetrain loss is only about 11% so the torque in no way would be that low.
Interesting the AFR is not listed either.

The graph lines are also way too smooth, esp above 5,200 RPMs Edited by Team ZR-1

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