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Re: Prove it? Jim C's response....Re: Prove it! n/ (archive)

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Posted by Sean on June 19, 2000 at 17:39:06:

In Reply to: Prove it? Jim C's response....Re: Prove it! n/t posted by ChewToy on June 19, 2000 at 17:29:28:

BPG's dyno has NOTHING wrong with it. The test was done fairly...totally objective. BPG (when they were open) sold JIM C Kits NOT ECIS. Matt did this thinking the JC would be noticably better and was very surprised. There is very that can be gained from an ITG vs a K&N. If two intakes are shielded and have proper piping before the HFM, you are not going to see big differences. I wish the Dinan CAI was thrown in there as would have quelled this ridiculous debate over a dyno suddenly not working properly.

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.: Jim C responded to another post about ECIS vs Jim C's euro HFM system. Hope he doesn't mind that I repost.

: In Reply to: ECIS DEFINITELY!!!! posted by YO on June 14, 2000 at 17:52:56:

: " (posted from: (
: Hey *****mz3.. do you have alternate identities or
: just a split personality.. LOL.
: As far as the BPG "test".. what they posted was
: NOT the true result. Of course, if the clue
: that the JimC Intake had 4-5 more lb/ft of torque
: but somehow lost in HP wasn't a clue.. then maybe
: it's time to drive a Taurus. What happened is
: that intentionally or accidentally, the temp
: sensor was fudged with to skew the correction
: factors. I have the ACTUAL DYNO RUNS and anyone
: who'd like to see them can.. just ask, and I
: shall EMAIL them to you :) "

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