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Very good! It's interesting you mention the Shark (archive)

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Posted by Bob ///M3 on September 14, 2000 at 19:30:15:

In Reply to: Torque & Horsepower & Shark Injector posted by DJ Vyb on September 14, 2000 at 16:51:28:

Very good! It's very interesting you mentioned the "Shark Injector" as it related to "this" particular article. You would make a good student!

Wait until you read the article on "Lightened Flywheels" and relate the Shark Injector or rather "enhanced performance software" to that particular article!

If you have been following the many posts about power gains (or the lack of) as seen on dynos after using performance software this article may make some sense as to why it may not be "seen" on the dyno equipment.

Very interesting! Enjoy...

Bob ///M3



Wow, very educational! ALSO, this is probably the reason for the debate of the effectiveness of the Shark Injector. In my novice opinion, it seems that the Shark Injector may not increase HP noticeably, but does in fact increase Torque considerably by allowing more revs?

I posted a while back re. how mine came in and should I go for it. After installation I am very pleased and the major difference is the insane acceleration improvement due to higher RPM's?

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Digging through some old peperwork recently I came across an article discussing "torque" and "horsepower". I want to share it with all of you. I think you will find it interesting reading. It explains quite well how and why torque and horsepower are important as well as when it's important.

I hope you enjoy it!

Bob ///M3

PS - I also have similar imformative articles that cover "Lightened Flywheels" and "Exhaust Theory".






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