Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Navarre, Florida
I understand where you're coming from. Having been down the road of dumping thousands of dollars into a car and still yearning for more, I think this time around I may just focus on refinement and aesthetics.
Back on point, though - the dyno tests that were performed on these throttle bodies are nice but, as much as I hate to say it, the real test is at the track. Which I'm sure no one likes hearing that anymore since it sounds so cliche. A dyno operator can get a car to run back to back and have different numbers. The throttle body itself could be slightly altering the air/fuel ratio, the car could have cooled down a bit between runs, etc.
Whatever the case may be, if people are satisfied with their purchase, then what does it matter, right?
2014 Camaro 6.2L LS3 SS/RS, Hurst Short Throw, NPP Dual Mode Exhaust (Fuse Pulled) - Previous Cars: 1994 Mustang, 1997 WRX (in Japan), 1998 Mustang, 2002 A6 V8 Quattro, 2003 Mustang, 2012 Mustang