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  • #31
    Btw. If you want to know our wheel hp, divide our figure by the tcf factor written on our dyno charts. That's the transmission correction factor. Mine is 1.2 therefore if u divide my hp by 1.2 I have about 245whp. That should make things more clear. The auto colts in Singapore have a tcf of 1.25 so u gotta divide their figures by that tcf amount to get their whp.

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    • #32
      Info added to first page.

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      • #33
        Here you go. Night cruising oil/air/water temps. Using Amsoil RD30/Redline wetter water coolant.

        http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/e...CEB4829EA3.jpg
        http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/e...CE9E9ED1E1.jpg

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        • #34
          Originally posted by odysseyesm View Post
          In my sig block - Nulon 15w-50 all the time.
          Was looking at this the other day at Peps.

          Currently using the castrol edge stuff. But nulon seems better value.


          Roku - Only see the Castol edge is 0-40

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          • #35
            15w50 Motul 300v competition.

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            • #36
              Should we take this information into account for a basic reflash or is this mainly for custom high power tuning? Sorry for the noob question lol

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              • #37
                Well it won't blow the engine unless there's so much fuel in there it 'washes' the oil off the cylinder wall. Then it will seize.

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