Originally Posted by EAMotorsports
You cant tell that much on a dyno....Track is the best place to figure that out honestly. It does still make the same power on the top RPM levels with more on the bottom. So I would suspect that the band is wider.
I ran mine tonight for the first time (TC, Boosted) and was worried at First as it felt slow and dead, I was geared at 6.14 FDR, which what I normally run my Duo 3 at. So I changed to 5.91 and turned the timing to 20 Deg and was quite impressed.
It felt exactly as EA said above, constant punch out of corners and held good speed on the straight I was extremely happy, although we were running on a smallish track so on a bigger track with long straights I'm not sure how it will go, but I loved the power band out of corners and it didn't fade off.
My Duo 3 probably has a tiny bit more top end, but for stock I prefer this as getting out of corners as fast as you can is imperative.
Motor came off at 60 - 62 Degrees. I am contemplating trying an FDR of 5.7ish