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Ok i know this has been discussed before, but i have a question about all the times posted for the gsrs with I/H/E, see these cars claims to be running in the high 14s.....but as we all know without a cat, theres bottleneck effect. SO with all that said, does that mean that a gsr with i/h/c/e should be running signifcantly faster then a gsr with just i/h/e? THANKS guys
 

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It really is going to change from car to car, driver to driver, track coditions, etc

Every engine is going to have different output from the factory. Two engines made one day apart will look different on a dyno graph. When you add modifications into the picture the difference is even greater since all engines respond to modifications differently.

Sorry, but no real way to estimate. Maybe some GSR owners that have I/H/C/E can post their times, but even that will be far from a garuntee that all gsr's with the same modifications will get those times.
 

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yea i understand, with the track, driver and day to day variables. But i am questioning the bottleneck effect and exactly HOW BIG is this effect. If a I/H/E gsr "should" run high 14s with its bottle neck then "shouldnt" a I/H/C/E gsr run SIGNIFICANTLY faster since it has no bottle neck?
 

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"yea i understand, with the track, driver and day to day variables. But i am questioning the bottleneck effect and exactly HOW BIG is this effect. If a I/H/E gsr "should" run high 14s with its bottle neck then "shouldnt" a I/H/C/E gsr run SIGNIFICANTLY faster since it has no bottle neck? "


To explain as easy as posible for you to understand. Yes it should be faster, But we have to go right back to what StyleTEG responded. track conditions, driver, tires whatever. All engines act different to diferent mods sometimes you just cant question the result of something not doing what its "supose" to do.


Example: The fully recarged batery "should" last 30 minutes as said in the manual but only last 25 minutes.
the other one last 33 minutes, and another one does 15 minutes. See where im going?

To fully answer your question yes its should be faster "if" your mods and car is exactly as the car that reported the times or numbers.
 
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