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Evora 400 Tune Dyno Results

We now have a flash for the Evora 400 that makes more power and delivers better gas mileage. Here is a preview of the dyno. More details coming later this week...and we have a Decat for the third cat.
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Is there a known reason for that torque dip from 2700-3400 rpms? I wonder if the deletion of the 3rd cat will smooth that out. Also, why doesn't the dyno run continue all the way to redline instead of stopping at 6400-6500 rpms? Is this just a difference in the dyno reading and the car?
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Is there a known reason for that torque dip from 2700-3400 rpms? I wonder if the deletion of the 3rd cat will smooth that out. Also, why doesn't the dyno run continue all the way to redline instead of stopping at 6400-6500 rpms? Is this just a difference in the dyno reading and the car?
My calibrator thinks the dyno load brake is causing the dip in the line. He thinks it is the nature of this dyno.
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Another benefit of this tune appears to be better gas mileage and longer range.

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