How much effect would a slipping clutch (pressure plates) have on dyno for NA XR6?
I was just wondering if having had buggered pressure plates in my BA NA XR6 would have affected its dyno results? I realise it loses a fair bit of power at the rears on the road (I know this for a fact, especially the last week) but does this translate to dyno results? Basically I am curious as to whether my current dyno results (with slipping clutch) are accurate or should I get it dynoed again after the clutch is fixed?
I mean, it's not like I have a heap of power in the NA to start with, so finding a bit more would be nice!
2003 BA NA XR6, Silhouette, manual, sunroof, premium audio, alarm, window tint, scuff plates, Navman (in TIMEOUT (tm))
JMM DEV3 BA kit
2.5 inch cat
2.5 inch exhaust
Air intake conversion/pod
14.80 @ 95.33 mph
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