torque

  1. Factory Torque Specs vs. Clayton Overland Lift Torque Specs

    Hi everyone, full disclosure, I'm no mechanical genius. I know enough to do some basic wrenching and follow directions. When working on installing my new Clayton Overland+ lift last night, we got to torquing everything down to factory specs. This is where I noticed a pretty big discrepancy...
  2. 2.0 Torque Curves

    I've was wondering how all the aftermarket baseline dyno curves compare to each other, and found a neat website that lets you convert images into CSV data www.graphreader.com. So with some work, I've collected some baseline 2.0 dyno charts and plotted them out together. Some observations...
  3. GME 2.0 Dyno comparison

    Thought this was interesting, especially below 2500 RPM. The Alfa has roughly double the torque at 1000 RPM? CSV files are attached. *edit: THESE CURVES HAVE BEEN ESTIMATED BY SOME UNKNOWN SOFTWARE USING UNKNOWN DATA.
  4. Calculator: gear ratio, tire size, speed, etc.

    Here's a spreadsheet I built to calculate gear ratio, tire size, speed, etc. The yellow colored cells are how to control the inputs (either drop-down or number fillable), all other cells are un-editable. Update: Added a new tab to easily compare differential ratios in top gear. Also some...
  5. Lost torque and responsiveness..

    I hit 5000kms and went to the dealership for my first oil change (synthetic). They also disconnected the battery to change the steering wheel (another story for another day) and said they had to reset everything. Now my Jeep feels completely different. There's barely any torque response when...



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