Answers to questions you should have about these tests:
Q. Why wasn’t the M-1, 4BBL essentially any better than the M-1, 2BBL?
A. The test used a stock 2BBL throttle body, heads and cams which held back all the intakes.
Q. Why was your FI-Air Gap so much better?
A. A lot of that has to do with the better injector position which put a better atomized fuel/air mixture into the combustion chamber.
Q. If a 4BBL throttle body had been used would the M-1, 4BBL had more power?
A. Probably not, because this was a stock engine with the teeny-weeny stock cam, stock heads with stock valves and springs.
Comments: Using an M-1, 4BBL intake on a stock engine is a bad decision. The keg intake would give more torque which will help mileage too! Don’t forget Algore, you want to reduce your carbon foot print don’t you?
Q. Why did all tests, other than the keg which quit at about 4300RPM, level out at 5000?
A. This is an example of one part cannot do it all. It is the combination of parts that make the engine the best it can be. If the engine had a good set of heads, bigger cam, compression, headers, and etc… the engine could pull to 6500RPM.
Q. Why did the FI-Air Gap exceed the power and torque of all the other intake combinations?
A. It was designed to do exactly what it does and the SCT tuner program makes it even better.
Q. If the engine is modified, will the FI Air Gap and SCT tuner still be a dominate combination?
A. Yes, but the program in the tuner will need to be designed to work its best with the modified parts.
Now you can lay your own carbon foot prints and Algore can go to.....!