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Old 08-22-2013, 10:20 PM   #1
Drives: 2010 SS/RS 6 Spd Manual IOM
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Shift Points

There's a lot of drag racers on this forum and I'm a novice at best. I would like to know what you guys think about shift points from the dyno sheet I have. The reason I'm asking is because my torque drops pretty quickly past 5000 rpms and by the dyno sheet it looks like I should be shifting around 6300 rpms which is 300 past peak on the dyno. As I said I'm a novice and I've looked up torque vs hp and from everything I've read it is advisable to shift 300 to 400 past peak hp. Any advice you guys have is welcome and thank you ahead of time.
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