Like the Tea leaf paradox? You think investigating that led to any other insights about crank scrapers and windage trays beyond identifying you as charlatan?Kevin Johnson wrote: ↑Sun Jun 02, 2019 3:35 pmHey, your friends at Chrysler have led you down a garden path. I just looked up the part numbers for the OEM "Baffle, crankshaft oil scraper" for the big cross plane V8 engines, namely the LA and RB. The part numbers are 2531945 (since 1968) and 2863983 (since 1967).ptuomov wrote: ↑Sun Jun 02, 2019 1:48 pmOh so they just designed the tray wrong, so that’s why no gains on a stationary dyno?
What fraction of scraper and windage tray “dyno” gain claims on the internet are outright fabrications? 80%? 95%? 99+%?
This must be a very frustrating industry for an honest person. If it’s not enough to show only a small power loss on stationary dyno and better oil pressure on track to sell the product, all honest operators will be driven out of scraper/windage tray business.
What percentage of what they are telling you is an outright fabrication? Are they good with Photoshop?
You had better investigate this carefully and document it.
Do I understand this correctly that you’re trying to mislead readers to believe that there’s some credible, non-fraudulent dyno result buried in the library archives that will show that this factory part adds to power on a stationary level dyno?