Stock tune Trackhawk runs 10.97 (dragy)

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I've got flash for you math major, it's actually 1/5 of a percent and not "less than one-fourth of 1 percent"...And .20 is 20%...We're not talking blood alcohol...LOOK IT UP and get back to me.

1/5 of a percent IS less than one-fourth of one percent.

You could not be more wrong.

Pot, this is kettle.....


.002 is 2/tenths of 1 %...

Correct. The screenshot says .20%. Not 20%.

.20% = .2%

.2% = 2/tenths of 1%
 

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1/5 of a percent IS less than one-fourth of one percent.



Pot, this is kettle.....




Correct. The screenshot says .20%. Not 20%.

.20% = .2%

.2% = 2/tenths of 1%

Any number with a . (point) in front of it is in a percentile format and is less than 100%...You are wrong and please don't get all nasty about it like the other guy that has a learning disability...Put your own numbers in the conversion table below.

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i'm done talking
 

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Any number with a . (point) in front of it is in a percentile format and is less than 100%...You are wrong and please don't get all nasty about it like the other guy that has a learning disability...Put your own numbers in the conversion table below.

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Are you done fagging up this thread?
 

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@ArabianOak awd and that kind of power is enough to **** up most liter bikes on the streets. The only ones anywhere close would be the V-Max or Diavel.
 

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Any number with a . (point) in front of it is in a percentile format and is less than 100%...You are wrong and please don't get all nasty about it like the other guy that has a learning disability...Put your own numbers in the conversion table below.

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Damn dude...
Yes, 0.2 is 20%.
BUT the dragy pic CLEARLY states 0.20%. That means 2/10’s of 1%. You’re not understanding the % after the 0.2. By your math, 20.0% now equals 2,000%. And who knows how to explain 1.2% by your math. There is literally zero% chance of there being another answer. And your link actually proves you’re wrong, not right.
Math is hard.
 

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Any number with a . (point) in front of it is in a percentile format and is less than 100%...You are wrong and please don't get all nasty about it like the other guy that has a learning disability...Put your own numbers in the conversion table below.

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Here in Colorado we have warnings for 7%+ grade downhill on our mountain passes for semi trucks and people towing loads etc. Are you saying there is a track that that this guy drives at that is like a downhill ski run? I really hope you're not saying that cuz you'd look silly.
 

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Here in Colorado we have warnings for 7%+ grade downhill on our mountain passes for semi trucks and people towing loads etc. Are you saying there is a track that that this guy drives at that is like a downhill ski run? I really hope you're not saying that cuz you'd look silly.

he’s already said a lot of shit that makes him look more than “silly”
 

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Any number with a . (point) in front of it is in a percentile format and is less than 100%...You are wrong and please don't get all nasty about it like the other guy that has a learning disability...Put your own numbers in the conversion table below.

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You fall down a lot don't you?
 

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Ubnz06 is eye roll inducing pretty much every post but he’s slowly turning into one of my favorite posters now. I just hope I don’t turn that retarded when I get 70.
 

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Thread cleaned up. Now knock it off.
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It says to research your tuner...did you see I’m running mine with a stock tune? Should I research Chrysler/dodge/jeep tuners?

Kakaw.
 

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It says to research your tuner...did you see I’m running mine with a stock tune? Should I research Chrysler/dodge/jeep tuners?

Kakaw.
You'd be amazed at some of the things we've seen in stock cals that were clearly not meant to be, or done by accident, or overlooked, etc.
Its easy to assume they should be perfect calibrations, but there's like 20 people involved in each one, multiple approvals required, etc.
Unions + calibration development = less than ideal development in many cases.
 
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