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Old 30 Oct 2010, 12:24 am
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Hi,

I would like to see a graph with torque and hp over rpm's of a PT Cruiser engine (preferably of a 2003 version, 16 valve, in case many different engines where created for the PTCruiser).

Where could I find such a graph? (I've looked at google maps, but most of them are unclear, unreadable, low quality, or don't say of which engine they are).

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Old 30 Oct 2010, 07:29 am
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Default Re: Torque/HP graph?

Try this one form K&N filters. Click on the graph to make it bigger. There was only one 2.4 liter engine made in all (non-turbo) U.S. cruisers. Minor differences throughout the years but shouldn't make any difference in horsepower.

Add 7.17 Horsepower to Non-Turbo Chrysler PT Cruiser with K&N Air Intake Kit
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Old 30 Oct 2010, 04:30 pm
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Default Re: Torque/HP graph?

I've seen a similar graph from this exhaust somewhere else.
The blue line is the stock line, the red one supposedly the improved version of the new exhaust (gaining upto 5hp).

Only below 2200rpm the stock exhaust is better than the replacement exhaust, and I mainly stay below that (usually switch gears between 2200 and 2500).

But thanks for the graph!
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