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Old 16th September 2014, 01:05 PM   #9 (permalink)
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You'll have improved air flow and obviously more air coming into the engine.

Because around Stage 4 torque is basically capped as a failsafe to prevent damage you won't much improvement in torque because it's capped basically. However the driving along at 2,500rpm and putting your foot down the delivery should be quicker / more responsive you'll hit that cap quicker for example.

Really simple terms, when you push the throttle the 'flaps' open and air flows in, more air = more power = quicker acceleration / response.
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