Well guys if you were following my other thread, you know that BAMA wanted me to do some datalogging due to the fact that my rpms hang really high between shifts. Here are some interesting things that I saw along the way. First off, the car has everything stock when it comes to the cooling system. The car averaged from between 185-200 degrees F during my whole hour or more of driving. It only touched 200 degrees after idling for a few minutes in trafffic. It was about a 70 degree day today with pretty low humidity. I would say the average temp was 190 degrees cruising around. That seemed very very cold to me. Second, the car has steeda underdrive pulleys on it. I never saw the charging voltage go below 13.6V or so when driving or at idle. If someone was scared to use these, I say go for it. Third, the car has a JLT true cold air intake. This is the newest version of it and its the one that goes down into the fender. The hottest that the IAT ever read was 78 degrees sitting still. I would say this is probably alot cooler air than any other aftermarket intake available especially those metal versions. I am going to mail them off the files once I log an idle cycle, but I still dont see what could cause this hanging idle/shift RPM crap. Riding around the IAC was saying anywhere from 42-58% but I really dont know how to read these numbers and what they are supposed to be at. Anyhow I just thought this could start a couple conversations. Thanks guys.