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Volume Histogram from TP data

Volume Histogram from TP data

I think most of us who have been involved with PE for a while come to realize that VOLUME is where it’s at. It’s not just the length, or the girth, but volume is what we’re after.
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Here is another statistical graph gleaned from the TP database. This time I look at Volume.

The dataset consists of over 13,400 individual penis measurements from 7750 different individuals. To get the best data out of the set I decided to select only data where a user entered at least two measurements, and to average the first two measurements together and use that as the data point.
So the resulting data shows roughly the “starting size” of TP users. The average from this data should be just a little bigger than the general population as it does include the effects of some PE included in the user’s second measurement, not to mention the self-selection bias and the self-measurement bias inherent in the data.

The attached scatter graph is based on 2320 data points and I think it gives a really good picture of the average penis volume. (plus a small amount of PE) I think we would expect the average in the general population to be slightly below what we measure here.

Average: 13.4 cu. in.
Std Dev: 4.1

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2008 Starting size: 5.25 BPEL, 5.5 girth, vol. 12.7

2009 Plateau reached 6.5 BPEL, 6.0 girth, vol. 18.6

2012 Resumed PE 6.7 BPEL, 6.0 girth, Vol=19.2 Goal: it's all about the volume: Vol. > 20

Very interesting!

The graphs and data you have been posting about have been very motivational to continue and grow bigger, because the TP data appears to be larger then most averages around.

Your scientific and analytical approach to PE reminds me of invisible and his progress log.

I never paid too much attention to the volume number. Clearly I should have! On the one hand it is very motivational to see what my progress has been in terms of volume. But on the other hand I am now looking at my goal of 8.5 X 6.5 in a very different light! I don’t think I will change my goal … But it seems clear that I need to reset my expectations as to how long it will take to get there!


Starting (10 / 2011): 6.50 BPEL, 5.50 MEG

Current: 7.50 BPEL, 6.00 MEG

Goal: 8.50 BPEL 6.50 MEG

So, can one conclude that when the volume increases, the difficulty of further gain increases?


Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.

As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

Going for the magic 8"x6"

There is that— the likelihood of adding an inch to a 14” arm is far greater than to a muscular 24” one

Also, adding girth on top of girth adds ‘less’ meaningful girth percentage wise— a 1/4” on a 3” girth is an 8.33% increase, on a 6” girth it’s less than 4.17%.

That said, despite my own years of body dysmorphia, the personal experience of the difference in heft that going from 6” to 6.25”+ girth [post PE] provides has shown me that there IS a difference.


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Adding a quarter inch of Girth definitely gets more difficult as you grow. Particularly if you think about it from a volume perspective. I am not certain of the math … But I am pretty certain that a quarter inch of girth added to a 6 inch girther represents a larger volume increase than the same girth gain on a 5 inch girther


Starting (10 / 2011): 6.50 BPEL, 5.50 MEG

Current: 7.50 BPEL, 6.00 MEG

Goal: 8.50 BPEL 6.50 MEG

Originally Posted by Printman

But I am pretty certain that a quarter inch of girth added to a 6 inch girther represents a larger volume increase than the same girth gain on a 5 inch girther

Actually, it’s mathematically true that the increase in volume is higher, but not proportionally true (it’d be a less proportional increase with respect to the initial volume)

The problem with being able to decide whether girth and length become more difficult to attain as you grow is that we aren’t 100% sure how this growth occurs in the first place.

If it is simply a matter of cell division as a reaction to stress, then growth should be more evident in a larger unit, more cells dividing equates to more growth, with the suggestion that more force will be necessary to create growth in the larger unit.

But we don’t see that do we?

What we are seeing is a system where, if we add more load, the system resists to the point where no growth occurs at all.

It seems to me that the tissues in the penis act more like scar tissue or callous than muscle.


Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.

As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

Going for the magic 8"x6"

I agree with that, maybe at the beginning ligs, tunica and smooth muscle work together but in the end what mainly and strongly limit are tunica and ligs, ie, collagen.

“Dura lex, sed lex…”

Originally Posted by ircabo

I agree with that, maybe at the beginning ligs, tunica and smooth muscle work together but in the end what mainly and strongly limit are tunica and ligs, ie, collagen.

“Dura lex, sed lex…”

But if it is not difficult to do, collagen yields when applied stress necessary, neither more nor less.

Like always, very reasonable and true, but I shoud recognize that for example for me it is rather difficult to find what the necessary stress is… Even more due to the fact that PE makes your penis stronger and stronger..

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