|11-29-2012 08:13 AM|
I dyno'd mine bone stock with the DCT and then with the Injen RAI same day, 30 mins apart...the traditional 20% drivetrain loss is associated with RWD cars that have TC's, d/s's, etc...12% loss is pretty accurate.
|11-05-2012 03:40 PM|
|_RED_||You can always just check the dyno thread to compare and see what peeps have put down.|
|11-05-2012 09:07 AM|
That is why I stated that 12% is not way off the mark.
|11-04-2012 08:11 PM|
Besides, even if we were to assume that they were under-rated by some random number, wouldn't you rather have that than have a car that was over-rated? Imagine spinning the dyno to sub-130hp numbers on an engine rated at 160hp...
At the end of the day, it doesn't matter anyways. You don't drive the engine, you drive the car. I'll take whatever I can get, preferably for as cheap as possible
|11-04-2012 07:59 PM|
|jmiller_1974||Sounds more like your butt dyno needs to be re-calibrated|
|11-04-2012 07:50 PM|
|sleepyboy||There are many variables that come into account altitude, temperature, humidity, and most important the dyno. Each dyno will read different. The consensus is though these easily put down 140hp+ and respond to bolt on's very well.|
|11-04-2012 07:37 PM|
|blank102||And overrated by 12 ft lbs of torque.|
|11-04-2012 08:35 AM|
Seems pretty standard fair. FWD typically has lower drivetrain loss than RWD and with the new DCT transmission, the drivetrain loss is less than a traditional automatic.
The engines are rated 160hp, dynos show 140+
My engine is rated 143hp and dynos show about 120 so.. yeah seems about right on the mark to me.
|11-04-2012 08:27 AM|
You don't necessarily have to believe it, that's your choice. My car put 144hp in OEM configuration. Most all OEM graphs have been showing high 130's/low 140's,
If worse comes to worst, then you can always go and put your car on the dyno
|11-04-2012 07:57 AM|
|mikebontoft||located in Florida... sea level at least. I hate where I live. 5950 feet above sea level. so much power loss.|
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