[200q20v] RE: Lifting Stains... and Gains
randrews at sbcglobal.net
Mon Jan 28 12:39:14 EST 2002
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Well if his car REALLY does make those #s, PLEASE put me in contact with
him. I would love to see what else he has done to the car. He must have
changed the bottom end to raise boost pressure. That is the only thing I
can figure out...
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Subject: Re: Lifting Stains... and Gains
I only saw the dyno sheet, not the car, the owner, or the kit. Right now,
for Chicagoland, that's the benchmark (it actually calculates out at more
than 420hp at the crank). So far, I've gotten 301 in an S car.
I have a bunch of questions for the guy too (mainly at what boost
pressure), but that's one impressive set of numbers.
Sorry I can't be of more help right now. I'm sure I'll find him, or see
his tailights someday.
In a message dated 1/28/02 12:22:09 PM Central Standard Time,
randrews at sbcglobal.net writes:
What the ....??!!?? 338hp at the wheels??? What else did this guy do.
kit only makes 295 at the crank. To get 340hp at the wheels, the car must
have been making around 375-400hp at the crank. There is no way the stock
PES kit (and stock engine for that fact) could be doing that.
Someone's data somewhere has to be flawed
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