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Thu Nov 20 11:46:45 EST 2003

general, production automobile engines that have a broad torque band will
produce about 0.9 to 1.1 ft-lbs per cubic inch. Highly tuned production
engines, such as the Honda S2000 or the Ferrari F50 are in the range of 1.1
to 1.3 ft-lbs per cubic inch. Highly tuned race engines such as NASCAR, IRL
and Formula One are often in the range of 1.3 to 1.5 ft-lbs per cubic
inch...."  Ain't boost (&/or rpm) wonderful


~-----Original Message-----
~From: Joseph Pizzimenti [mailto:pizzoman at]
~I'm just wondering what the NCFS numbers are for der
~Happervagen wrt 25% TCS (Mancewars notwithstanding,
~that was before my time here and I can only imagine
~the TorsenBoy (tm) whine) and NO SAE correction,
~Joe "a serious post for once?  Getthefuggouddahea!"

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