Ok, since Todd busted me sortof, I guess I'll just have to settle for the quickest and fastest S1 Bonneville with the most horsepower and torque without Nitrous. No dyno sheet to back it up, but I do have the 60' and 1/4 mile times that don't have a challenger yet. 13'* this year. That'* my goal, and I should hit it fairly comfortably. I have a pretty good idea about my hp numbers by back-calculating 2 totally different things (1/4 mile time and BSFC/injectors). But I have no clue what the torque number is. I believe it'* fair to say that I've added more torque than hp. L67'* seem to respond better to mods in terms of torque better than they do in HP. Todds numbers reflect the same, and if his ratio is correct and true to mine as well.......
.....I'll have to do the math on that. I do know I'm at or around 300 Chp though. And that'* a pretty safe bet for several reasons. This is conjecture, and by no means a claim with any backing as this topic would suggest, but it'* the best I can do for now. I invite opinions if you like. I think that would still be on topic.
Edit, ran some quick numbers. Remember that I'm fairly certain I'm around 300 crank horsepower for several reasons, and all 3 methods calculated using different known variables agree within 2%. Not being on a dyno (ever) I have to guess, but using Todd'* hp/tq gain ratio (since we know both Series respond more in tq, and I personally believe the S1 is even more slanted that way) I think I'm probably around 350 ft/lbs at 3200 rpm peak.
Now you guys see why the S1 falls flat on it'* face at the 1/8 mile?
Factor in our redlines and shift points, and you see why we don't get as much out of each gear out of the nearly identical gear ratio when compared to the S2.