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Old 02-06-2006, 12:05 AM   #1
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I know that the rated horsepower for the series 2 NA is 200 -205 [email protected] r.p.m.

Torque is rated at [email protected] r.p.m.

Has anyone ever dynoed a stock Series 2 to find out what the wheel horsepower is??

I am thinking the above figures are crank horspower and torque?

Am I correct in my thinking??

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I know that the rated horsepower for the series 2 NA is 200 -205 [email protected] r.p.m.

Torque is rated at [email protected] r.p.m.

Has anyone ever dynoed a stock Series 2 to find out what the wheel horsepower is??

I am thinking the above figures are crank horspower and torque?

Am I correct in my thinking??

Tim
i dynoed 145hp and 193ftlb torqe
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Was that good? Toasted Oats how many miles were on your Bonneville? Would a lesser milage one dyno more? Or is that just a misunderstood thing? Would I have more hp because of my axle? (3.05:1 axle verus your 2.86:1)
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Was that good? Toasted Oats how many miles were on your Bonneville? Would a lesser milage one dyno more? Or is that just a misunderstood thing? Would I have more hp because of my axle? (3.05:1 axle verus your 2.86:1)
you should have roughly the same HP, but the powerband would shift slightly i believe by a few RPMs, but nothing dramatic... i had 70,000 or so on the car when i dynoed it.
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i believe that i car that was in good mechanical condition ( ie 'tuned up' ) might dyno a little higher (although not by anything major) than a less milage car
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