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dynoed the ss for the first time saturday!!!!!!!

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    dynoed the ss for the first time saturday!!!!!!!

    this was the first time that i have ever dynod the ss and i was fairly impressed here are the numbers

    325 hp at like 5300 rpm
    337 torque at 5600 rpm

    there not super high numbers but for just having the exhaust i think i did alright what do you all think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WICKEDLS1 View Post
    this was the first time that i have ever dynod the ss and i was fairly impressed here are the numbers

    325 hp at like 5300 rpm
    337 torque at 5600 rpm

    there not super high numbers but for just having the exhaust i think i did alright what do you all think?
    Those are really good numbers considering the car was rated at 325 Flywheel from the factory.

    It just further proves how underrated they were/are.

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    Just using 15% drive line loss I come up with 373.75 FWHP and 387.55 FWTQ
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    damn thats pretty good i need to go have it fully dyno tuned and put a lid on it and that will hopefuly put me up to 350 hp at the wheels but thats what the guys at the shop said was that it was really good for the minor stuff thats done to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by WICKEDLS1 View Post
    this was the first time that i have ever dynod the ss and i was fairly impressed here are the numbers

    325 hp at like 5300 rpm
    337 torque at 5600 rpm

    there not super high numbers but for just having the exhaust i think i did alright what do you all think?
    Wow man! Thats great. Have you run it at the track?

    I want to have my car dyno'd at some point. My 2000 Z28 has the SLP intake, K&N filter, smooth bellow, headers, high flow cats, and a cat back exhaust. If I had those numbers with the mods my car has I would be happy......lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by transamtom View Post
    Just using 15% drive line loss I come up with 373.75 FWHP and 387.55 FWTQ
    Sorry but your math is incorrect.

    You are taking 325 *1.25. You should really take your 325, divide by 85, then multiply by 100. Because you are using 85% of the 100%. Not 100% of the 115%. Actually you are in the low 380s crank hp. Better than what you thought.

    You have to think of it this way. The flywheel HP is the 100%. You are operating at a 15% loss.....thus 100%-15%=85%. So your 325 is 85% of your crank HP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLS_Addict View Post
    Sorry but your math is incorrect.

    You are taking 325 *1.25. You should really take your 325, divide by 85, then multiply by 100. Because you are using 85% of the 100%. Not 100% of the 115%. Actually you are in the low 380s crank hp. Better than what you thought.

    You have to think of it this way. The flywheel HP is the 100%. You are operating at a 15% loss.....thus 100%-15%=85%. So your 325 is 85% of your crank HP.
    I multiplied 325x115=373.75 100%=325hp 15% = driveline loss

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLS_Addict View Post
    Wow man! Thats great. Have you run it at the track?

    I want to have my car dyno'd at some point. My 2000 Z28 has the SLP intake, K&N filter, smooth bellow, headers, high flow cats, and a cat back exhaust. If I had those numbers with the mods my car has I would be happy......lol
    thanks man and not yet im hoping to get a few runs in this weekend once the buick vs. ford shootout is over im hoping for mid 13's at least but thats definately good numbers wise for 80000 miles on the clock

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLS_Addict View Post
    Sorry but your math is incorrect.

    You are taking 325 *1.25. You should really take your 325, divide by 85, then multiply by 100. Because you are using 85% of the 100%. Not 100% of the 115%. Actually you are in the low 380s crank hp. Better than what you thought.

    You have to think of it this way. The flywheel HP is the 100%. You are operating at a 15% loss.....thus 100%-15%=85%. So your 325 is 85% of your crank HP.
    so that means at the fly wheel its

    382 hp & 396 torque?

    correct me if im wrong
    Last edited by WICKEDLS1; 10-11-2010 at 06:04 PM. Reason: bad math lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by WICKEDLS1 View Post
    so that means at the fly wheel its

    382 hp & 396 torque?

    correct me if im wrong
    Thats how I would do it. The other way you are saying your engine makes 115% at the fly wheel. 85/100 = 85% 100/115 = 87%

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    nice numbers.....only gets better from here......

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    Quote Originally Posted by 30YRMUSL View Post
    nice numbers.....only gets better from here......
    for sure im thinking about a sts system when i get the money saved up

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    Quote Originally Posted by WICKEDLS1 View Post
    so that means at the fly wheel its

    382 hp & 396 torque?

    correct me if im wrong
    Yes. TLS_Addict is right.

    Where
    X = FWHP
    Y = RWHP

    and assuming 15% loss, then
    X - .15X = Y

    X - .15X = 325
    .85X = 325
    X = 325/.85

    So yes X = approx 382 HP.

    And yes, that sounds pretty darn good to me for just exhaust! You can hit the 400 FWHP club with very little effort...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmalgar View Post
    Yes. TLS_Addict is right.

    Where
    X = FWHP
    Y = RWHP

    and assuming 15% loss, then
    X - .15X = Y

    X - .15X = 325
    .85X = 325
    X = 325/.85

    So yes X = approx 382 HP.

    And yes, that sounds pretty darn good to me for just exhaust! You can hit the 400 FWHP club with very little effort...
    yeah thats the goal that i have set right now

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