Maybe that's standard if you have a shitty Auto tranny. With a manual it's more like 15% at mostPB Pod said:The standard factor is a 20% parasitic loss from the drive train. That would make this motor 264.48 HP at the crank and 296.64 lb ft of torque
Ask and you shall recieveAcidryno said:Very, very nice. Dyno it with about 5K on it and it should do very nicely. Here's some questions.
For your warrenty, are there any manditory service department visits that you have to put the car thru? What oil does the manual say to use. I know alot about oil and I was just wondering what D.C. has to say about it and the SRT.
stoichiometricAcidryno said:14.7 is barametric Stochametric air to fuel ratio
But, yes I was thinking the samething.
thats fine to get real numbers, but you should also do a run like that to see how much of an increase there is with a sprayer, so people can decide if it will be worth it to go that route.RaptorRed said:They were using a small fan about 4-5 feet in front of the car. Didn't want to spray the intercooler, wanted "real" numbers similar to street conditions.[/b]