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Just for some info. I dynoed on a dynatrack(the dyno that removes your wheels) 233whp 223wtq. I am completely stock and this was in 60-70 degree weather. I have only minor problems with tranny or clutch that i've had since i bought the car less than a month ago and a bad fuel guage. nothing to affect performance of power or diminish it at least.
 

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good hp numbers, the 04 is supposed to have 230 at the crank, and its got 233 at the wheels, that is great. Torque seems a little low, but i was thinking the 04's had like 255 ft. lbs.? Do you have 93 octane where you live? Not being a smartass, but wouldn't problems with the tranny/clutch cause more hp loss than if everything was working fine?
 

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yes it was the way they dynoed. it was a hp contest anyway. my chart has the tq lines missing before redline and my hp numbers peaked out. and I was using 93 octane
 

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ramses said:
Just for some info. I dynoed on a dynatrack(the dyno that removes your wheels) 233whp 223wtq. I am completely stock and this was in 60-70 degree weather. I have only minor problems with tranny or clutch that i've had since i bought the car less than a month ago and a bad fuel guage. nothing to affect performance of power or diminish it at least.
thats higher than mine i was 228 hp 232 tq but without the wheels on thats alot different no rotational mass or lose in hp while turning the wheel
 
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