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Had a wonderful day dynoing anything with wheels. We did over 15 cars before I left!

SRT-4 Stock
~2400 miles
Temp 55-60 degrees
Small fan blowing on the intercooler, hood open
Sunoco 94 @ 1.99 gallon

Run 1
227 hp
250 lb/ft

Run 2
227 hp
248 lb/ft

Not too bad.

Here is the video of a pull....

Small and for Microsoft haters
http://home.woh.rr.com/lacklusterracing/srt4dynosmall.mov

Ill put up a scan of the dyno chart once I find a scanner that works!





P.S. Dyno of my Dad's 2003 Cobra
449 hp 447 lb/ft
http://home.woh.rr.com/lacklusterracing/terminator.mov
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Thanks for the QT vidi!
 

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Nice Pics and great numbers.

Torque: 250 ft/lbs :shock: Ya know I hear alot about the car being American rice, rice doesn't have torque like this. Good luck with your ride.

Do you have any performance numbers? G-tech.
 

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Anything but lackluster. Those are some big time numbers.
 

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hmmm... 245 lb-ft from ~3000 to ~5000 rpm. above 200 lb-ft to 5800 rpm, with a 6200 rpm redline. how could anyone not like that? :twisted:
 

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How come my 230 ish WHP WRX wagon is faster? High 12's around 104...I have run agains one SRT-4 and it was no contest....I don't understand.

I'm not a NEON hater, thinking about an SRT-4 as an alternate car, but I don't understand these dyno numbers - you guys are running around 230, I'm running around 230 whp and I'm much faster :(
 

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A 230ish WHP WRX is going to have a lot more HP at the crank than an SRT-4. That's one of the beauties of AWD, the other being the much better 60 ft time when you are comparing quarter-mile times.

Stock, off the line, through the 60 ft mark, a stock WRX is going to beat an SRT, add some hp to that and you may get an even better 60 ft time, plus you'll be gaining some top end, actually getting on top of the WRX gearing instead of fighting it the whole way.

I'm not plying the "apples to oranges" excuse here, but it's easier to understand if you look at how much improvement you've made in your WRX from stock. Stock, your WRX was a good race with the SRT-4, with the SRT possibly having a slight advantage at top end, but at a significant disadvantage at the start. Now, you've got more(ish) hp at the wheels than you did at the crank, so you should be a lot faster.

Of course, stock, the SRT-4 has more hp at the wheels than is advertised at the crank, so it's not really a perfect arguement....

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AntiochCali said:
How come my 230 ish WHP WRX wagon is faster? High 12's around 104...I have run agains one SRT-4 and it was no contest....I don't understand.

I'm not a NEON hater, thinking about an SRT-4 as an alternate car, but I don't understand these dyno numbers - you guys are running around 230, I'm running around 230 whp and I'm much faster :(
Well considering that you are in CA and they only sell 91 octane there, most likely the SRT4 was not putting out 228WHP like the one noted here that was on 94 octane. Maybe he was putting out 210WHp and your AWD would give you an automatic lead off the line.
I bet that if you were to race this particular SRT4 on the highway you would not be walking away.
 

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i would agree with that assessment. :twisted:
 

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if i had those choices, i would go with 94.
 

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Wow thats some really nice numbers. I don't really like how the torque curve fall down but I would kill for that much torque. :)

Question:
How much boost is the stock SRT-4 running?
 

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look at that you can see when Vtec engages on your B16A
 
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