unfortunely, power is lost when transferring to rear (or drive ) wheels. so we have two numbers, 1. power/torque from engine and 2. power/torque delivered to drive wheels.Blue said:Im confused. I dont know anything about the Dyno data etc. The 300C is rated at 340 HP and 390 ft torque. These numbers are far below that...Why? Are the numbers posted here representative a positive thing or a negative thing? Sorry for the "dumb" question but I am trying to learn. Thanks
You may want to read around...Blue said:
It's what I was expecting. For a 20% loss due to automatic tranny drivetrain, a 286 = 343.2 and 287 = 344.4 HP at the engine. DC rates us at 345 HP if I remember right. 345HP is stock, I am stock, so 286-287 at the wheels makes sense to me.Blue said:
Thanks for the dyno numbers, Robert. Much appreciated.BrilliantBlackHemi said:Here's some comparisons of my dyno runs stock vs after Magnaflow and K&N Typhoon installed, along with SAE vs Uncorrected Values. I did not disconnect the battery, so I don't know if that will make a difference. I have driven the car for about 350 miles since the upgrades.