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    Too much talking guys,lets get down to the business I can only c one figure so far.here is mine.
    207 WHP wiv 53 it/loss due to the rims was told
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    269 whp/456 mm with 16t


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamest5r View Post
    269 whp/456 mm with 16t
    gotta b a hybrid 16t,is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingsford G View Post
    gotta b a hybrid 16t,is it?
    Nope, and with orange injectors all fueling ok.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamest5r View Post
    Nope, and with orange injectors all fueling ok.
    I don`t know what u done to it but that is more than my crank power.I have whites and 18t wiv rica 310 no other mods at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merc85 View Post
    Just a thought, Seeing as we have a Flywheel Power Leader Board wouldnt it be a interesting to have a Wheel Horse Power Leader board to compare with?

    After all thats where it counts insint it? Here's mine to start with

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    Peak figures do not tell the whole story. For a kick off you need to include the RPM where the peak figures occur. You look for the thread with the Escort with 400 odd horse power - only to find that it has a peak torque curve fo 1200 rpm, which is about as pointless as broken pencil for a forced induction car.

    However even with that to one side - The biggest issue is that these figures are gathered from different days, different conditions & different dynos.

    There are too many errors for this thread to be meaningful.

    Results from a dyno day shoot-out would be the only way to know for a proper comparison.
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    207 whp 320 ft tourqe at 4000rpm

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    242.17 WHP 261.47 BHP and atleast 420 NM!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wobbly Dave View Post
    Peak figures do not tell the whole story. For a kick off you need to include the RPM where the peak figures occur. You look for the thread with the Escort with 400 odd horse power - only to find that it has a peak torque curve fo 1200 rpm, which is about as pointless as broken pencil for a forced induction car.

    However even with that to one side - The biggest issue is that these figures are gathered from different days, different conditions & different dynos.

    There are too many errors for this thread to be meaningful.

    Results from a dyno day shoot-out would be the only way to know for a proper comparison.
    This is what i was sort of trying to get at with my first post
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    1.Jamest5r 269 whp 336.32 ft/p torque
    2.lance 242.17whp 309.77+ft/p torque
    3.Merc85 238.7whp 307ft torque
    4.Kingsford G 207whp 320ft/p torque
    Guys I used an online converter to keep the figure in ft/p.

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    1. Jamest5r 269 whp 336.32 ft/p torque
    2. Lance 242.17whp 309.77+ft/p torque
    3. Merc85 238.7whp 307ft torque
    4. T5_Monkey 229whp 278 lb-ft
    5. Kingsford G 207whp 320ft/p torque

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wobbly Dave View Post
    Peak figures do not tell the whole story. For a kick off you need to include the RPM where the peak figures occur. You look for the thread with the Escort with 400 odd horse power - only to find that it has a peak torque curve fo 1200 rpm, which is about as pointless as broken pencil for a forced induction car.

    However even with that to one side - The biggest issue is that these figures are gathered from different days, different conditions & different dynos.

    There are too many errors for this thread to be meaningful.

    Results from a dyno day shoot-out would be the only way to know for a proper comparison.
    yes mate but you have the correction value for that too.the best dyno is a hub dyno and they only listen to whp too.i use the same dyno for all my tuning so i can see the different on what i do to the car.but i still think that whp is the figuires i believe too many problems with drag loss for flywheel figuires imho

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    1. Jamest5r 269 whp 336.32 ft/p torque
    2. t5frankie 253.32 whp 335.59 lb ft torque
    2. Lance 242.17whp 309.77+ft/p torque
    3. Merc85 238.7whp 307ft torque
    4. T5_Monkey 229whp 278 lb-ft
    5. Kingsford G 207whp 320ft/p torque

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    Thats a Bloody good whp James with sh** loads of torque to, well done mate,

    Nice to see frankie's whp has gone up to, did your bhp alter at all frankie?
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    Just a thought - would it be worth adding best 1/4 mile terminal speed too ? could be interesting to compare that to WHP

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    Quote Originally Posted by merc85 View Post
    Thats a Bloody good whp James with sh** loads of torque to, well done mate,

    Nice to see frankie's whp has gone up to, did your bhp alter at all frankie?
    no thats from the dyno i done with the 18t last year, i will be changing it again this saturday

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    1. Jamest5r 269 whp 336.32 ft/p torque
    2. t5frankie 253.32 whp 335.59 lb ft torque
    3. Lance 242.17whp 309.77+ft/p torque
    4. Mitchyboy 240.6whp 318lb/ft S40 T4 Holset
    5. Merc85 238.7whp 307ft torque
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    Quote Originally Posted by merc85 View Post
    Thats a Bloody good whp James with sh** loads of torque to, well done mate,

    Nice to see frankie's whp has gone up to, did your bhp alter at all frankie?
    All i done mate was fit the 16t, refurbed oranges, decat, me7 mani and filter, down to the mapping mate its amazing what you can get with a few tweak's all my rr figs have come from HLM rr so i know where i stand each time, also as ive said before that map is still on Hamish's files so im sure he would sell copies, there is about 15 runs stored to prove results and belevie me it went like the willies sometimes i wish i hadnt pulled it apart and done what ive done but im nearly back to feeling the boost


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamest5r View Post
    All i done mate was fit the 16t, refurbed oranges, decat, me7 mani and filter, down to the mapping mate its amazing what you can get with a few tweak's all my rr figs have come from HLM rr so i know where i stand each time, also as ive said before that map is still on Hamish's files so im sure he would sell copies, there is about 15 runs stored to prove results and belevie me it went like the willies sometimes i wish i hadnt pulled it apart and done what ive done but im nearly back to feeling the boost
    yes i wish i would of left mine alone too but then u would not have the turbo u have lol


 

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