Discussion in 'Automotive' started by Boots, Jul 29, 2004.
Had 195/144 in the Teg
Power: 110.00 HP @ 12500 RPM
Torque: 50.2 ft.lbs @ 10500 RPM
current state should be about
give or take a few
106HP @ 6200RPM + 103ft-lbs @ 4600RPM = Barely enough to turn my wheels.
probably around 180 hp /120 ft lbs
stock b16? i hope you have it tuned
Engine is 200/168 at the crank + whatever the stuff done to it equals.
top dawg what mods do you have to your b16 to be running 20 more horse?
well for one, its jdm... so its 170 crank... and im sure a couple things would put it to at least 180
CAI, header, exhaust, wires, plugs... gotta be at least 10
1st gen or 2nd gen?
i made 188 hp and 129 ft/lb at the wheels before my ignition was changed and on 92 octane
like average weak girl for hp and 1 boy power for the torque
Hopefully more when i get it back togther!
^^^ thats what i wish i was running... but until then ill have to say somethign along beakers #'s... probibly a bit more.
200/162 plus what ever add ons bump it to.
What was your Dyno #'s? Multiply by 1.15 and thats the rough # at the crank (Considering about 15% drivetrain loss)
Did you get it "tuned" yet??
Tuning can be fun! I made 18 runs on the dyno one night tuning!
Rated 140/126 from the factory. Right where it should be for the milage and lack of mods
'my' bike has about 95hp and 70ft/lbs.... then again it only weighs like 400lbs
pretty accurate then, 170 and 115 according to my dyno numbers
My car came with 227/218 stock but I have the following power mods:
3 inch catless downpipe
UTEC engine management
1 range cooler NGK plugs
After lots of tuning a using a 'soft dyno' (no 4 wheel dynos in the maritimes) I got 290HP and 285 tq at the crank on a nice cool day. It seems quite accurate because it measured my stock power curve to within 7hp before I did any mods. Plus the company I got this stg2 from claims 305HP+ on 93 octane. The difference between stock and the utec maps are HUGE. It was expensive but definatly the best mod I've done.
302 lb torque