CA Automotive said:
I would love to claim that the BHP figs are at the wheels , but alas they are corrected flywheel figures . We were hoping for around 600 bhp , but we are settling on the lower figure in the interests of reliability and being able to bolt on the kit without need for internal modifications. Still , +150 ish bhp over stock is not too bad I think considering price and bolt on nature , would you agree ?
thanks ... release of kits within 14 days if all goes to plan :wroom:
That sort of sheds a little light on things.
Please ... I have a few appropriate questions:
#1) In case I missed it in this long thread ... -->>
What make and model Dyno are you using ??
#2) Did you DYNO this car PRIOR to any work being done to it?
(Hopefully you did to get a true baseline)
#3) If the answer to #2 is YES ... What were those numbers ... Both RWHP and Your Mathematical Flywheel Assumption Numbers ?? If No ... Too Bad !
#4) In achieving your latest Dyno Numbers ... -->>
Did you try to create an artificial Ram-Air Effect with FANS or some
other means? If YES ... HOW did you create that effect ?
#5) Since YOU arrived at your "Flywheel" assumption numbers "Mathematically"
... Can you please walk us through those steps how it was arrived at ?
So far ... It looks real good. Congrats :wroom: