I agree, you have well over 100 hp gain at the wheels, and hopefully a motor that stays together. While 600 is a nice target, in real life it doesn't really matter. 599 or 601 are the same, and 554 will be good if the price is right!!! It is hp to the wheels that count, so I don't care what you "factor" back to the crank. Traditional RWD uses around 15% drivetrain losses, looks like you are using about 20%.CA Automotive said:hi gs
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 ?
release of kits within 14 days if all goes to plan :wroom:
Besides, we only need at least 507 at the crank to stay competitive!! :biggrin: