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Old 02-06-2013, 02:24 PM
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Well I have shown you the areas where there are major obvious supercharged power restricting issues.
And further dyno testing will verify gains you make by improving it.
The drag strip will tell you if its fast and show you when you have made it faster.
ny adding engine power, improving traction and using the engine power more efficiently.

They are both usefull tools.

The 177 blower is well capable of making well over 650 real engine horsepower.

A chassis dyno typically shows a number that is between 15% to 30% less than the engine brake dyno test numbers.
and there are many many variables.

Higher 1/4 mile MPH from the track means more engine power.

the math is 234 x the cubic root of (weight to power) ='s road horsepower

weight is with driver.

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