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Posted by m3niko on September 14, 2001 at 08:33:56:

In Reply to: Its 1.31 call and ask them posted by slvr98 on September 14, 2001 at 08:14:07:

No sense in going through all this once again, cause it's been covered plenty of times in the archives....but rear wheel horsepower is rear wheel horsepower. The dyno used cannot change the drivetrain losses of the vehicle.

Let me leave you with this thought: AA also has dyno graphs of stock '95 M3's measured on their Mustang Dyno. They show them as putting out around 199rwhp.

199hp x 1.21 = 240hp
199hp x 1.31 = 261hp

Hmmm, I wonder which is the correct factor to use??

Nick
'95 M3 turbo



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