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I finally scanned the graphs from my first dyno runs with my Bullitt. The first shows my max hp that it pulled, the second shows the max torque. I hope you can read these, because I had to shrink them down quite a bit. If not, the max hp was 237.3, and max torque was 282.7.





I'm interested to see what gains I get after the Densecharger and muffler install. :smile:
 

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Wow, sorry, I didn't think they would be that big!! :grin: :grin:
 

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That brings up a good point, Karl, I have seen this conversion done two different ways, with two different results.

237.3 x 1.15 = 272.89hp
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237.3 / .85 = 279.17hp

I like the second way better, but which is correct?
 

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That's true. :smile: Either way it is far from the measly 265 that I keep seeing magazine articles using as a strike against us!! :grin:
 

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Moljay, good numbers!

assuming a 15% drive loss, you get:

237.3/.85 = 279.18 or

279.18 X .85 = 237.3

That is how you compute a "loss". Remember, loss is the key word. You have to take the crank (100.00) and subtract the loss (.15) and then divide. Simply adding 15% (1.15) will not work.
 

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I'll be damn Moljay!
Those numbers are very sweet! almost 280 at the motor!

a beer in your name!
 
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