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So we had a chassis dyno at Daytona.  Here are the numbers from the cars that made a pull:


#678 1994 Lexus SC400 - 220hp

#184 1999 Saab 9-3 - 190hp

#66 1994 Mitsubishi GT3000 - 186

#324 1992 Ford Mustang - 266

#67 1987 BMW E30 w/M50 - 186

#21 1995 BMW 540i - 240

#141 1986 Mazda RX7 - 186

#225 1995 Lexus SC300 - 197

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Mistyped on the Mitsu
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22 minutes ago, chisek said:

So we had a chassis dyno at Daytona.  Here are the numbers from the cars that made a pull:


#678 1994 Lexus SC400 - 220hp

#184 1999 Saab 9-3 - 190hp

#66 1994 Mitsubishi GT3000 - 153

#324 1992 Ford Mustang - 266

#67 1987 BMW E30 w/M50 - 186

#21 1995 BMW 540i - 240

#141 1986 Mazda RX7 - 186

#225 1995 Lexus SC300 - 197

 

These are at the wheel numbers?

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The swapped E30 should raise some eyebrows. Isn't stock rated HP 189. To put 186 at the wheels wouldn't it need to around 215-220 at the crank. The Lexus IS rated at 225 and put down 197 at the wheels. Also the Saab put down 190 on an engine that was rated at either 185 or 200.

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1 hour ago, ThatBlueGolf said:

We should have made a pull on the dyno..... 1.8 liters and 8 valves of fury. However we didn't think we had enough power to drive up onto the dyno.... 

I know the egg timer slowed their exit at pit in.

 

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8 minutes ago, Kentite said:

The swapped E30 should raise some eyebrows. Isn't stock rated HP 189. To put 186 at the wheels wouldn't it need to around 215-220 at the crank. The Lexus IS rated at 225 and put down 197 at the wheels. Also the Saab put down 190 on an engine that was rated at either 185 or 200.

 

2 minutes ago, Jer said:

Yep, stock at the crank is supposed to be 189.  Too bad they didn't do any miatas. :)

 

 Not to mention their top speed was very similar to mine,  isn't a stock ECU m50 swamp to e30 going to be  electronically governed? 

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2 minutes ago, Team Infiniti said:

 

 Not to mention their top speed was very similar to mine,  isn't a stock ECU m50 swamp to e30 going to be  electronically governed? 

 

130mph - but very easy to fool with a chumpy solution (wire ecu speed input to tach, ecu sees non-zero value to prevent limp but thinks you haven't left the parking lot :))

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12 minutes ago, Kentite said:

The swapped E30 should raise some eyebrows. Isn't stock rated HP 189. To put 186 at the wheels wouldn't it need to around 215-220 at the crank. The Lexus IS rated at 225 and put down 197 at the wheels.

Stock HP for an e30 is 167bhp, I see 140-153whp or so on tired motors, healthy .020" over will do ~155-165whp (stock chip, Spec trim). The e36 is rated at 189, but the stock ones I have dyno'd are in the 140-150 range, 170 fresh rebuild. Either way, the e36 ECU is speed limited to 130mph, maybe they didn't hook up the VSS, but that thing was fast no doubt.

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1 minute ago, Team Infiniti said:

 OK nothing to see here, thanks for the education 

 

My apologies I misquoted the number. It is 130mph (155 is for my E46, assumed incorrectly that it was the same). As I mentioned in my edited post however it is very easy to bypass.

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