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Old 10-17-2012, 07:32 AM   #1
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Default 1.6 Begi GT2560 E85 12psi 206whp/261nm

I just came from dyno. 206whp/261newton meter from wheels.

Car specs:
stock 1.6 '93
850cc ev14 injetors
Garrett 2560 turbo
Begi series 1 turbokit
2.5" full exhaust (with cat)
MSPNP
12psi (0,85bar)
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Upper lines are est. crankpower, lower actual whp.

261nm = 192ft-lbs
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So almost 260 engine hp from a 1.6l? That's 160hp per liter. Not too shabby!

Your coolant temp seems to be behaving weirdly though....
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So almost 260 engine hp from a 1.6l? That's 160hp per liter. Not too shabby!

Your coolant temp seems to be behaving weirdly though....
where'd you get 260BHP?

He produced around 206rwhp; that's roughly 230BHP. But since he didn't dyno just the motor outside the drivetrain, we'll never know.
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This was just "before" engine build dyno pull. Car was roadtuned by my ***, AFR's about 11.5-11.8 wot & timing 20degrees at 4000-7000rpm. Winter I will put forged internals with 10.6:1 pistons. Plan is to build über smallblock E85 beast. So next spring plan is to have ~1.2 bar (~17psi) boost & properly tuned reverant ecu.
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The engine hp number is the estimate from the printout: 258.4hv

Since afaik engine hp is what manufacturers usually claim, it's a value that's fair to compare to factory setups. Of course it's an estimate and probably on the high side. But even if it's only 230hp engine, we're still talking 145hp/l or so. Still damn impressive.
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I know this BHP/WHP conversation have been here too many times before, but this side of great ocean we tend to use bhp figures. I personally like your style to use whp. More accurate between different dynos, better to compare with each other and so on. BHP is nearly always an estimate!
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