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Old 04-14-2007, 02:32 PM
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I think here at miataturbo instead of power to weight ratio, we should have a power to post ratio. :gay:

Hmmm....let's see a few examples.....Braineack 5000+ posts/200hp = 25 posts per hp or hustler with 1000+ posts/100hp = 10 post per hp.
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Ah that's wrong.




















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yep, littlle backerds

i'm at about a 1/4whp per post.
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ok but with higher HP the number goes down.
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1800 posts
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180 rwhp

= 10 p:hp

Could be better, but hey woe is me.

(btw, care to combine HP across all cars vs posts :-))
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Yes, combined is a great idea.
500posts/500hp+~160hp=3/4post/hp
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3850/550 = somewhere between 6 and 7
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Combined: 285 + 210 + 180 + 400 (est) + 173

1800/1248 = 1.44
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125 + 350 + 255 + 230 + 290 + 100 + 30 = 1380/205 = 6.73
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400(guestimate)+90+190+230=910/2571=.353 hp per post or 2.85 post per hp
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:(

It made 96 whp...lol
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haha you guys suck!!!!
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