10-19-07, 07:29 AM
I've asked this in other forums but cant seem to get a good answer. Does anyone know what the 320hp N* engine bone stock pulls at the wheels on a dyno? I am guessing approx 245hp but i figured someone in here may be better educated than me on this engine. I have done several searches and no luck finding a dyno sheet.
10-19-07, 10:28 AM
lol @ F
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10-21-07, 07:18 PM
A Y motor with a chip (275 hp + 15 for the chip) makes 245 at the wheels.
I would guess a 320 hp would make around 270 hp.
10-22-07, 05:50 AM
You are comparing a front wheel drive to a rear wheel drive though, those different drive trains have to soak up different amounts of horse power to the wheels. It's a good question, I'd assume the rear drive N*'s would lose less HP to the wheels than the FWD N*'s. I've heard/read that the FWD N*'s can lose on the order of around 25%-28% to the front wheels, that's allot. I'd bet the rear drivers lose substantially less, I'd be curious how much I'd guess less than 20%. Just a guess. Anybody out there know?