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Dyno finally done on my 250 2V

After a long year (mainly last year) where I had to replace the diff after it exploded, replaced the gearbox after it lost some teeth, replaced the clutch... may aswel, and then finally i replaced the entire engine as the old girl had enough.

When I had the engine made, its got, new pistones etc, port polish and stage 2 crow cam, valve springs and port the manifold. So she is practiacally a new engine.


Got it dynoed yesterday, it made 119kw and 401 nm at the rear wheels.

Happy with that as its a beautiful car to drive...

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Re: Dyno finally done on my 250 2V

thats loads of torque mate,welldone!

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Re: Dyno finally done on my 250 2V

wow thats awesome figures from a 2V with such simple mods and that amount of torque to the wheels! well done!
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Re: Dyno finally done on my 250 2V

I'm difinatly happy with the results, but I do realise that if i dynoed it somewhere else might get a different result..... but till that day, those will be my power figures... lol
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Re: Dyno finally done on my 250 2V

IV SEEN 4 XR6T DYNO RUNS ON THREE DIFFERENT DYNOS AND ALL GOT JUST OVER 1000Nm of torque. it seems for some unknown reason that dynos double the flywheel torque at the wheels..they have 500Nm standard. must just be one of those things..
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Re: Dyno finally done on my 250 2V

Don't say that, lol. but 200nm is very small, if i remember correctly factory spec is around 250mn. correct me if i'm wrong
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sorry that 250 was lb/ft.... whats that in nm?
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sorry that 250 was lb/ft.... whats that in nm?
Just under 340 Nm
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Re: Dyno finally done on my 250 2V

Nice figures! From what I have been told rear wheel figures can vary, depending on diff ratio and tyre size, anyone confirm this?
Also, you shouldn't compare one dyno to another, as they can be way different. Watch out for operators that fudge figures by putting in ridiculous values for the temp and barometric pressure of the day.
If you wanna compare 2 cars, dont use a dyno, use a dragstrip.
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Nice figures! From what I have been told rear wheel figures can vary, depending on diff ratio and tyre size, anyone confirm this?
Also, you shouldn't compare one dyno to another, as they can be way different. Watch out for operators that fudge figures by putting in ridiculous values for the temp and barometric pressure of the day.
If you wanna compare 2 cars, dont use a dyno, use a dragstrip.


Agree with the dragstrip! As for the diff, its a 3.45 and 235 rear tyres on 17's, whether that has any bearing or not, iono.
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