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Old 11-03-2001, 19:41   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up Engine Analyser Program Works It Out

Well, I couldn't get the program to work that was sent to me, but I got Don from Don's Precision Heads in Virginia USA to punch in my new engine specs and see what to expect. His program gives a range of power, and with the small cam and 1.6:1 rockers I have specified my engine will have a REAL 405hp minimum (exactly 300kW) at 5500rpm and minimum peak of 405ft/lbs torque (550Nm). A bigger exhaust will increase this further.

With the bigger cam that was available the hp would go up to 430 or 320kW. But driveability issues scared me away from that one.

Interesting......... :s6: :s5 Can't wait to see if this will be true!
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ooohhhh yeah!

Bring on another 300+ XR!! :s6:
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I wonder how many people actually have REAL power figures for their cars. My friend had a VX SS with many mods and was supposedly pumping out 200+kW at the back wheels. But my old full cast iron Windsor left it behind (when I had the big cam). Not much in it but noticeable all the same.

Makes me wonder sometimes........
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Reading from LS1 over the last couple of weeks there does seem to be a bit of a difference between base line outputs, so yeah you do have to wonder.
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Reading from LS1 over the last couple of weeks there does seem to be a bit of a difference between base line outputs, so yeah you do have to wonder.
I have my doubts about the reality of some of the LS1 figures. Like I have seen a fully worked Windsor with deep breathing alloy heads, cam, all the bolt ons and a real strong feel to it get high 100s at RW. LS1 with an exhaust, chip and airfilter gets 200+? I don't get it. I really don't.
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Pete,

Like we discussed on the Melbourne trip, a stock 220kw Xr8 manual would pull around 160kw at the wheels.

As a guide, wheels done an Auto 200kw TE-50 it pulled 144kw at the wheels.

An auto 250kw clubbie makes 194kw at the wheels.
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Pete,

Like we discussed on the Melbourne trip, a stock 220kw Xr8 manual would pull around 160kw at the wheels.

As a guide, wheels done an Auto 200kw TE-50 it pulled 144kw at the wheels.

An auto 250kw clubbie makes 194kw at the wheels.
SO mine should be well above 200 at the RW this time around? Like 230 or so?

(Just before the bits of the T5 explode from under the car like a landmine :dead: )
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Pete,

Like we discussed on the Melbourne trip, a stock 220kw Xr8 manual would pull around 160kw at the wheels.

As a guide, wheels done an Auto 200kw TE-50 it pulled 144kw at the wheels.

An auto 250kw clubbie makes 194kw at the wheels.


One of the car mags also put 185 XR8 on the Dyno and got 140~ RWKW
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Do you have a copy of Engine Analyser? if so could you pm me. Thanks

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Do you have a copy of Engine Analyser? if so could you pm me. Thanks

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I don't have the program we used for this exercise, however I do have one on my home email address. I can't get it to work though.

Just as a matter of interest, got a hold of a place called MustangMagicInc in New York that ran a TrickFlow equipped 347 Mustang almost same engine spec as mine the other day. 415hp and 410ft/lbs. So close it ain't funny!
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