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Once mine is run in I will give it a run at work to see what it puts out at the wheels, I think it will be around the 210kw mark.


This our Chassis dyno at work, we also have 2 engine dyno's, a flow bench etc etc

dyno1.jpg dyno2.jpg dyno7.jpg dyno8.jpg

I run night time courses in engine tuning and vehicle set up.
 

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It's UNISA team, car was bit of a mess and did what we could. I have also done Adelaide Uni, up to this year they have done really good considering budget, This year whilst in Melbourne it was run up on a dyno and guy running dyno said program was no good, retuned and ran like crap. It was tuned around the inlet restrictor and obviously Melbourne tuner had no idea how an air restricted engine works.
 

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Let's start a game whilst we wait for our precious to come into our lives

I guess 222kw (298hp) because I like 2's.. because 2's are cooo..l ;)
 

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Let's start a game whilst we wait for our precious to come into our lives

I guess 222kw (298hp) because I like 2's.. because 2's are cooo..l ;)


I'll go with 210kw
 

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Are Ford normally conservative with quoted power figures?

I would guess around 200-210 KW at all four. Anymore is a bonus.
 

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Haven't seen any Ford document yet with SAE certification for power, but assuming they do get it certified (the normal practice these days) there will be no question of the value being low-balled in North America.
 
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