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Old 02-23-2004, 12:16 AM   #1
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Just started thinking about this since some recent dyno days. I put down 290rwhp 316rwtq SAE corrected numbers with the mods in sig. I'll be dissapointed when i get QTP lt's and a cam and only put down 340-350.
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Just started thinking about this since some recent dyno days. I put down 290rwhp 316rwtq SAE corrected numbers with the mods in sig. I'll be dissapointed when i get QTP lt's and a cam and only put down 340-350.
Nope, bout right far as I can see. I dynoed 292/320 with the mods in my sig minus the LT's and ORY. Convertors soak up alot of "Hp" on the dyno, but you would run faster at the track compared to another A4 with higher dyno numbers without a convertor. Within reason of course. If he has 50 more hp than you well my point is moot. Take care.
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Damnit...i wanna go to a track so i can see what it'll run. I'm sure i'll be able to dip into the high 12's on street tires. If not then i'll be getting some nitto dr's.
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Damnit...i wanna go to a track so i can see what it'll run. I'm sure i'll be able to dip into the high 12's on street tires. If not then i'll be getting some nitto dr's.
12's should be easy as long as you guys have a good track and the elevation is not crazy. Good Luck.
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