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scrllock

Go Kart Champion
Location
MI
I like this wording


600 flywheel horsepower capability (on-vehicle results) “Which means we used a percentage of our choice to what we believe the drivetrain loss would account for and here’s our conclusion of flywheel numbers…

Say we go extreme and use the higher numbers from “internet land” AWD 18-20% lose and well autos are 2-5% over manual.

So let’s say 609 - 21% drivetrain loss we get 481 aka - equivalent to the Aussie white golf r auto car. 😂😂😂
Garrett rates everything at the flywheel and certainly used an engine dyno. The problem with all these number circle jerks is that we have people comparing wheel hp from dynos we have no reference to compare to.
 

El_bigote_AJ

Autocross Champion
Location
Las Vegas
Car(s)
2019 GTI bunny
Garrett rates everything at the flywheel and certainly used an engine dyno.
Certainly.

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El_bigote_AJ

Autocross Champion
Location
Las Vegas
Car(s)
2019 GTI bunny
It also says "power on flywheel" aand "torque on flywheel" right in the middle below the red line.

And an IHI IS38 isn't going to make 396 HP so it's got to be flywheel numbers.
That’s not what’s he’s was quoting me about though, we all know they are claiming flywheel numbers, what he was saying is that garret came up with those numbers (600hp) based on a true engine dyno - vs what I explained with a mock scenario as to how people and companies can and DO use whp data then create a perceived “accurate” percent of drivetrain loss and apply that equation to the wheel numbers to create a shock and awe HP and TQ listing for clickbait.
 
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