
WagonDad 



What NM Torque figures have people got on their standard or modified i6 engines.
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gogetta 



dyno torque figures are meaningless
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Krytox 



Bolt Torque Specs Or Dyno Performance?
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opto 



gogetta wrote: dyno torque figures are meaningless
Don't think so.
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stockstandard 



opto wrote: gogetta wrote: dyno torque figures are meaningless Don't think so. They are. Dyno's basically measure the torque applied by the wheels to the rollers, it is NOT engine torque. Changing gears, diff ratios or tire size will change the 'torque'. Because of the way the dyno's measure power these variables cancel each other out and you get a true power reading. Just look at the torque lines on graphs for NA I6's  it will range anywhere form 300NM to 550NM for engines with around the same power. The only way to calculate something close to engine torque is to take the power graph and work backwards (messy).
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phongus 



stockstandard wrote: opto wrote: gogetta wrote: dyno torque figures are meaningless Don't think so. They are. Dyno's basically measure the torque applied by the wheels to the rollers, it is NOT engine torque. Changing gears, diff ratios or tire size will change the 'torque'. Because of the way the dyno's measure power these variables cancel each other out and you get a true power reading. Just look at the torque lines on graphs for NA I6's  it will range anywhere form 300NM to 550NM for engines with around the same power. The only way to calculate something close to engine torque is to take the power graph and work backwards (messy). Shudders...analyzing graphs is the worst *shudders*. Well is there another way of finding out how much torque? phong =P~
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opto 



Ever run on a Dynapak Dyno ?
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gogetta 



opto wrote: Ever run on a Dynapak Dyno ?
whats so special about it?
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opto 



Its not a roller Dyno
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gogetta 



opto wrote: Its not a roller Dyno
well how do you hook it to your motor?
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opto 



It mounts directly to your wheel axle hub.
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stockstandard 



Doesnt matter how the dyno connects to the car, the measurements still work the same.
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opto 



phongus wrote: stockstandard wrote: opto wrote: gogetta wrote: dyno torque figures are meaningless Don't think so. They are. Dyno's basically measure the torque applied by the wheels to the rollers, it is NOT engine torque. Changing gears, diff ratios or tire size will change the 'torque'. Because of the way the dyno's measure power these variables cancel each other out and you get a true power reading. Just look at the torque lines on graphs for NA I6's  it will range anywhere form 300NM to 550NM for engines with around the same power. The only way to calculate something close to engine torque is to take the power graph and work backwards (messy). Shudders...analyzing graphs is the worst *shudders*. Well is there another way of finding out how much torque? phong =P~ Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 9:04 pm Post subject:  Stockstandard said : [/quote]Doesnt matter how the dyno connects to the car, the measurements still work the same. [/quote] Hang on thats not what you said above, now which is correct ?
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gogetta 



you are going to still get a different torque figure as it depends on what gear your in and what your diff ratio is...
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opto 



Agreed, but when the output torque is supplied and the ratio then with reasonable accuracy the engine output can be obtained.
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