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Posted: Tue Jun 20, 2006 10:48 am 
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My BA Wagon(approx 130K) with only a BMC panel filter pulled 132rwkw it wasn't on a dyno dynamics dyno - can't remember what brand it was.

I think that BMC state around a 10-15rwkw increase.

My FBT which has only done 65K and is completely stock only pulled 128rwkw and it was run back to back with the wagon.

Some other people on the same day seemed to think it was reading about 10-15 lower than any other dynos they had been on? Which would make my two cars about correct.

I think that I might take the wagon down to another place I know has a fairly new dyno and do a power run on it for a comparison.
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Posted: Tue Jun 20, 2006 11:51 am 
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4dlvr wrote:
since the ef/el engin(157kw) is goos for 105-115rwkw, i highly doubt that a 182kw barra is going to pull much more then 10rwkw more then the ef/el. so 125rwkw sounds decent but 140 is seriously pushing it


157 to 182 is 16% increase

add 16% to 115rwkw and you're almost at 140. Factor in that the BA/BF's are newer with better technology, and I think it sounds spot on!

 

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Posted: Tue Jun 20, 2006 1:14 pm 
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Waggin wrote:
4dlvr wrote:
since the ef/el engin(157kw) is goos for 105-115rwkw, i highly doubt that a 182kw barra is going to pull much more then 10rwkw more then the ef/el. so 125rwkw sounds decent but 140 is seriously pushing it


157 to 182 is 16% increase

add 16% to 115rwkw and you're almost at 140. Factor in that the BA/BF's are newer with better technology, and I think it sounds spot on!
agreed with waggin.. the BA has 25 more killerwatts at the engine over an ef.. so the same difference should be seen at the wheels or thereabouts.. so it will easily outshine your 10kw at the wheels estimate.. "4Dlvr"

 

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