Only dyno I found for the NC is 134.1 Hp and 124.3 ft-lbsFortimir said:Um...
...is that good?
Yep, that's why you shouldn't used chassis dyno numbers to judge "true" engine HP.SolLate said:My dyno, which I can not post yet, shows a little different set of numbers.
23% loss. Still a little high, but I think with more miles on the engine it should improve. If it was putting down in the low 140's it would still be around a 20% loss.shabby said:What could be causing that dip between 3-4k, it doesnt seem normal. The torque curve should be flat on a n/a engine.
And ya the hp is definetly low, there cant be a 30% drivetrain loss to the wheels.