Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by phunky.buddha, Oct 15, 2005.
K thx bye
Well... one of the guys in the shop was like- "Hey, the golf cart is rear wheel drive, right?" after I baselined the S2000, so I immediately knew what he wanted to do. I'm also having fun playing around with the WinPEP software on my computer, especially now that I've finally gotten most of my old dyno source files from Intercrew's dyno computer.
if you're bored, you can play with my del sol shit... its from winpep
What do you want done with it? Just cleaned up and graphed out to the screen instead of a piece of paper?
But what was the torque???
That is some funny shit. I would never have guessed as low as 1.8HP.
The DynoJet doesn't measure the torque if you don't have the RPM signal hooked up for some reason- I think because it doesn't know the gearing from the engine/motor through to the wheels.
Ok B- here's one for you:
I plucked out your highest HP run and graphed it against my best run.
so what was the s2000 baseline?
But then I realized later tonight that the weather station wasn't working in the dyno cell, so those were the uncorrected numbers. Considering that I made the dyno runs right when Hurricane Rita was passing through (really low pressure, high humidity) I think it did pretty well. Based on some estimates for temperature, humidity and pressure- the SAE corrected power would have been right at about 197-200whp, which is what most F20C S2000s make in stock form.
isn't hp just a function of tq? how can the dyno figure any hp numbers out without tq numbers? just seemed odd to me.
(Torque x Engine speed) / 5,252 = Horsepower
which means that torque = HP*5252/RPM
yeah...i thought that place looked familiar...just didnt see random guy with the afro...that always gives away intercrew.
and the reason that he couldnt get torque numbers is cause the computer didnt have the Revs, so it couldnt make the calculation.
Afro man doesn't work there anymore... and really wasn't there for very long last year either.
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