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newb question
Saturday, March 08, 2008 9:38 PM
when they say like a 150 shot...what does "shot" actually reffer 2...


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Re: newb question
Sunday, March 09, 2008 7:30 AM
how much hp is supposed to be added when you squeeze.



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Re: newb question
Tuesday, March 11, 2008 9:36 PM
right its the amount of horsepower gained at the flywheel, not to the wheels.





Re: newb question
Wednesday, March 12, 2008 12:24 AM
Mike wrote:

right its the amount of horsepower gained at the flywheel, not to the wheels.


I think there is one or two companies that claim whp with their kits.
Re: newb question
Monday, May 05, 2008 5:15 PM
^^^^^

there are I have a 55 wet shot of zex ad I made an extra 55HP at the wheels


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Re: newb question
Tuesday, May 06, 2008 10:22 PM
95Honda8 wrote:

^^^^^

there are I have a 55 wet shot of zex ad I made an extra 55HP at the wheels


i find that extremely hard to believe due to the fact of power loss through the transfer of energy though the tranny, axles, tires. When two parts touch each other no matter how well lubricated friction is still created and usually the energy is lost through heat and or friction. Do you have a dyno graph proving before and after? I use to drive a turbo eg so i know my way around them.

to OP:
here is a link i found that gives pretty accurate power gains and loss through the drive train. N20 jet calculator





Re: newb question
Tuesday, June 03, 2008 9:59 AM
Luis Marroquin wrote:

95Honda8 wrote:

^^^^^

there are I have a 55 wet shot of zex ad I made an extra 55HP at the wheels


i find that extremely hard to believe due to the fact of power loss through the transfer of energy though the tranny, axles, tires. When two parts touch each other no matter how well lubricated friction is still created and usually the energy is lost through heat and or friction. Do you have a dyno graph proving before and after? I use to drive a turbo eg so i know my way around them.

to OP:
here is a link i found that gives pretty accurate power gains and loss through the drive train. N20 jet calculator


It is probably actually like a 75 shot and they just underrate it so that it is actually a 55 shot to the wheels..



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