Originally Posted by OliH
Did those figures come from a write up from Nick?
Now doing my math's, if Peppernicks was 222BHP at the wheels standard, divide that into the flywheel ouput of 286BHP, give you a figure of 0.776 (drivetrain lossses). Divide the new figure of 270BHP, at the wheels, by 0.776 ( to allow for the drivetrain losses) give a flywheel figure of just under 348BHP!!!!!
I am sure thats how you would work it out - correct me if Im wrong??
Not content with trashing us with hoooge torque numbers, now you've started attacking on the hbp numbers as well.
Think how much luggage space i'll have with the seats folded down. Yawn.