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Old 11-29-2012, 06:14 PM   #12
Andreas Miko
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Originally Posted by vrusso View Post
Poor mans Porsche, to think I can almost afford one of these without breaking the bank.


Intersting:
Porsche is getting about 101.9 hp/ltr or 17hp/ltr/cylinder (275/(2.7*6)) for the 2.7ltr
79.3lbs/ft / ltr or 13.2lbs/ft / ltr/cylinder

about 95.6 hp/ltr or 15.9hp/ltr/cylinder (325/(3.4*6)) for the 3.4ltr
80.3lbs/ft / ltr or 13.3lbs/ft /ltr/cylinder

Subaru is getting about 100hp/ltr or 25hp/ltr/cylinder (200/(2.0*4)) for the 2.0 BRZ
75.5lbs/ft / ltr or 18.9lbs/ft /ltr/cylinder

If Subaru were to put a 2.0ltr H6 in the BRZ and magically managed the same ratio they would have a 300 hp 227lbs/ft car. One could dream right?
Its per Ltr, not per Cylinder.

So what you ment to say was Subaru with a H6 3Ltr would have 300 HP.
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