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Old 10-24-2011, 08:52 AM   #1
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I was looking at the COBB site and reading the AcessPort Dyno graph. I thought the cars were rated and flywheel 265hp and 244trq. I understand the loss in driveline so the 223whp makes sence, but how can it make more trq at the wheels than factory specs. Unless Subaru lies.
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Old 10-24-2011, 10:28 AM   #2
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I was looking at the COBB site and reading the AcessPort Dyno graph. I thought the cars were rated and flywheel 265hp and 244trq. I understand the loss in driveline so the 223whp makes sence, but how can it make more trq at the wheels than factory specs. Unless Subaru lies.
You could throw the same car on 10 different dynos at 10 different shops on the same day and the same conditions and end up with 10 different sets of dyno numbers, some drastically different from one another. Add into the mix a HP/torque rating given by the factory at the flywheel and it is even more difficult to make any comparison (the 09-11 WRX factory power rating is conservative). That is why we provide the stock baseline for our tunes so you can compare the power gains.

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Ok. I understand. I was just curious as to how SUBARU quotes stock HP/TRQ
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