Here’s another option for you. My coworkers good friend installed this and it sounds amazing.
The X-pipe resonator delete is always an option too. The H-pipe with the OEM axle back has a wicked note vs. the X-pipes.
Tips, there’s an endless array of option that can be easily fitted to the OEM outlets.
Take a few minutes and consider Mazman’s opinions.
Giants such as Holley Brands are running into issues getting EO’s (Exemption Orders).
The few that do testing are backlogged for a year or more.
Holley is moving forward with their own testing facility to expedite EO’s.
This new compliant era has turned into a real “THING” and those that don’t...
Did you miss my comment about the Horse being the imperial unit & work done over time ?
I already covered the Dyno load cell measuring force and the magic number 5252 used in the over simplified HP equation.
My posts address the statement Horse Power doesn’t exist.
First the horse needed to be strapped to the test stand to establish a consistent output and then validate that value.
James Watt did this and documented the value at 33,000 ft#/minute. This benchmark hasn’t changed since and is still the accepted industry standard.
No need for a physics lesson.
Correct, that is the quick easy formula to arrive at a Horse Power figure.
Horse Power can absolutely be measured.
Gimmie11 stated Horse Power doesn’t exist.
Horse Power is a real tangible unit of measurement. Work over Time.
One Horsepower is defined as 33,000 lb-ft / minute...
This is a bit tough to answer.
Getrag rates their transmission by GVWR. The MT-82 is used in many fleet type vehicles, trucks buses you name it. If memory serves me correctly I believe the MT-82 is rated at 750 foot pounds @ 8000 GVWR. I haven’t taken the time to figure out the conversion to a...