Some vids range from 395-415 rwhp for 10R80., which is Impressive. So I wonder what would a 6spd come in at.Dunno. Never had a bonestock 10r80 GT on the dyno to compare advertised vs wheel.
This is Murika.. straight lines is all that matters haha.
Absolutely. PR is indeed the USA and our hotrodder brothers down there know their stuff. Smart, dedicated dudes for sure. One of my old neighbors who moved over here from he island was tuning the living crap out of a Mazda GLC. He totally opened my eyes to what could be done with a 8000+ RPM 4cyl. I never got to ride in it but it was a screamer. If someone handed that guy another bank of cylinders...holy shit.haha...puerto Rico been doin that chit for YEARS!
I actually laughed out loud at that comment. He has got to be one of the smartest and most obnoxious people out there making car related youtube content. If I ran into him, I don't know if I'd shake his hand or grab him by the collar and shake him.If I wanna watch a clown I'll go to the circus.
I don't know the exact numbers but this is pretty normal for a slush pump auto. Since there's almost certainly a looser converter than stock, there's probably even a couple more % going up in heat rather than going to the road.Someone mentioned 700 NA coyote....Do the math @ 20% loss puts you at 560 rwhp for 10R80.