Big numbers and torque from hell......congrats bud.
Personal Best: coming soon!!
torque monster!!! how the hell do you get anything to hook up with #'s that high that soon? like driving on snot impressive nonetheless man, wow!
Challenger Mods: PWR 393, Mean Street heads, Procharger D1 pushing 11+psi, SHR Nag1, DSS 1400 axles and drive shaft, SHR trans but with Paramount Dominator and stage2 valve body to finally be error code/limp mode free. BBS CH-R's and custom splitter with 2011 front spoiler. AAC SMD halos, 3K fog lights, white stripes, cervini wing, hotchkis springs, custom 10" sub w/ kicker amp, sequential tail lights.
2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8 Procharger D1 Supercharger: 10.895 @ 126.720 MPH
Silver & Black 2009 Challenger SRT8 6 speed LP# SN8KEATR, 734 RWHP & 745 Torque, Cobras near Ft. Bragg and Ft. Lewis BEWARE!!!
My Mods: Arrington Performance 426 Long Block w/ 10.3:1 CR, Magnacharger @ 12 PSI, Magnaflow Catback, Arrington CAI, Diablosport Predator, 180 T-STAT, Hurst Short Shifter, Oil Catch Can, RazorsEdge Strut Tower Brace, Hotchkis Front and Rear Sway Bars, KW Stage 2 Coilovers, Black Chrome Dipped Stock SRT8 Rims, Kooks LT Headers, RazorsEdge Subframe Connectors, Arrington Performance 90mm TB, and Dyno Tuned by A.J. at Arrington Performance.
Any track numbers from this Beast yet?
Jose---2008 Jeep SRT 8 SBM
Mods: 4" Bwoody CAI/FRI Little Boy Cam/SLP UD Pulley/CORSA Exhaust/SW 1 7/8" Headers/Black Ops Ported intake manny/Arrington 90MM TB/Diablo Trinity/Diablotoona CMR Toon/Innovate XD-16 with LC-1/Jet 180* T-Stat
Awesome numbers!! Congrats and you have quite an animal on your hands. Looking forward to your feedback after some driving time on the street and strip.
Nice job A.J. and team Arrington!!
Mods: Arrington 426 forged 10.3:1, Magnacharger 12lbs boost, Kooks Stepped LT headers/HF CATs, Corsa Sport cat-back, 90mm Arrington billet throttle body, 4" Glen-made CAI, Eibach sways, Mopar Coil-overs, 22" KMC Nova's, CBD carbon Hood, MyGig, engine bling.
Performance Team: HalfFast Performance (Chris-"fargo59"), Eastway Dodge (AdamC), BFNY (Erik-"hemi31"), Arrington (Eric, AJ & Don)
Power: 690 RWHP / 718 TQ
Track: 10.87 @129mph w/1.63 60'
Awesome car! Look at all the big boys in this thread. I want a 426!
2012 Dodge Charger R/T Road & Track, Super Track Pak, DiabloSport 91 Tune, Borla S-Type Exhaust, BT Catch Can, K&N Filter, Serious Metals Strut Bar
Well ... beautiful car, and good #'s, but it's SAE power & torque, not DIN power & torque...
So I'll say at least -10% for rwhp & rwtq, so ~660rwhp for a 426@12PSI is not so amazing...
MODS : S/C 2.8 Kenne-Bell, TRINITY (Johan's tune), DYNATECH long header, MOPAR cat-back
22"x 10" & 265/35x22
500rwhp & 442 to 480lbs from 2000 to 6200rpm
Real muscle cars don't have Cummins
1st off, we are in America not Europe (DIN is the European standard), so SAE is the standard here.
2ndly, to find DIN, you multiply SAE by 1.0139, therefore 734 RWHP x 1.0139 = 744 RWHP DIN and 744 RWTQ x 1.0139 = 754 RWTQ DIN. The results are higher in the DIN standard! I could say na nee na nee boo boo, I'm better than you you, stick your head in doo doo, but I won't, I won't.
THIS IS MERIKA DANGIT, AND I'M A FREEDOM LUVIN, RED BLOODED, IGNANT, AND RUDE, DON'T FORGET RUDE MERIKAN!!! Lol!
Last edited by Jadera; 04-15-2012 at 08:57 AM.
hmmm.... I see "SAE power" on your pic, not "Rear Wheels power"...
Take a look on Wikipedia and you'll see that's not the same...
Maybe it's just a unit mistake on the pic, but if not, you have less than 734hp on the rear wheels... (because of transmission loss)
(Sure, I'm just a damn' frenchie.. but I luv US big blocks, with big "Rear Wheels HP" #s ... )
Engine Dyno Operation
- For testing on an engine dyno, remove the motor from the car. Hook the engine up to one of several different types of machines that measure power created at the engine's crankshaft by causing the engine to operate an external machine. The most common of these devices is the water brake dyno, which uses a fluid coupling to perform work on a pump used in measuring engine power.
Chassis Dyno Operation
- A chassis dyno measures the actual amount of power the car is putting to the ground at the wheels. You do this by putting the car on rollers, which spin in the opposite direction of the car's wheels, keeping the car in place. The rollers measure how much torque a given rpm creates in a given gear. The vehicle's horsepower is calculated from the torque measurement. The main advantage here is that the dyno run can happen while the engine is still in the car.
Power Measurement Differences
Read more: How the Chassis Dyno Relates to the Engine Dyno | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/facts_7855615_ch...#ixzz1s7HrwBkK
- Engine and chassis dynos return different power numbers because the chassis dyno must also compensate for the power lost through the car's transmission and other drivetrain components. Engine dynos are said to measure power "at the crank," or "at the flywheel." For a chassis dyno, power is measured "at the wheels." The wheel horsepower figure will always be lower, though the exact percentage varies car to car, and dyno to dyno.
Pierre and A.J. Hemituner were well aware of my goal to get to 700 RWHP when they started my build and Arrington Performance's dyno measures at RWHP as was told by them. To verify my numbers I double tapped them at a Mustang performance shop (I know, I know blasphemy!) called Competition Auto of Spring Lake, NC., which also measures at RWHP and they gave me the same numbers! To beat a dead horse, I also talked to Josh at HHP and he said that he could achieve similar numbers at the wheel with my set up. So if I divide that by .85 (manual transmission) I get about 864 crank or at the flywheel IAW the SAE standard!
Crazypete, i'm just ribbing ya, its all in fun, but na nee na nee boo boo!
Last edited by Jadera; 04-15-2012 at 09:48 AM.
I know you're kiddin' me
But just for the knowledge :
- SAE is, at first, an engine dyno test protocol, without accessories (or just a few) and, exhaust system ; DIN is also an engine dyno test protocol, but with all the OEM accessories and exhaust system, that's why SAE numbers are a little higher than DIN numbers.
- yes, US hp are a little higher than metric hp (746W vs 736W *the 1.0139 factor ), but you can give a DIN or SAE power in US hp, metric hp, or kW... SAE & DIN are only protocols, not units.
- and (the horse is not dead, it's still moving...), tell Pierre or/and A.j to change title on their graphs : SAE power is NOT a Rear Wheel Power.
PS : some chassis dyno can measure DIN power, with a manual trans car.
who gives a schit about sae or Din. Take it to the track already.. IMO you are arguing the difference between a metric or a standard socket. Dynos are for tuning. The timeslip wont lie....