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Old 06-23-2011, 04:39 PM   #1
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Question? Horse power on the supercharged zr1. Is that rear wheel or flywheel?
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The ratings are usually from the flywheel.
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Question? Horse power on the supercharged zr1. Is that rear wheel or flywheel?
638 SAE Flywheel
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Thanx for the info. It's what i thought, however in adds it's not stated.

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Manufacturers data are always SAE corrected flywheel numbers.

ZR1's make 540ish rwhp on a Dynojet, SAE corrected. Mine did 541.
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