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Just wondering what power the wheels are working with.
 

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anyone got a dyno chart of a scion tC?
 

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We thought the scion community would appreciate this This is the tc plot overlayed with a 1997 integra GSR w/ an AEM cold air intake. Notice that the whp numbers are very similar, and that in fact the hp powerbands are similar as well (albeit shifted by about 1000 rpm). The tC falls off towards the top, which could potentially be from lots of things (head flow, cams, etc). Best thing of all, the tC makes like 40 more tq throughout the entire powerband! A GSR weighs about 300 lbs less than a tC, so this will be a disadvantage, but the tC torque should help compensate.

Courtesy of the men at www.turboscion.com
 

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Sweet, thanks TCrazy.
 

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i think the 2az-fe puts out more power at the crank than specifed b/c thats only 13% drop for the manual, or am i wrong?
 

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Originally posted by QuadinScionTC@Aug 2 2004, 12:58 AM
i think the 2az-fe puts out more power at the crank than specifed b/c thats only 13% drop for the manual, or am i wrong?
it is indeed underrated. - t
 

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Originally posted by tckurt@Aug 5 2004, 05:52 PM
Ok I'm confused I thought scion est the WHP at 160
no, the 160 you see in the brochures and online........is flywheel HP........which means its calculated before the loss off the transmission and accesories. - t
 
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