it just calculated that a yellow, 4 window, 2 door car with 20" wheels
with 2 wings and 37 stickers and 9" total exhaust size was making
a mear 942 hp (it didnt say if that was rwhp or at the crank)
sign me up!
all that with 15" wheels and no wing!! Bring it *****!!
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96 Sport '02 Explorer PI with ported heads, 90MM LMAF, DirtyDog Marauder TC, Lasota tune, Jmod, Magnaflow mid-mount with X, no cats. Urethane drivers motor mount. HIDs!
96 Mustang GT 5spd. w/ 248A Option (GTS). Stock for now until I get the Roush on.
97 Thunderbird 4.6L LX /w Sport Package
24k B&M Cooler, 1" lowered, Steeda UD Pulleys, Dynomax cat-back, J-mod, 3.73's, PI intake, PI cams, 03 GT MAF/Tube, SCT tuned - Gone but not forgotten.
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I thought you were serious.....Man that was funny.
Thanks.... most people miss the sarcasm
Funny thing is, I know some ricers that say because of the money they spend to get the stickers (not the stickers themselves) they have approximately 5-10 more hp per sticker they get. I dunno... I've poured money into motors, and only gained a few. Maybe I should start applying the stickers that come with the parts
2008 Nissan 350Z Grand Touring
2010 Ford F150 Lariat
a bunch of motorcycles
(haven't come across my dream 97 Tbird yet)
So, wait a minute. Is this proof that all the ricers were actually right??? I think I'd need to see some actually proven numbers first, but I'm buying into this.
Now, do you think NOS stickers yield more horsepower than my looney tunes that I have on my car right now? 'Cause if I can swap 'em for higher performance stickers, I'd like to go to the track this weekend and find out if this horsepower calculator is actually right.
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