[b][i]This would definately help us N/A guys hit the 250 mark! Maybe even higher!
Sounds like ricer math to me.
How could you hit 250 horsepower if you were N/A?
In theory, that would mean that our engines put out that much or more at the crank.
Bolt on mods (other than F/I) do not create horsepower, but only free it up. Therefore, if this were your last N/A mod, you'd be lucky to get 5 hp from it.
No engine in the world can be 100% efficient, therefore, you could never exceed the horsepower at the crank without F/I.
Slidr...before you open your mouth and poop out nonsense do some research. It is not ricer math. For instance, a stroker kit alone on our cars takes the engine to 220whp.
How hard do you think it would be to get to 250whp? Maybe with a header, Intake
manifold), Power FC, Exhaust...etc...
It is you who is the ricer my friend. Don't knock it if you don't know anything about it.
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Bottom line is, you are wrong. It's not an opinion, it's a fact.
Open a physics book and read a little about energy.
How in the hell will adding simple bolt-ons create horsepower?
It won't. It will free it up by allowing the engine to operate more efficiently. That's how it works. So even if you were to make the GTS engine 99.99999999% efficient, you would be putting down nothing close to 250 horsepower.
Unless there is a little motor, or some kind of mechanical device inside of your exhaust or Intake
that compresses air, or shoots some kind of jesus juice into your engine, there is no way on this fucking earth that you can make an engine more than 100% efficient, without modifying the internal aspects of the engine itself.
Yes, a stroker kit would allow you to do that, and the engine would actually create more power, but 250 is a ridiculous number that you arrived at with absoultely no calculations or regard for any scientific law in this universe.
So before you correct me, know what YOU are talking about.