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Nov 30, 11:37pm - #340064 
STUPID QUESTION

the tpr says it can get a celica gts to 179 whp but i thought the gts game with 180horsepower standard.

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Nov 30, 11:40pm - #340065 
180 bhp stock...


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Nov 30, 11:44pm - #340066 
then what is 180whp equal to in bhp

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Nov 30, 11:45pm - #340067 
about 158-164 ish...

im not 100% sure


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Dec 1, 2:08am - #340068 
Originally Posted by Haggard
about 158-164 ish...

im not 100% sure


I don't think that the bhp is lower than the whp.


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Dec 1, 2:19am - #340069 
well correct me if im wrong, but i think theres a 15-20% loss between bhp and wheel hp.


bhp is at the crank and whp is at the wheels

and remember, there is no such thing as a stupid question
















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Dec 1, 2:28am - #340070 
whp should be lower then bhp

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Dec 1, 4:21am - #340071 
i read his question wrong, 180 whp would be like 196-200 bhp or around there


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Dec 1, 12:37pm - #340072 
ok thx guys smile

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Dec 1, 12:39pm - #340073 
Originally Posted by JBing
well correct me if im wrong, but i think theres a 15-20% loss between bhp and wheel hp.


bhp is at the crank and whp is at the wheels

and remember, there is no such thing as a stupid question


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Dec 1, 6:42pm - #340074 
Yeah, what they said smile

180 stock at the block
160 +/- at the wheels


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Dec 1, 6:44pm - #340075 
how can the GTS have 180BHP? BHP = "Boost Horsepower", as in the car is under boost from a turbo or supercharger.


Correct me if im wrong?


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Dec 1, 6:51pm - #340076 
BHP = Block Horse Power, in this case smile


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Dec 1, 6:57pm - #340077 
i thought bhp was brake horse power...?

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Dec 1, 7:05pm - #340078 
Damn spineyes

First off BHP= BRAKE HORSEPOWER.

Brake horspower is basically measure of an engine's horsepower without the loss in power caused by the gearbox, generator, water pump and other paristic effects. When you read the specifications from dealers, they always tell you the BHP.

The actual horsepower delivered to the driving wheels is less. The actual horspower delivered to the wheels is called
WHP= Wheel Horspower. The true way to find out WHP is run it on a dyno.


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Dec 1, 7:07pm - #340079 
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Dec 1, 10:27pm - #340080 
for something as easy as this, its turned into quite the explanation...lmao!

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Dec 2, 4:36am - #340081 
just recently got the new import tuner

they modifiend a celica GTS

base it put down about 158WHP

the SE-R they put it up against was 148WHP

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Dec 2, 4:36am - #340082 
just recently got the new import tuner

they modifiend a celica GTS

base it put down about 158WHP

the SE-R they put it up against was 148WHP.

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Dec 2, 5:42am - #340083 
yeah just read that too, this morning...

adding the Intake and exhaust gave it only 9 hp, for the money ud spend on the Intake and exhaust is 9 hp worth it?

haha


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Dec 2, 8:39am - #340084 
Brake horse power... Always thought it was block! tongue

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Dec 2, 8:43am - #340085 
9 hp is still better than nothing that just means our cars are desighned reall well from the factory when you can free up more hp


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