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This is a discussion on Does My Rwhp and Crank Horse power make sense?? within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by OffRoadWagon I'm guessing if you put a 1000hp ej20 into an otherwise stock wrx, it would indeed ...

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    Originally posted by OffRoadWagon
    I'm guessing if you put a 1000hp ej20 into an otherwise stock wrx, it would indeed wreak havoc on the drivetrain components. My best guess is that it won't continue to be a 25% drivetrain loss, cause the entire drivetrain is going to be differenct. I'm sure you'd replace it all with light weight, high strength stuff, all carbon fiber and titanium and stuff.
    My point was that the energy loss of 250hp (assuming it was still a 25% loss) would create so much heat that it would wreak havoc on any drivetrain.
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    not to be a jerk, but are those number a little low for the mods you have? my friends STI made 301awhp on a dynapack on 93oct. w/ utec, catless TBE, intake silencer removed, and a BOV (good for like 50hp at least!!).

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    every dyno is different... what di he dyno stock? I got over 50 hp woth those mods

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    i dont think he ever made a baseline dyno run. so maybe he just had high hp from the start. who knows

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    yes

    could be or... the dyno just had didd #'s. I have seen dynos for stock sti's dyno at 240-250 at wheels and some between 225-230 at wheels..

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