I know Im knew, but your math is incorrect if it's actually a 20% drivetrain loss. When reading this post, I decided to setup the numbers in a proportion.0db said:Dynos really only measure torque - horsepower is calculated from that. Since they're mathematically dependent on each other, the factor you use to correct HP from wheel to crank is the exact same one you would use for torque.
For example, if you have some reason to believe that there is 20% driveline loss between flywheel and drive wheels, and you dyno at 300 hp and 200 lb.ft. of torque, multiply both values by 1.20 to yield your approximate flywheel numbers of 360 hp and 240 lb.ft. torque.
dark_rex said:what type of dyno did you dyno on?
if you know that, you can figure the number out.