All of the new Mazda MZR engines now come with S-VT (Sequential Valve Timing) which is just like Toyota's VVT and VIS (Variable induction system) which is very much like our VRIS. The roar that you're thinking about probably, is that of a honda VTEC engine.MX-Sixy Mama said:honda has vtec
toyota has vvt
what is mazda valve timing system called....you know that roar thats emitted at 45k rpms
and that 160 hp stock is that at the wheels or the flywheel?
A stock MX6 LS/Probe GT has 164 hp at the crank. This usually translates into 135-145 wheel hp when you run the car on a dyno. These numbers are based on the numerous dyno's I've seen on probetalk.com and on Ross Lapkoff's Ford Probe page.MX-Sixy Mama said:and that 160 hp stock is that at the wheels or the flywheel?
In a drag race, it's not just HP that wins the race. A lot of it is traction, weight, driver skill, transmission type.peteandhisnephe said:the whole hp thing really throws me off. Two of my buddys have 97 dsm one being gst and gsx. those are supposed to have 210 hp and i don`t understand why i can beat them if i only have 134 hp or watever that figure was (no memory) Confusing to me...
Just consider yourself a better driver and maybe you have one of those freak powerful KL03's that make 145 whp stock. :tup:peteandhisnephe said:Well the gsx i can get on a rolling start but that`s it. Gst i can take him anytime but now he is runnig like 16lbs of boost daily. Gsx is running thermal cat back, injen intake, test pipe, running stock lbs of boost that`s really it mostly bolt ons. The gst is the same thing but he is runnig apexi n1 exhaust with a down pipe. I have hot shot cai, short throw and unorthodox underdrive pulley.