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    cumbria rr [gsi turbo]

    hi all,just thought ide post some pis of my car on the rollers as ive never ad 1 on be for.it was so loud[quite scary] but good fun.the place i got it done was at kirkebride cumbria.
    use to drive arden blue gsi turbo.now sold
    239 bhp and 244 lb/ft
    bought astra cdti xp 150

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    Kirkbride on the Solway?? The post office there does the biggest sausage rolls I've ever seen

    Anyway how did it do??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffoeg
    Kirkbride on the Solway?? The post office there does the biggest sausage rolls I've ever seen

    Anyway how did it do??
    yea thats the 1,it only made 193 bhp,well below average.
    use to drive arden blue gsi turbo.now sold
    239 bhp and 244 lb/ft
    bought astra cdti xp 150

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    isnt 190 about right for a standard z20let - whos to say its 100% accurate anyway

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    i was looking for some were round about 200 bhp,ile get it up in time,i was told not to take that reading to serious as anything could affect it,air temp and so on.
    use to drive arden blue gsi turbo.now sold
    239 bhp and 244 lb/ft
    bought astra cdti xp 150

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    Rolling roads aren't an exact science and vary greatly. The can only measure the power at the wheels accurately, and the conversion to engine BHP is pretty much a mix of voodoo and guesswork.

    so don't read too much into it

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