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pagani 11-11-2011 07:33 AM

First customer lexus lfa on dyno bonestock
 
Lexus LFA #3 (first one to goto customer) on a Dyno Dynamics at Forged Performance.

Results 451rwhp which translate to about 18% drivetrain lost. = 532.18 or so.

nthfinity 11-11-2011 12:15 PM

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Originally Posted by pagani (Post 878683)
Lexus LFA #3 (first one to goto customer) on a Dyno Dynamics at Forged Performance.

Results 451rwhp which translate to about 18% drivetrain lost. = 532.18 or so.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMQ0UmMCSbg

That is an awful lot of driveline loss for a car with so many light weight components; from the flywheel, to the driveshaft, to the brakes, lighter wheels etc. etc.

We just dyno'd a Camaro with a tighter final ratio; and it was 12.7% Driveline loss. Of course, there are a lot of variables that change from a controlled engine dyno room, to a Mustang Dyno... from temperatures, to humidity, and flow properties.

RC45 11-11-2011 03:28 PM

451rwhp?

LOL :lol: -its barely more powerful than a stock C6 Z06 ;)

Doesn't a stock Audi V10 R8 kick the LFA's backside?

pagani 11-11-2011 06:31 PM

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Originally Posted by RC45 (Post 878688)
451rwhp?

LOL :lol: -its barely more powerful than a stock C6 Z06 ;)

Doesn't a stock Audi V10 R8 kick the LFA's backside?

They state it's alower reading dyno

yg60m 11-23-2011 09:15 AM

Nice sound ! :)

T-Bird 12-07-2011 10:25 PM

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Originally Posted by nthfinity (Post 878687)
That is an awful lot of driveline loss for a car with so many light weight components; from the flywheel, to the driveshaft, to the brakes, lighter wheels etc. etc.

We just dyno'd a Camaro with a tighter final ratio; and it was 12.7% Driveline loss. Of course, there are a lot of variables that change from a controlled engine dyno room, to a Mustang Dyno... from temperatures, to humidity, and flow properties.

most shops can't afford that kind of equipment... places like lingenfelter and AMS can but it took them time to get there

RC45 12-08-2011 01:42 AM

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Originally Posted by pagani (Post 878689)
They state it's alower reading dyno

Yep - C6Z06 on a Mustang dyno is abotu 450rwhp ;)

pagani 12-08-2011 05:50 PM

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Originally Posted by RC45 (Post 879243)
Yep - C6Z06 on a Mustang dyno is abotu 450rwhp ;)

So it could have a higher power figure on a diffrent type of dyno
But who's give a shit about dyno numbers

RC45 12-08-2011 06:01 PM

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Originally Posted by pagani (Post 879248)
So it could have a higher power figure on a diffrent type of dyno
But who's give a shit about dyno numbers

Then why the obsession by the LFA guy to post his numbers? LOL :lol:

Bet he has buyers remorse when Toyota voids his warranty for using Launch Control. ;)

pagani 12-08-2011 06:42 PM

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Originally Posted by RC45 (Post 879250)
Then why the obsession by the LFA guy to post his numbers? LOL :lol:

Bet he has buyers remorse when Toyota voids his warranty for using Launch Control. ;)

I guess some people like numbers the best thing of the video is the sound the lfa makes
And i don't if the lfa has been properly run and how many miles it has done
It could be a very fresh barely run in engine.
:-):thumbup:


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