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Old 24-08-2014, 08:01 AM
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Originally Posted by coupe fan View Post
And, yes, they did deactivate the rev limiter/speed limiter but I don't think that would affect the bhp.
As I posted earlier, the formula for calculating Horsepower is:

HP = (RPM * Torque in ft/ lbs) / 5252
Therefore if the engine can rev to 8,000rpm, without a big drop off in torque, it will give a higher bhp figure.
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