Possible to reach 200 lb-ft of torque without boost?
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    Possible to reach 200 lb-ft of torque without boost?

    I was wondering if it's possible to reach my 200lbs of torque goal on my si without boost. I got it cause I wanted something not to fancy so I could start modding and also learn alot more about working on cars in the process. Always been into cars but always had my father in law work on all my cars. I can do alot of basic stuff and have helped many times on doing things like pulling motors out but most of what I do is someone telling me take this bolt out and that one etc. So in an effort to learn more I want to know what it will take to reach 200lbs of torque without boost considering I think it will take quite a few things to get it up there. Has anyone done this or know what it would take?

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    200lbs on the wheels ? no...

    but 200lbs on the fly ? yes, it's possible
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    What makes it impossible to get 200lbs to the wheels?

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    you will need supercharger kit or turbo
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    for a fwd, front engine car like a civic, an average of 20% drive train loss is normal, it's why stock civic si dyno average at 165whp

    link: 2012 civic si k24z7 baseline dyno results/chart
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    I think it's possible with enough work. What's the highest wtq you seen Team3d? I've seen high 180's, 10 more has to be possible.
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    depends on the locations, east coast with colder climate at near sea level have much higher dyno # than our dry & hot west coast desert
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    this is from prl motorsport.... of course, for people that is new to this.... they will be impress with this dyno, you & i knows prl did not correct the results to SAE, and that is how you fool the noobs...

    the blue line is SRI, zdx throttle body, rbc with port match with custom exhaust


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    link: Dino's 1st Evo X Dyno - EvoXForums.com - Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Forums


    this is a great example of uncorrected to sae, from std to sae will have less % change
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    If 200 isnt possible is at least 185 possible? Wanna push the limits of this thing without boosting. I plan on boosting 2 or 3 years from now but I wanna get as good a start possible.

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