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Old May 15th, 2004, 10:30 AM   #1
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SteVTEC! Need your help with this Dyno Sheet!

Hey Steve,
need your help man.

This guy on the TSX forums who's from Australia hooked up a V-AFC II to his TSX, and then got it tuned. But their dynos don't use the SAE format we do here.

I was wondering if you knew how to convert it to our standards?

Here's the dyno:


And here's the link to the thread if you want:
http://www.acura-tsx.com/forums/show...426#post141426
(first post on second page, by EuroAccord13)

Thanks Steve!

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Old May 15th, 2004, 11:43 AM   #2
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Do a search for conversion for kilowatts and newton-meters to horsepower and torque respectively. I think SAE is only an American standard anyways. It would be really hard to convert since their measurements can be more conservative/aggressive in engine power vs. ours.
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Old May 15th, 2004, 12:03 PM   #3
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hehe steve already replied to the thread @ the TSX forums. Turned out to be a gain of 12.1whp.

Thanks again Steve
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Old May 17th, 2004, 07:25 PM   #5
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In order to change kilowatts to hp all you have to do is a simple math equation. One Watt moves exactly 745.6999 pounds one foot in one second. One hp moves 550 pounds one foot in one second. Taking that into account you do 745.6999 (ft-lb/sec){1 watt} / 550 (ft-lb/sec){1 HorsePower} = 1.355818. So that means to change the "Watt" numbers to hp numbers you simply multiply the kilowatt number by 1.355818. Ex) 126 Kw * 1.355818=170.833068hp..which rounds out to be around 171hp. To change hp numbers to Kw numbers you simply multiply by 0.737562121169655514235686500695521 ...or by 0.74(you'll get a close enough estimate). 171 Kw * 0.74= 126.54hp ......And that was your math lesson for today with Mr. Accordracer1
or you go to this website www.joshmadison.com/software/convert/ and download freewear which can covert lots of stuff.
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"YAUC" (Yet Another Unit Converter) is a great program for Palm PDAs.
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cool thanks man, you learn somethin new every day

..i was kinda due.. lol
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But does it convert it to SAE?
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But does it convert it to SAE?
nope, because SAE and STD are same units (horsepower)
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I don't think it's about the units of measurement....... I think it's about correcting the numbers to a consistent set of conditions, thereby eliminating some of the variables for comparison's sake.
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I really wish the world would use 1 standard of measurement, and also one universal language and so on, but I know it will never happen
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nope, because SAE and STD are same units (horsepower)
So it's not valid then since it's STD.
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STD & SAE are not same, but they measured in same units (horsepower). converter softwares convert from one units to another ones, like horsepower into watts, for torque its lbs/ft into nm.

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Yeah that I understand. But usually we take dynoes in STD with a grain of salt.
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"YAUC" (Yet Another Unit Converter) is a great program for Palm PDAs.
Do you have a link to a good unit converter for a Palm based PDA?



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"YAUC" (Yet Another Unit Converter) is a great program for Palm PDAs.
Do you have a link to a good unit converter for a Palm based PDA?
No, but I'll let you know if I find one.
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No, but I'll let you know if I find one.
I didnít know YAUC was an actual program, I thought it was a term for one . Provide a link next time damn it .



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BTW: Those are some good gains on that TSX.



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