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Vilaingarnement1 10-07-2013 09:36 PM

Bonestock horsepower
 
I have one 2011 Ram 1500 Hemi and diff.3,92!Could anybody say to me how many Hp and does torque in back wheels bonestock?

moparmike07 10-07-2013 10:22 PM

You talking wheel or crank

Asur 10-07-2013 10:27 PM

Approximately 295-300hp and 315-325 torque at the wheels, depends on many factors but that would be it stock. You can usually calculate a 30% loss at the wheels with an Automatic Transmission, 25% loss with a manual. There are many other factors that can determine and contribute to the hp you will have at the rear wheels

Vilaingarnement1 10-07-2013 11:01 PM

The speed shop where i deal,have Mustang dyno!He put my bonestock truck on it and made 265rwp!Does it can?

TheSatinPumpkin 10-08-2013 09:18 AM

Does it Can?......................3rd gear run?

Grubrunner 10-08-2013 10:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Vilaingarnement1 (Post 1216635)
The speed shop where i deal,have Mustang dyno!He put my bonestock truck on it and made 265rwp!Does it can?

It can, does it?

Asur 10-08-2013 11:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vilaingarnement1 (Post 1216635)
The speed shop where i deal,have Mustang dyno!He put my bonestock truck on it and made 265rwp!Does it can?

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheSatinPumpkin (Post 1216876)
Does it Can?......................3rd gear run?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Grubrunner (Post 1216906)
It can, does it?

It does, but it can!

dodge man 10-08-2013 12:16 PM

I would say the loss for an automatic is getting better and is between 10% to 15% these days. It used to be considered 20%. Different dynos give different results. Mustang dynos are known for giving low numbers. That doesn't make them wrong.

My Challenger, which is a 5.7 hemi, has exhaust, a custom tune, catch can, and CAI put down 370hp and 410 ft-lbs at the rear wheels. Those numbers seem high to me compared to other people, it was probably a dyno that read a little high.

To answer your questions, I'd say a late model hemi truck would put around 330 hp at the rear wheels.

Asur 10-08-2013 01:15 PM

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Originally Posted by dodge man (Post 1216993)
I would say the loss for an automatic is getting better and is between 10% to 15% these days. It used to be considered 20%. Different dynos give different results. Mustang dynos are known for giving low numbers. That doesn't make them wrong.

My Challenger, which is a 5.7 hemi, has exhaust, a custom tune, catch can, and CAI put down 370hp and 410 ft-lbs at the rear wheels. Those numbers seem high to me compared to other people, it was probably a dyno that read a little high.

To answer your questions, I'd say a late model hemi truck would put around 330 hp at the rear wheels.

This 2011 got 306rwhp and 331rwtq completely bone stock

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YI_GXR-Xr0

This 2011 got 318rwhp and 334rwtq and not stock it had a K&N CAI, Dynatech Supermaxx LT headers w/ Magnaflow Cats, FM 50HD dual out exhaust and stock 3.55 gears

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7lkfF_EnnU

2010 all stock, Ripp says the test they get out of this 2010 will be basically the same for 09-11

once the engine gets hot the RWHP falls from 290 down to around 267.

OP wants info on his 2011, says he got 265 which coincides with this information from RIPP

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GC8KCFvCNI

roo 10-08-2013 03:34 PM

Asur I think you nailed the heat related loss, heat soak is pretty bad with these new HEMIS. So many variables with just 1 dyno run.


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