I'm a bit skeptical of the ad I saw for an SSR on ebay that stated the car has 640hp.
It it possible?
It's the same play on words Chevy used when advertising our SSRs at 390hp for the automatics and 400hp for the 6 speeds. It actually isn't as much of a play on words as it is that they are on an engine dyno and they are talking about the LS2 engine vs the actual vehicle.Bca8ball claims well over 600 hp from his daily driver which I wouldn't doubt at all. I think that was crank hp not wheel, I didn't read the ebay listing.
Sweet Jesus!! That's just SICK! LOL!!! But in a good way LO!!!!!I am over 600 pounds of torque at the rear wheels. That makes it about 735 hp at the flywheel. The engine is an LS3, with a Magnusson Heartbeat 2.3 supercharger running 8 lbs of boost. With a max boost of 16 lbs, and figuring 20 hp per pound of boost minimum, I could be looking at 900 hp on the street. Not bad for a "daily driver".:jester
Right, especially if it's a daily driver where unleashing it can have serious consequences.And also, just because you have the power doesn't mean you have to use it all the time!:jester