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02-11-2009 04:14 PM
Triple-H
Re: HP and TQ output?

I love mine!
That pic is Ganzo, pure breed Maine Coon Cat.
When he stands up on his back legs, he can put his chin on top of the kitchen counter...




02-11-2009 11:42 AM
Onehots2k
Re: HP and TQ output?

Hehe...I HATED cats until mine came along 2 years ago.
02-11-2009 09:27 AM
Triple-H
Re: HP and TQ output?

Quote:
Originally Posted by hargert
That is true if we can just get close to those torque numbers I will be pleased as a cat with a bag full of fat lame mice.
What a great line...

Here is The Man I live with






02-10-2009 05:30 PM
hargert
Re: HP and TQ output?

That is true if we can just get close to those torque numbers I will be pleased as a cat with a bag full of fat lame mice.
02-10-2009 05:25 PM
Onehots2k
Re: HP and TQ output?

Quote:
Originally Posted by S Tanaka
So I did a little research on the diesel Jettas earlier. They have 140hp and 238lb torque. Motortrend says the CR-Z will have 140hp. If that 268lb torque rumor is true, that would be awesome.
Wow..look at you! The one question that remains for me is the torque number? It dosent have to be 268lb tq to move. At 2800lb its still going to weight about 400lb+ less than a Jetta.
02-10-2009 02:46 PM
S Tanaka
Re: HP and TQ output?

So I did a little research on the diesel Jettas earlier. They have 140hp and 238lb torque. Motortrend says the CR-Z will have 140hp. If that 268lb torque rumor is true, that would be awesome.
02-06-2009 09:44 AM
Onehots2k
Re: HP and TQ output?

Quote:
Originally Posted by S Tanaka
I wouldnt mind a diesel at all. I almost went with the Jetta TDI over my GTI.
True. It seems to me like those TDI's get lower and lower every year. The problem is they keep adding power. Its **** near impossible to add power and efficiency in any type of fuel powered motor.
02-06-2009 06:58 AM
Triple-H
Re: HP and TQ output?

Quote:
Originally Posted by crz1nsider
Diesel in the usa will become more popular as vw, MB and honda (?) start to sell their new cars. But I also do not think it will blow up like hybrids did.
Diesel also is not as widely available as some people seem to think it is. I do a LOT of driving in the backwood areas of NYS, and when shopping for a truck to tow with I quickly decided, as powerful and nice as diesels are, they are kind of worthless if ya can't find fuel to put in them...



02-05-2009 02:27 PM
S Tanaka
Re: HP and TQ output?

I wouldnt mind a diesel at all. I almost went with the Jetta TDI over my GTI.
02-05-2009 12:04 PM
crz1nsider
Re: HP and TQ output?

Diesel in the usa will become more popular as vw, MB and honda (?) start to sell their new cars. But I also do not think it will blow up like hybrids did.



Quote:
Originally Posted by hargert
While the added power from diesel would give it a little more power I don’t think it would sell more to the masses. The truth is other then trucks diesel does not sell the numbers that plain old gas does.

I am hoping that the CRZ will get a performance enhanced IMA boost well over what any of the current hybrids have. With the ability of the boost to add torque at any RPM you could build a insanely fun car to drive with lots of response at any speed all the way up to the max. That is something that no standard car can offer, you always have to keep an eye on RPM and keeping the sweet spot.


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