How many horsepower does a 1986 Chevy tuned port injected motor have?
Depends on whether it's a 305 or 350...
Depends on which motor you have. 3.1 liter: 175-185 horsepower 3.4 liter: 185-190 horsepower 3.8 liter (non-supercharged): 200-205 horsepower 3.8 liter (supercharged): 260 horsepower Most engines were tuned/detuned depending on models throughout GM's different vehicles. Although some slipped out with more horsepower.
turbocharger or motor swap is the most effective way, but expensive. otherwise you can just do the basics with a cold air intake, headers, full exhaust. this is cheapest. but you can also put on a bigger throttle body, aftermarket intake manifold, get the cylinder head ported, install a lighter cam, get your ecu chipped and tuned, or just build the whole motor.
the Mercedes 5.0 liter 500 engine is used in several vehicles and the horsepower is tuned differently for each models application. Typically the horsepower range for that engine is around 300 for example the hp in the G500 is 292. That engine usually carries a torque rating of around 330lb ft the G500 has 336lbft
it depends upon the cars cc(s) if the car is of 100cc it means it is of 1 horsepower if 200cc its 2 horsepower so like that you can identify the horsepower of an car OK Actually, CC stands for Cubic Centimeters and has nothing whatsoever to do with converting that number to horsepower. A 500 cc engine may have 25, 35 or 55 horsepower depending on how it is tuned and if it has…
Horsepower and engine size (cc) are not related in the way you mean. A 32 cc engine could be one quarter horsepower or 3 horsepower depending on it's design and how it's tuned. In current Formula One racing, for instance, the engine size is 2.4 litres and many cars produce over 730 hp. - In an average sports car of 2.4 litres you may get 120 hp.
Last year of the drop case chassis, your lookin at 125-135hp depends on how you have it tuned. Take 2 mm out of the oil pump linkage and back the tps to 80% gain, that will help get the best out of a stock sled. Also push your motor forward and add a shim to the secondary clutch and it will rock. good luck!