The actual horsepower rating will depend on many things, including compression ratios, induction method, exhaust method and tuning. Somewhere between 200hp and 1000hp is a rough guess.
about 425 to 500 hp
How much what? Horsepower, torque, ??? What do you want to know? It all really depends on your setup.
The 2009 Grizzly is available in several different horsepower configurations. The standard horsepower is 225. There were options for as much as 360 horsepower.
The 330ci has a horsepower rating of 225 for standard models. The performance package boost the horsepower to a rating 235.
The 2000 Chevrolet Z71 5.3 liter engine has a standard horsepower rating of 235 horsepower. The engine had options to increase the horsepower to is much as 365 horsepower.
The standard 3.8 liter V6 2003 Ford Mustang has 190 horsepower.
1970 Pontiac catalina coupe and sedan had a standard 350 255 horsepower the 400 was optional rated at 265 horsepower
The standard 3.5 liter V6 engine of the Infiniti G35 generates 260 horsepower. The turbocharged six speed version has 306 horsepower.
130 bhp as standard
02 fatty standard has 63 hp (47kw)
The standard horsepower of associated with a 1995 351 cubic and Ford engine is 215. The engine horsepower was available in several different options.
standard M code engine has 290hp.
The standard stock Chevrolet V-6 engine has 160 horsepower. The horsepower of a V-6 engine can vary greatly, due to many different factors.
== AnswerMy 1990 1.8 turbo has 169hp standard... ==
standard engine has about 280-345 horsepower ======================================================== A 1990 Ford Mustang 5.0 is rated at ( 225 horsepower from the factory )
It really depends on how it is built. Which heads, intake, and camshaft were used? What is the compression ratio? What exhaust system is being used? ALL of these things significantly effect how much horsepower it will make.
It means what you can normally expect to result; such as how much a recipe should produce.
A standard 1052 cc engine will typically produce between 30 and 35 horsepower. The displacement of an engine does not directly indicate how much power it produces, but is rather a general guideline.
1964 Standard 389 4bbl had 325 horsepower. Optional 389 Tri-power had 348 Horsepower
it has 160 rwhp on the standard v6 on the z28 v8 275 rwhp
The 1991-1997 Lincoln Town Car with the standard 4.6L engine has 210 horsepower if it has dual exhaust. Otherwise, the power is about 190 horsepower with the single exhaust.
I'm not sure on the vortec or turbo variations, but the standard 4.3 V6 from 1992 has 160 Horsepower and 230 (or 235) pound feet of torque
depends on the size of the headers and the size of the carb. low end.... 650 carb, small tube headers, you can expect about 275 horsepower
I am not positive, but I think its 195 for the automatic and 205 for the standard. I guess it may also depend on the year.