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Originally Posted by matty088
Shall we make a pool on what his number is? I say 325 if xdrive and 338 if not

These would be whp figures right? So just to see if my math is right, if we assume 15% drivetrain loss (as Dinan calculates), 338whp would translate to around 398bhp?
Algebra was a long time ago, but I calculated:
338whp = bhp(.85) > 85% being bhp minus 15%
338/.85 = bhp > divide both sides by .85
397.65 = bhp right? or am I off my rocker?