Take a turbocharged vehicle, dyno runs put its output at 400 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. Applying 15% for driveline loss yields an actual output of 460 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. Now, take same vehicle, turn up the boost on the turbo. The dyno pulls now have the same exact vehicle rated at 600 hp and 600 lb-ft torque, apply 15% driveline loss, actual output is 690 hp and 690 lb-ft torque. Why does the loss increase with more horsepower? It’s the same exact car, just with the boost now turned up. The loss should be the same; whatever the horsepower number is, it’s the same driveline.
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