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12a Bridge making 200hp @ rear wheels? (230-250 @ fly / engine)
Submitted by CozmoNz on Saturday, January 22, 2005 - 4:46am

Is this at all possible?

mate of mine reackons hes getting a ke30 rolla with a 12a bridgeie making 200hp...

from what ive heard about rotors, it seems that they have a low torque output (the 12a anyway) without a turbocharger bolted to it.

and since power = torque x rpm... a carbie 12a dosnt seem like an engine capiable of pushing out the same sort of power mazda had from the stock 13b twin turbo....

is he bullshitting, or is this quite possible?

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i say quite possible, i dont
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January 31, 2005 - 9:21am
i say quite possible, i dont know about 200hp because i dont know his set up or anything but u dont really need a turbo on a rotary to make it fly
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A 12A Big bridgeport (J-Port)
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February 21, 2005 - 6:01am
A 12A Big bridgeport (J-Port) with IDA-48 and free flow exhaust can easily reach 200bhp. A more most "rally tarmac" spec engine would be about 190bhp.
Pretty difficult and hot to use on raod through
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