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  • About Fla Steve
    Have oil in my viens, a 62 Vette and 55 Chevy w/510 CI motor.
    Deland Florida
    Working on cars and riding my Motorcycle-Kawasaki Nomad.
    Retired from Air Force, served 25 years.
    Vehicle Info
    Jag/XKR/2000 Platinum Coupe. 90 XJS Vert
    Country of Residence
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    2000 XKR Coupe
    90 XJS V12 Convert, 92 XJS V12 Face-lift Coupe
    65 S-Type Custom 2 Door Short Wheel Base


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 10:35 AM
  • Join Date: 10-30-2010
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  1. TreVoRTasmin
    08-28-2018 12:10 PM - permalink
    Yeah, I believe that is what they are called. The stock 1997 wheels. Where are you at as I doubt they are really worth shipping.
  2. 04-08-2011 11:46 AM - permalink
    Thanks. Glad it's higher than expected. It is what it is, but being an engineering type gear-head I like to compare it to what is out there today. Such as the new 5.0L Ford Mustang Boss engine at 444HP.
  3. Count Iblis
    04-08-2011 03:15 AM - permalink
    Hi Fla Steve, the 370 rating was DIN. I dont rememeber the exact specifics of the correction factors and testing conditions, but I DO remember that the anciliaries such as alternator and power steering pumps were replaced by idlers. A rough conversion that seems to work is that SAE is 98% of DIN rated horse power. The EEC rating is even lower!
    SO 370 Bhp was DIN, 363 Bhp was SAE, for the AJ33 400 Bhp was DIN, 387 bhp was EEC and SAE was about 391 Bhp.
    You see a similar story for Porsches- the 993 Turbo from 1995 was rated at 408 Bhp DIN, and 400 Bhp SAE! This is a far cry from the highly optimistic SAE figures from the late 60s

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