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      10-07-2019, 10:09 PM   #1
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Say you sat directly next to a F10 M5 with 515 rwhp and 520 rwtq (mustang dyno) from a 80-140 run. No one moved a couple runs, same result from 70-150 as well.

What does that say about my 4 wheel HP? Does that mean I'm laying relatively down the same wheel power at all 4 wheels? Does that mean my engine is producing 5-10% more power due to drivetrain loss compared to the F10 M5 with only rear wheel drive?
Was an odd question I was posed with after some fun.
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