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What are the HP/TQ #'s for TR, 512TR, & 512M

Discussion in 'Boxers/TR/M' started by Mark(study), Feb 28, 2004.

  1. Mark(study)

    Mark(study) F1 Veteran

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    What are the HP and torque numbers for all the Testarossa's?

    Does anyone know the torque for the Gallardo?

    Sorry about all the pics but I've been dreaming of a 500hp TR that's a little smaller and could be used for a daily driver. Just playing with the numbers and seeing if I can get use to the shape.
     
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  3. Mark(study)

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    TR Mirelli Ignition 390 HP
    512 Bosch Ignition 428 HP
    512 M got to 440 HP
    Gallardo 500 HP


    512M used the Bosch also but bumped Compression to 10.2:1 and added Titanium Con rods to gain another 12 HP + get 440 HP

    Now I'd like to find the weight and torque numbers?
     
  4. Mark(study)

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    I just found my numbers..


    TR Maximum torque 490 Nm (50 kgm) Dry weight 1600 kg

    512tr Maximum torque 491 Nm (50.1 kgm) Dry weight 1595 kg

    512M Maximum torque 500 Nm (51 kgm) Dry weight 1630 kg

    Gallardo Max. torque : 510 Nm at 4500 rpm Dry Weight : 1430 kg


    TR Dimensions (l x w x h) 4485 x 1976 x 1130 mm
    Gallardo Dimensiions ( l x w x h ) 4300 x 1900 x 1165 mm
     
  5. Mark(study)

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    so how about the numbers for a 8, 10, 12 ?


    TR 390hp torque 490 Nm (50 kgm) Dry weight 1600 kg

    512tr 428hp torque 491 Nm (50.1 kgm) Dry weight 1595 kg

    512M 440hp torque 500 Nm (51 kgm) Dry weight 1630 kg

    360 400hp torque 373 Nm at 4750 rpm Dry Weight 1,290 kg

    Gallardo 500hp torque 510 Nm at 4500 rpm Dry Weight 1430 kg




    TR Dimensions (l x w x h) 4485 x 1976 x 1130 mm
    Gallardo Dimensiions ( l x w x h ) 4300 x 1900 x 1165 mm
    360 (l x w x h ) 4,477 mm-176.3 width 1,922 mm H 1,214 mm
     
  6. Mark(study)

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    I added the 355 stats, also interesting that the 355 is the only one as small as the Gallardo.

    TR 390hp torque 490 Nm Dry weight 1600 kg

    512tr 428hp torque 491 Nm Dry weight 1595 kg

    512M 440hp torque 500 Nm Dry weight 1630 kg

    355 380hp torque 363 Nm at 6,000 rpm Dry Wieght 1,350 kg

    360 400hp torque 373 Nm at 4750 rpm Dry Weight 1,290 kg

    Gallardo 500hp torque 510 Nm at 4500 rpm Dry Weight 1430 kg


    TR (l x w x h) 4485 x 1976 x 1130 mm
    Gallardo ( l x w x h ) 4300 x 1900 x 1165 mm
    360 (l x w x h ) 4,477 x width x 1,922 mm x 1,214 mm
    355 (l x w x h ) 4,250 x 1900 x 1170 mm
     
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  8. WILLIAM H

    WILLIAM H Three Time F1 World Champ

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    I thought the 512M was supposed to be lighter than the 512TR
     
  9. Mark(study)

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    I did also, but then I got to thinking... maybe the engine in the M is lighter but the overall car has added some weight?

    I'll try to find a second set of numbers.

    I think I found these at www.red-headed.com
     
  10. greg512tr

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    Are those HP numbers to the rear wheel?
     
  11. 512Professore

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    It is interesting that the published dry weights vary considerably, depending which reference is used. I have never actually had my 512TR on the scales at Road Atlanta or Roebling Road, but that would certainly tell the truth.

    From a factory press kit for the 512TR, it states that the dry weight is 1,473Kg.(U.S. version 1,517Kg.)

    I have seen various dry weight numbers published for the 512M, and they are scattered all over the place, but, the 512M is slightly heavier due to the front bonnet being made of fiber glass instead of aluminum in the 512TR, plus the M has more interior leather trim, which made add a pound or two at max, and the 512M has ABS brakes, so that will add a couple more pounds as well. From the factory sales brochure on the 512M, it states a "kerb weight" of 3208 lbs.

    Typically, dry weight means no fluids in the car, engine, cooling, etc., but I have seen that Ferrari defines "dry weight" as a car with all running fluids except for gasoline.

    Keep the Rubber Side Down....
     
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  13. Mark(study)

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    HP numbers are the marketing stats from Ferrari.

    Does any company release HP in their marketing data as rear wheel? Maybe Ford GT?

    www.ferrari.com
    512 TR
    Engine:
    Longitudinal, mid-mounted flat-12, light alloy cylinder block and head
    Bore & Stroke:
    82 x 78 mm
    Unitary and Total Displacement:
    411.92/4,943.04 cc
    Compression Ratio:
    10:1
    Max. Power Output:
    428 bhp at 6,750 rpm
    Timing Gear:
    4 valves per cylinder, twin overhead camshafts per cylinder bank
    Fuel Feed:
    Bosch Motronic M 2.7 electronic injection
    Ignition:
    Bosch Motronic M 2.7 electronic
    Transmission:
    Dry, single-plate clutch, 5-speed gearbox + reverse, lamellar limited-slip differential
    Chassis:
    Tubular
    Front Suspension:
    Independent, double wishbones
    Rear Suspension:
    Independent, double wishbones, 4 dampers
    Brakes:
    Ventilated discs, vacuum servo
    Steering:
    Rack and pinion
    Length:
    4480 mm
    Width:
    1976 mm
    Height:
    1135 mm
    Wheelbase and Front/ Rear Track:
    2,550/1,532/1,644 mm
    Dry Weight:
    1,473 kg
    Front Tyres:
    235-40 ZR 18
    Rear Tyres:
    295-35 ZR 18
    Fuel Tank:
    100 litres
    Top Speed:
    314 km/h
     
  14. WILLIAM H

    WILLIAM H Three Time F1 World Champ

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    No, flywheel. I had my 512TR on a shock dyno & she made 460 hp at the flywheel and around 390hp at the wheels
     

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