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  1. eleKtro is offline Contain Your Orgasms
    Location: Made in China
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    Default How much BHP on your Drive?

    Got this after looking at Piston Heads forum.

    Simply add up all the BHP of your cars and post the total.

    To get an average, Take the total and divide it by the amount of cars on your drive

    Peugeot 306 - 88 bhp
    Vauxhaul Vectra Estate - 121 bhp
    Ford Fiesta Mk4 - 90 bhp
    There are other cars but don't know what model they are, and the x2 tractors don't count, neither do bikes ( Lwsbrck)


    Total - 299 bhp
    Average - 99.66


  2. RB26DETT is offline Banned
    Location: Manila, Philippines
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    These are estimates, I don't know the actual HP of our cars today.

    Honda Civic VTi - 110 hp
    Toyota Corolla GLi - 100 hp
    Hyundia Starex - 120 hp

    average = 110hp

  3. Andreas¹ is offline Crazy Duck
     
    Location: Jönköping, Sweden
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    Peugeot 407 - ~161 bhp
    Ford Fiesta ~59 bhp

    Total - 220 bhp
    Average - 110 bhp

    I don't know how much bhp we have in our cars, but I searched them up, and this is what I got. Also not sure if my kW - HP worked xD


  4. ShadowGT is offline I <3 Boobies!
     
    Location: Melbourne, Australia
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    93 Ford Falcon Fairmont: 148kw (198HP)
    93 Ford Falcon GLi Wagon: 148kw (198HP)

    second car is my dads.

    Total: 296kw(396HP)
    Average: 148kw(198HP)

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  5. Y00 PAY is offline JizzedInMyCar
    Location: Jastrzebie Zdroj, Poland
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    94' Opel Astra F 1.6i - 71 bhp (don't know how much of those died..)
    00' Citroen Xsara Picasso 1.6 - 90 bhp (some of those are dead after 9 years, no doubt)

    Total - 161 bhp
    Average - 80.1 bhp


    Yeah, I know, that sucks... :/

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  6. Baldy is offline Wibble Wobble
      
    Location: Lancashire, UK
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    Audi S3 - 265BHP
    Range Rover Sport Supercharged - 385 BHP
    Ford Transit - 100BHP (i think)
    Ford Mondeo Titanium X - 175BHP

    Total= 925
    Average= 231.25

    Not bad really, i've counted the mondeo even though it's a friends, but it's been on the drive for two day's.
    Another insightful post by Baldy!!

    "Life is like a slush puppy, the longer you leave things the more they melt"


  7. YeOldeTDUMan is offline working too much
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldred »
    Audi S3 - 265BHP
    Range Rover Sport Supercharged - 385 BHP
    Ford Transit - 100BHP (i think)
    Ford Mondeo Titanium X - 175BHP

    Total= 925
    Average= 231.25

    Not bad really, i've counted the mondeo even though it's a friends, but it's been on the drive for two day's.
    Didn't you forget a car there ? ... Hans ?


    As to my 'drive' (I only have a parking space as i live in a flat) ...

    185 BHP
    I'd rather be topless !

  8. Shy Guy is offline Car Aficianado
    Location: England
    Posts: 3,188

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    Lincoln Navigator(2006) 330BHP
    Lexus LS400 256BHP
    Honda Oddassy 240BHP

    Total: 826BHP

    My dad has a lot more cars in his office(buisness man) but these are the ones my family used, my dad previously had a '77 Pontiac Bonneville, an Olds and Nissan Maxima and then the Lexus, now he uses the Lincoln until he gets a BMW X5/Range Rover Sport/Audi Q7/Infinity FX35/50(?) not sure about the infinity, probably he won't get it

  9. Car Freak is offline loves dirt too
    Location: Singapore
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    2006 Mitsubishi Grandis - 165bhp
    2001 Mazda 323 1.6 -109bhp

    Total: 274bhp
    Avg: 137bhp

    Figures used were manufacturer's when new. No idea how much has been lost


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  10. Baldy is offline Wibble Wobble
      
    Location: Lancashire, UK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hybrid_IV »
    Didn't you forget a car there ? ... Hans ?


    As to my 'drive' (I only have a parking space as i live in a flat) ...

    185 BHP
    No I didn't forget a car. I've no idea where Han parks her car but it will definitely not be on my drive way.
    Another insightful post by Baldy!!

    "Life is like a slush puppy, the longer you leave things the more they melt"


  11. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
    Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Posts: 8,136

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    BHP = Bike Hotness Power.

    I got one then

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  12. GTAMADDOG is offline Dreaming in Splendour
     
    Location: Twinned with Bréhal, Normandy.
    Posts: 2,338

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    Skoda Fabia VRS - 170BHP.
    VW Golf GTI 16v - 139BHP.
    Mazda 323F - 80-85BHP - All I could discover on Google.

    Combined - 394BHP.

    Keep in mind I don't know the specific outputs for either one besides the Skoda.

  13. KoenigseggBG is offline Made in 1994
     
    Location: Varna, Bulgaria
    Posts: 6,759

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    Hum...let`s see now...

    2004 Toyota Corolla 1.4 Sedan - 97 bhp

    Total - 97bhp
    Average - 97 bhp


  14. And3rs is offline Here for my yearly visit
    Location: Østfold, Norway
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    2009 Lexus IS220d - 177bhp
    Ford Ranger - 145bhp
    Suzuki XL7 - 109bhp

    Total - 431bhp
    Average - 143,67bhp






  15. Speedtouch is offline I Wish I Was Special.
    Location: England
    Posts: 1,402

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    Just 75.

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  16. CarboyZR1 is offline Asian
    Location: USA! USA! USA!
    Posts: 1,902

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    2001 Lincoln Navigator - 300BHP
    2000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class - 275BHP


    Total HP: 575
    Driveway HP: 287.5HP

  17. ExplosiveGoats is offline Car Aficianado
     
    Location: New York
    Posts: 1,736

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    Subaru Outback- 175 BHP
    BMW X5 4.4i- 315 BHP

    Total: 490 BHP
    Average: 245
    Last edited by ExplosiveGoats; 07/01/09 at 21:56 PM.


  18. HavockJoker is offline PGR4 Master
    Location: New Jersey, USA
    Posts: 1,532

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    2002 Audi S4 - 450 BHP
    2009 VW CC - 230 BHP
    97 VW Passat GLX - 210 BHP

    Total - 890 BHP
    Average - 296.6 BHP




  19. CarboyZR1 is offline Asian
    Location: USA! USA! USA!
    Posts: 1,902

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    Quote Originally Posted by RH12234 »
    Subaru Outback- 175 BHP
    BMW X5 4.4i- 315 BHP

    Total: 490 BHP
    Aren't you going to divide for your Driveway average?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shy Guy »
    Lincoln Navigator(2006) 330BHP

    Lexus LS400 256BHP

    Honda Oddassy 240BHP



    Total: 826BHP



    My dad has a lot more cars in his office(buisness man) but these are the ones my family used, my dad previously had a '77 Pontiac Bonneville, an Olds and Nissan Maxima and then the Lexus, now he uses the Lincoln until he gets a BMW X5/Range Rover Sport/Audi Q7/Infinity FX35/50(?) not sure about the infinity, probably he won't get it

    How'd you get 330 Horses from your Navigator? They only made 300 Horsepower @ 5000RPM.
    Last edited by CarboyZR1; 07/01/09 at 21:22 PM.

  20. Speedtouch is offline I Wish I Was Special.
    Location: England
    Posts: 1,402

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    I win for pure simplicity. One car. One number. One small dung-filled pile of power. One of the worst cars ever. One annoyed kid for having to learn to drive in it unless he pays for his own car, which of course he can't afford, because hes not rich, and he just quit his job, because it was hell.

    Welcome to my life. I advise you to leave as soon as physically possible.

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