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Horsepower of A-series engines
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stock engine levels - Japan spec
9.0:1 compression ratio
peak HP @ 6000 RPM
peak torque @ 3600 RPM
(except GX, which is 6400 rpm, 4400 peak torque, 10.0:1)

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Measured at the flywheel I take it?

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AFAIK, if the power is stated in PS unit, it is on flywheel.

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I wonder where A14GX sits, based on a12GX numbers maybe at the top of the list.

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ALL factory power measurements are at the flywheel, even on the 2012 models. PS is the germany/japan DIN measurement, nearly the same as SAE HP.

A14T engine uses a stock A14 cylinder head with twin valve springs. Should be close to the 83 HP of the single-carb A14.

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0 HP@ 3600 rpm for the A12GX?

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A14 GX wins:

http://www.automobile-catalog.com/car ... ellent_sedan_1400_gx.html

Unless this is the L14 like the b110 excellent.

Power gross:

70 kW / 95 PS / 94 hp (SAE) / 6400

Torque gross:

120 Nm / 88 ft-lb / 4000

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That is the L14 GX with twin carbs. A14 "GX" (B210 A14T) is just a standard A14 with twin Hitachi sidies and a better cam. Same head as standard A14.

I like how the standard A14 makes more horsepower @ 3600 rpm than the A10 makes at peak 6000 rpm.

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Well if we oversimplify this and add the 15HP difference between the A12 and A12GX that would in theory bring an A14GX engine to 95HP.

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Except that there was no A14GX engine. Nissan Competition sold a big-port head suitable for A14, and called it the "GX Cylinder Head For A-series engine built from 7/73". But it was simply the factory stock A12T head with the factory B210 part number.

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This stock head won't deliver 95HP, you have to modify it. Nissan Competition sold one already done which they called the "Competition Head".

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