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Old 12-22-2013, 09:17 PM   #2
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Theoretically, yeah... sure. HP is a function of engine speed and torque, which itself is determined by how much fuel you can burn (thus releasing energy) and how fast you could burn it.

BUT...

Since the X-71 series DD usually makes something in the area of 40hp/cylinder and 330hp is roughly twice that (~80hp/cylinder) I would be thinking that either:

a) Something got lost in translation,
b) Someone is lyin' his 4th point of contact off, or;
c) I don't want to be near that over-sized claymore when it's running.


EDIT: This is just an off-the-cuff opinion, which is subject to revision upon receipt of new information. I'm just saying that what I said is true, as far as I know.
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