Here are the results: 137whp & 111wft-lbs. This is with 103 octane unleaded gas. I don’t really trust the A/F ratio measurements. The tool they use for that is a little suspect, since it was barely even stuck in the tailpipe. After the dyno, I used a friend’s wideband O2 and the results were much richer.
So, this is pretty much in line with what Toyota said for the 20V blacktop, 165hp at the flywheel: (1 – 137/165) * 100% = ~17% drivetrain loss. Which is about right for the AW11 drivetrain.
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