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It depends why you are comparing them. If you are playing top trumps in the pub then BHP (PS) is a good measure of an engines peak output. However, this doesn't tell the whole story. Power to weight ratio is a good measure of how an actual vehicle will perform but again, it doesn't tell the whole story. Essentially, if you are looking to compare just one ...


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Whilst technically a car has more power in colder air because the relative density of colder air is greater and therefore contains more oxygen than warm air, it should not cause the behavior you describe. It sounds to me like one of the sensors your ECU uses is faulty. My first port of call would be to have a diagnostic scan done which will pinpoint any ...



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