We usually put 3 people on the back of the car while on the dyno. There is a video clip on our website for the 1092 rw hp sae dyno pull. You can see my 3-guys traction control sitting on the back of the car.
CitySnake - the car actually hooks up pretty good from 3rd on up (boost only), depending on how you apply the power. This car owns a lot of Viper records at the track, both with the 6-speed and auto trans. It took us a while to figure out how to hook the car up. The final result after a lot of hard work is a car that can run low 9's consistently and makes it look easy - even with me driving /images/graemlins/smile.gif
Paolo - that is the dyno sheet for 907 rw hp SAE - this car is owned by Terry Ruot. I think you are asking about Jamie Parker's dyno numbers which were 900 rw hp actual and 1092 rw tq actual (889 rw hp SAE & 1083 rw tq SAE i think). I will try to upload them when I get time.
Parker's rear wheel torque is the highest we have been able to record. For some reason, the dynojet has a hard time measuring rear wheel torque once you get over 900 rw lb-ft. Our twins will always make more torque (50-150 rw lb-ft) over whatever peak rw hp number we get, fyi.
So it is anybody's guess on what the rear wheel torque number might have been on the 1092 rw hp dyno pull. At the end of the day, its the numbers at the track we are most interested in.