Do some simple math, our cars are about 9 lb/hp. So it takes losing about 9 lb to gain the acceleration of 1 hp. Now of course weight loss is better than power gain alone since it improves handling. My somewhat coarse evaluation of being able to actually feel and notice a change is something like the weight of a peson ~150lb or very roughly 15 hp. Also losing weight on tires/wheels is more effective than losing no rotating mass but I am very skeptical of these somewhat arbitrary factors of 1 to 8 or 1 to 4 or whatever. I will try some simulation to see if I can get some better numbers.
E92 M3 | Space Gray on Fox Red | M-DCT | CF Roof | RAC RG63 Wheels | Brembo 380mm BBK |
| Vorsteiner Ti Exhaust | Matte Black Grilles/Side Gills/Rear Emblem/Mirrors |
| Alekshop Back up Camera | GP Thunders | BMW Aluminum Pedals | Elite Angels |
| XPEL Full Front Wrap | Hardwired V1 | Interior Xenon Light Kit |