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Well, I know this much,, since there would be less weight to be turned when using a lightweight F/W vs. a stock F/W more hp would make it to the rear wheels. Less power needed to turn a F/W = more power making it to the drive wheels. In an extreme example imagine the drive shaft was just connected to the engine taking the transmission out of the picture,, you would regain quite a bit of rwhp that had been previously used to turn the tranny.

I know the stock F/W is 30lbs or more, probably all of the aftermarket F/Ws are sub 20 lbs. For specifics someone else needs to answer. :)
 
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