190 crank...133 at the wheels. 321 crank with 225 at the wheels...assuming the dyno conversion is correct. But, im using the AWD conversion factor....0.7
Stock USDM WRX: 227 crank, and ~160 WHP.
There is no "conversion factor" betven Wheel HP and Crank HP. Due to the fact that the losses depends on different thing, some torque, som rpm, som static.
So if your dynotester says that he can give you some Crank nubers from the Wheel numbers, its all guesses, and probobly he upp's the number a bit to make you happy, afer all, often you payed him $$$, and you whants result.
If you have 133 at the wheels, you have nowhere neer 190 at the crank.
If you loose near 60 hp in the tranny, it will need serios cooling.
A car whit 225 at the wheels maybe hawe near to 270 at the crank, not more.
a 4WD a little bigger losses.
PS: My english is not so good, i hope you understand.