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humblebeast07 04-23-2013 05:07 PM

Is this standard hp and trq for a 13 1le w/npp stock
 
A few days ago I got my car dyno'd, keep in mind it was a few days old with less than 300 miles on it.....Thanks to my buddies @ h-town camaro club and Lmr

382hp and 383tq, I did the fuse pull on the npp, but i have not reset the computer for the octane table...does anyone think that will make a difference or is this pretty typical

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14S_N_ZOii0

cornerspeed92 04-23-2013 05:22 PM

Mine came in at 390,Tramtwo was 402,and CRT was 410 i believe, so your numbers are correct.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHA6Y1fjEdo

Jc's1LE 04-23-2013 06:31 PM

i heard one guy here in orlando was at 404

1LEMayhem 04-24-2013 06:45 AM

I wonder if GM handpicked the LS3's that went into the 1LE's. I remember BMW did this on the 1995 M3 lightweights. They chose the motors with the best dyno numbers to put in the cars.

davidcroft 04-24-2013 06:50 AM

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Originally Posted by humblebeast07 (Post 6459955)
A few days ago I got my car dyno'd, keep in mind it was a few days old with less than 300 miles on it.....Thanks to my buddies @ h-town camaro club and Lmr

382hp and 383tq, I did the fuse pull on the npp, but i have not reset the computer for the octane table...does anyone think that will make a difference or is this pretty typical

I wouldn't worry about your DYNO #s. Every dyno reads different and dynos are tools for measuring gains, and watching how your HP and TQ curves act. Watching a dyno graph and A/F will tell you A LOT more than most people know.

toehead93 04-24-2013 06:58 AM

As stated above there are too many vvariables to compare dyno numbers from one car to another or even comparing the same car from ne dyno to another. It is pointless in trying to do so, you need an engine dyno for that type of testing. As davidcroft said the chasis dyno is atuning tool used to compare gains and to give you an idea of the hp and torque curves.

The guy in Orlando with 404 could go to 20 different dynos and be between 375 and 415hp.

gajagfan 04-24-2013 08:00 AM

I think these are great numbers, and agree with the dyno variance and the effects of weather.....much more than folks would imagine. I am curious how you guys that have gone to the dyno early did your break-ins, or if you did a break in! Thanks!

mcsoul 04-24-2013 08:14 AM

I think your car may actually benefit from some drive it like you stole it.
Seriously.

humblebeast07 04-24-2013 08:39 AM

I dont know if im doing a break in....Im driving the hell out of it....Im on my forth tank of gas with almost 400 miles on it....btw I raced a 14 gt/track ed with cat back and cai from a 50 roll to about 140 and barely pulled on him...both cars under 400 miles


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