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Old 12-14-2008, 07:10 PM   #15
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Old 12-15-2008, 08:47 AM   #16
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yeah, but they make about the same tq/hp throughout....lol
Not quite. The LT1 makes much of its torque in the low end with the peak occuring around 2400 rpm. The V6 has to rev a little higher to start making the higher numbers, and its peak torque isn't as high as the peak torque on the LT1.
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Not quite. The LT1 makes much of its torque in the low end with the peak occuring around 2400 rpm. The V6 has to rev a little higher to start making the higher numbers, and its peak torque isn't as high as the peak torque on the LT1.
im well aware of the differences, hence why I said "about the same"
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