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Old 06-26-2013, 10:22 PM   #15
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didd you do the adm deal on the zl1 pump of just the pump
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Old 06-27-2013, 04:59 AM   #16
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I've had the LPE duals for 3 years and its been flawless.


Zl1 pump over the bap if you were choosing one.
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Old 06-27-2013, 06:53 AM   #17
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not gonna see 530rwhp on stock maggie , if this is a l99...wishful thinking on jamie,s part
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Old 06-27-2013, 07:06 AM   #18
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not gonna see 530rwhp on stock maggie , if this is a l99...wishful thinking on jamie,s part
Ls3 with headers and a cai. Easy 515. It'll make almost 500 with no headers or cai.
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Old 06-27-2013, 07:28 AM   #19
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Ls3 with headers and a cai. Easy 515. It'll make almost 500 with no headers or cai.
op needed to state whether he has the l99 or ls3...also loaded dyno can read 5% different then a unloaded dyno...lots of possibilities on rwhp
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Old 06-27-2013, 07:46 AM   #20
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op needed to state whether he has the l99 or ls3...also loaded dyno can read 5% different then a unloaded dyno...lots of possibilities on rwhp

Just drive it and enjoy .. Yes dyno numbers can fluctuate, temps out side have a lot to do with it too ... Stock Maggie is strap on 100 plus. He was already over 400 so he will be over 500.
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Old 06-27-2013, 01:57 PM   #21
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With my E-Force S/C with 52# injectors, LT headers and axle back I was running out of fuel. I installed a ZL1 fuel pump and 72# injectors. It's running fine now with 546/rwhp. It's on an LS3.
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Old 06-27-2013, 02:56 PM   #22
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My L99 went from 350 HP to a tad under 500 HP on Livernois' dyno after the Maggie w/3.6 pulley. Since you have the LS3, I'd guess maybe 540-550 whp.
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What ever the numbers are the car is going to be a lot of fun good luck
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Old 06-28-2013, 08:03 AM   #25
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Ls3 with headers and a cai. Easy 515. It'll make almost 500 with no headers or cai.
I have basically the exact same set up as pdiddy but mine is a L99. With the stock 3.8 pulleys (for now), LS9 injectors, ZR1 plugs and the stock air box, where should I be for RWHP. Without the Maggie I had a dyno run of 375 to the rear wheels. It's sounding like the LS3 makes quite a bit more HP than the 26 additional that it starts with? Any thoughts.
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I have basically the exact same set up as pdiddy but mine is a L99. With the stock 3.8 pulleys (for now), LS9 injectors, ZR1 plugs and the stock air box, where should I be for RWHP. Without the Maggie I had a dyno run of 375 to the rear wheels. It's sounding like the LS3 makes quite a bit more HP than the 26 additional that it starts with? Any thoughts.
You shouldn't have trouble breaking 500 rwhp. My L99 always seemed to dyno a little low. I was only in the 350 HP range with full bolt ons. The Maggie added almost 150 rwhp, but I went with the 3.6 pulley which is supposed to be 8 psi. Also, I have gears, which I've read will contribute to slightly lower numbers on the dyno. At any rate, don't get too caught up on the numbers. Adding a supercharger was one hell of an upgrade. The car is an absolute beast. At this point, the main thing holding it back is traction
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Old 06-28-2013, 09:31 AM   #27
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You shouldn't have trouble breaking 500 rwhp. My L99 always seemed to dyno a little low. I was only in the 350 HP range with full bolt ons. The Maggie added almost 150 rwhp, but I went with the 3.6 pulley which is supposed to be 8 psi. Also, I have gears, which I've read will contribute to slightly lower numbers on the dyno. At any rate, don't get too caught up on the numbers. Adding a supercharger was one hell of an upgrade. The car is an absolute beast. At this point, the main thing holding it back is traction
Thanks man. If I go to 3.6 pulleys, will I need anything more than my LS9 injectors on the fuel side? I know a BAP is a good insurance policy, but at what level are these "necessary"?
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Old 06-28-2013, 09:44 AM   #28
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Thanks man. If I go to 3.6 pulleys, will I need anything more than my LS9 injectors on the fuel side? I know a BAP is a good insurance policy, but at what level are these "necessary"?
Here's what they put in mine:

SHOPSUP VARIOUS SHOP SUPPLIES, TOOLING,
LBRVEHICLE LABOR TO BASELINE DYNO, INSTALL
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL DISPOSAL
MAGNACHARGER SUPERCHARGER, CAI INC
TUBE FOR MAGGIE, 60# INJECTORS,
INJECTOR ADAPTERS, 3-BAR MAP, 160
THERMOSTAT, NGK PLUGS, MSD WIRES,
ZL1 PUMP, 3.6 PULLEY

I wasn't too familiar with all the requirements, so I just took their word for it. Best bet is to ask you shop/tuner, or maybe someone else on the forum will chime in.
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