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Old 08-06-2013, 11:12 AM   #15
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Drives: way too fast....
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100cpi metal cats, Teds tune and more than sufficient fuel...
this department is the least of my worries at this stage of my build!
custom build forged LSA, 379ci, TVS2300@15psi, 696rwhp/688ft-lbs, built by DH Individual, Customkingz, tuned by Jannetty Racing
JRE rough idle cam, JRE ported lower intake manifold, OD cog drive, 6% OD crank pulley, ported ls3 heads, NW102mm TB, 1/2'' RDS spacer, IW 8-rib drive
Pfadt Cradle Bushings, Arms & Rods, Pedders Supercar w/FE4 conversion, ZL1 sways, HE Twin Carbon Street Slayer, ZL1 Rear End (3.73)
CTS-V Brake upgrade, Street: 22'' Vossen CV1, Strip: 18'' Forgestar F14 on MT Street Radials
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Old 08-06-2013, 06:03 PM   #16
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I spoke with Stainless Works earlier today and they are confident that with my set up and Jannetty's tune, I should be just fine. He was talking about many other guys with their high flow cats and a Jannetty tune that are in the 650+ HP range that have had no issues with cats burning up. Just thought I'd throw that out there. He admitted that the "tuner" has a LOT to do with it. Yet again, happy that I chose Jannetty to tune my ride! Thanks Ted!!!
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