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Old 12-12-2014, 12:32 PM   #1
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Well it's Christmas time and I'm preparing to get a little work done

A recommended tuner in my area suggested doing the following mods below and said I should net between 530-550 rwhp, manual trans ZL1.

Weapon X Heat Track Attack Heat Exchanger
ID 850CC Injectors
Lingenfelter Upper 2.55/2.35” Upper
Lingenfelter Solid Isolator
JLT Intake
Custom Tune for 91 Octane

Knowing me I'll want more but I need to keep it mild for the street and the costs respectable without going cheap. Just thought I'd get a little more power with these mods but maybe it's on target? Suggestions/Recommendations? Was looking to net around 575 rwhp without doing a cam...

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Are you auto or manual?

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Old 12-12-2014, 01:34 PM   #4
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If you're not lookign to do a lower pulley, I suggest going with the following:

Metco 2.4" pulley
Metco 100mm idler pulley
Metco Solid isolator
ID850 injectors
Roto-Fab intake system
Ron Davis Heat exchanger
Belt
Tune

This combo should get you right around 580 at the wheels through the M6. If I can be of any assistance, let me know.

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Old 12-12-2014, 09:17 PM   #5
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I wouldn't bother with the heat exchanger just yet. Try adding a reservoir like the Rotofab/Lingenfelter. It holds an extra gallon of blower coolant. Unless you are road racing it. For just a street car I would just do the reservoir. I'm stock with headers, Rotofab cold air, and a tune on 91. I put down 545rwhp. You should be able to get 575-600 out of it. You could also add a meth kit to get extra octane and be able to raise the timing a little more. Just tie the added timimg to real low IAT2's. That way if the meth doesn't spray or stops spraying the timing goes back to a safe level.
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I wouldn't bother with the heat exchanger just yet. Try adding a reservoir like the Rotofab/Lingenfelter. It holds an extra gallon of blower coolant. Unless you are road racing it. For just a street car I would just do the reservoir. I'm stock with headers, Rotofab cold air, and a tune on 91. I put down 545rwhp. You should be able to get 575-600 out of it. You could also add a meth kit to get extra octane and be able to raise the timing a little more. Just tie the added timimg to real low IAT2's. That way if the meth doesn't spray or stops spraying the timing goes back to a safe level.
Thanks for the advice. After giving it some thought I've decided to just go the intake, pulley, tune route and call it a day. Been down the modding road before and it turns costly and can be frustrating!
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