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Old 04-29-2013, 02:18 PM   #401
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The Electric Steering is only worth a few horsepower not 20+ RWHP because you don't see any 2013 LS3-M6 cars making 20+ RWHP more than 2010-2012 models!
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Old 04-29-2013, 02:20 PM   #402
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My 2011 has an SLP upgrade with long tubes,loudmouth 2,cai and o/u pulley. It was tuned by Frost here in Richmond VA. It was something like 364rwhp(can't seem to locate paperwork). I'm wondering how much difference there is between tuners.In other words, does the engine make the big difference,or can one tuner get, say,20 or 30 more HP out of the same engine?
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Full bolt on autos should end up around 380 give or take a few ponies. And they are capable of just over 400 tq with vvt tuning on a stock cam setup. Trw's car runs 11.60s with bolt ons, id say his hp and track times match.
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:58 PM   #405
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Full bolt on autos should end up around 380 give or take a few ponies. And they are capable of just over 400 tq with vvt tuning on a stock cam setup. Trw's car runs 11.60s with bolt ons, id say his hp and track times match.

Maybe it was the dyno, but I only got about 350 HP/TQ with full bolt-ons. I was a little disappointed. The car feels strong, but who doesn't want big dyno numbers to brag about, right? They're going to do a before & after when it goes to Livernois, so I'm curious to see how my car does on another dyno.
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:09 PM   #406
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Hey man, dynos don't win at the strip!
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Old 05-08-2013, 05:38 PM   #407
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Old 05-10-2013, 05:48 AM   #408
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Very nice... What's the "Enforcer" cam from LR? All I have ever read about is the Night Fury?
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Old 05-10-2013, 05:52 AM   #409
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They have a few cams actually, they took advantage of the different valve angle of the heads and used this cam that they use on the Ls7's.
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Old 05-13-2013, 06:08 AM   #410
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TSP VVT-1 Cam

Well I guess everybody had been guessing on this VVT-1 cam. I had this cam installed last week. And I can tell you that I was surprised regarding the results. My car is a 2011 SS L99 Convertible. Before the cam, I already had the OBX headers 1 7/8, VaraRam Intake, Jeremy Formato Tune. The results there were 367 rwhp 380 rwtq. I added the VVT-1 cam and the ATI UD pulley. The results were astounding.......437.82 rwhp 412 rwtq. There was crazy torque at the low end. Car idles smooth set at 700....actually it could have been set at stock idle. Lots of power at the bottom end. So if you really want to save some money it would be wise to get this cam unless you want to spend the extra money with the VVT-2 and aftermarket converter.
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Well I guess everybody had been guessing on this VVT-1 cam. I had this cam installed last week. And I can tell you that I was surprised regarding the results. My car is a 2011 SS L99 Convertible. Before the cam, I already had the OBX headers 1 7/8, VaraRam Intake, Jeremy Formato Tune. The results there were 367 rwhp 380 rwtq. I added the VVT-1 cam and the ATI UD pulley. The results were astounding.......437.82 rwhp 412 rwtq. There was crazy torque at the low end. Car idles smooth set at 700....actually it could have been set at stock idle. Lots of power at the bottom end. So if you really want to save some money it would be wise to get this cam unless you want to spend the extra money with the VVT-2 and aftermarket converter.
Nice, Very typical of what we see with Cammed L99s, you can have it in smooth or rough Idle.

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Old 05-19-2013, 09:52 PM   #412
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:25 PM   #413
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well ill post picture of sheet later but dyno number were... 365.7 hp 410.8 tq
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:23 PM   #414
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well ill post picture of sheet later but dyno number were... 365.7 hp 410.8 tq
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:10 PM   #415
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Old 05-22-2013, 11:30 PM   #416
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L99 after ARH 1 7/8 LT install

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Old 05-23-2013, 06:37 AM   #417
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:05 AM   #418
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With bolt ons of ADM street intake, Stainless Power long tubes and Solo Mach XL catback with a tune, I was around 350 rwhp. Today, I am at 445 rwhp and 419 ft-lbs with the install of a cam, ported and milled heads, underdrive pulley, DOD delete and a tune. Dyno was a Mustang and taken on a very hot, dry, humid Texas day. Car runs great and I'm using a stock converter.
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Old 05-25-2013, 02:38 PM   #419
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Hey man, dynos don't win at the strip!
Exactly, i TOTALLY agree with Rhino!! dyno #'s are only used to tune!! A high dyno number won't always mean your car is fast! If your out to beat another persons dyno number then your playing the wrong game. Not to mention you have different dynos that will show different results!

It's ALL ABOUT TRACK RESULTS!!
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Old 06-01-2013, 08:24 PM   #420
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Here's another one for the list. Before was with all my mods except blower. After is with the Maggie strapped on =)
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:45 PM   #421
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Stock , 600 miles, pulled 319rwhp back to back twice, then removed ECM fuses for 5 minutes to reset LTFT`s (Long Term Fuel Trims), immediatley ran it again and picked up close to 8 rwhp. This is that last pull.

I am new to Camaro5 and don't know how to start a thread. I saw what you said here about pulling the fuse on the ECM for 5 minutes affecting the long term fuel trims. Here is my problem: Went to the dragstrip to see what my L99 would run stock and some butthead at the track told me to run with no air filter to get more power, so like a dumdass I did it. Of course it threw code P1516 reduced engine power and ran like crap. Got the codes cleared and it runs good but lacks power. When I fisrt got it, it would light the tires all the way through 1st and into 2nd in competive mode now it will only spin the tires for 5 seconds then take off. Does the fuel trim being reset help in my case?
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I am new to Camaro5 and don't know how to start a thread. I saw what you said here about pulling the fuse on the ECM for 5 minutes affecting the long term fuel trims. Here is my problem: Went to the dragstrip to see what my L99 would run stock and some butthead at the track told me to run with no air filter to get more power, so like a dumdass I did it. Of course it threw code P1516 reduced engine power and ran like crap. Got the codes cleared and it runs good but lacks power. When I fisrt got it, it would light the tires all the way through 1st and into 2nd in competive mode now it will only spin the tires for 5 seconds then take off. Does the fuel trim being reset help in my case?
You could try the fuse pull and maybe disconnecting the battery. I'd be worried about all the stuff that could've possibly gotten sucked into the engine when the filter was off.
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I am new to Camaro5 and don't know how to start a thread. I saw what you said here about pulling the fuse on the ECM for 5 minutes affecting the long term fuel trims. Here is my problem: Went to the dragstrip to see what my L99 would run stock and some butthead at the track told me to run with no air filter to get more power, so like a dumdass I did it. Of course it threw code P1516 reduced engine power and ran like crap. Got the codes cleared and it runs good but lacks power. When I fisrt got it, it would light the tires all the way through 1st and into 2nd in competive mode now it will only spin the tires for 5 seconds then take off. Does the fuel trim being reset help in my case?
Outside temp & tire temp play a big role in tires spinning or hooking..

Chances are one run no filter ur fine..
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Exactly, i TOTALLY agree with Rhino!! dyno #'s are only used to tune!! A high dyno number won't always mean your car is fast! If your out to beat another persons dyno number then your playing the wrong game. Not to mention you have different dynos that will show different results!

It's ALL ABOUT TRACK RESULTS!!
Even those have diferent results at different weather & elevation..
but trap speed will show ur hp (power-to-weight).
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Where does the average bolt-on L99 (no cam, heads, no power adder) peak, ~5900?

I did 315rwhp stock, and 368rwhp LTs, Cats, UDP, PTB, Tune, CAI.
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