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Old 08-20-2009, 09:23 PM   #1
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Dyno numbers STOCK. Guess the HP after the Mods...

I was wondering how these numbers figure with the other STOCK SS (6SPD)out there.
First run was 359/359.
Let it cool down a while. Then 373/377.
Buddy couldnt wait so he installed his LMR CAI and cool down once again 381/379

Heres a video....



I was wondering what he should expect with the following "upgrades"

Stainless Works 1 7/8 Headers.
SW X-pipe
SW Chambered Cat Back
HP tuned

I tried talking him into a cam while he was doing all this, but he mentioned something about the wife...and about adding an ATI Procharger later on.

Any guesses???
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Old 08-21-2009, 07:26 AM   #2
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I would say about 410-420rwhp.
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Old 08-21-2009, 11:34 AM   #3
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I would say about 410-420rwhp.
Probably in that ballpark range.
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Old 08-21-2009, 12:16 PM   #4
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I'll be the optimist and guess 422 whp.
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Old 08-21-2009, 01:52 PM   #5
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I was wondering what he should expect with the following "upgrades"

Stainless Works 1 7/8 Headers.
SW X-pipe
SW Chambered Cat Back
HP tuned

We put on the complete Stainless works package and it picked up 28 RWHP, without any tune, the car was getting a Magnuson TVS, so no further tuning was done until after You should be able to get close to 40 rwhp with header/exhaust/HP tune, I would suspect quite easily.

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Old 08-21-2009, 03:47 PM   #6
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What air intake did you have before installing the new cold air? 8hp over another aftermarket intake is pretty good!
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Old 08-21-2009, 04:18 PM   #7
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I was wondering how these numbers figure with the other STOCK SS (6SPD)out there.
First run was 359/359.
Let it cool down a while. Then 373/377.
Buddy couldnt wait so he installed his LMR CAI and cool down once again 381/379

Heres a video....



I was wondering what he should expect with the following "upgrades"

Stainless Works 1 7/8 Headers.
SW X-pipe
SW Chambered Cat Back
HP tuned

I tried talking him into a cam while he was doing all this, but he mentioned something about the wife...and about adding an ATI Procharger later on.

Any guesses???
Letting it cool is Not a good way to get consistant accurate results, All Runs should be done at Normal Operating temps and at least 180 degree Oil temps, otherwise your fooling yourself.

You should come in around 410 RWHP at Normal Operating Temps.

You can throw a bag of Ice on the intake and make 425 but you can't drive around like that so what is the point.

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Ted is correct! 410/410, minimal cool down.

Customer is now complaining about missing shifts so we are ordering a UUC shifter for him. Ill start a new thread with install pictures.
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Ted is correct! 410/410, minimal cool down.

Customer is now complaining about missing shifts so we are ordering a UUC shifter for him. Ill start a new thread with install pictures.
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[QUOTE=JANNETTYRACING;827868]Letting it cool is Not a good way to get consistant accurate results, All Runs should be done at Normal Operating temps and at least 180 degree Oil temps, otherwise your fooling yourself.

^^ Correct^^

Looks like you put some good numbers down. Can you post up a dyno sheet?
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Letting it cool is Not a good way to get consistant accurate results, All Runs should be done at Normal Operating temps and at least 180 degree Oil temps, otherwise your fooling yourself.

^^ Correct^^

Looks like you put some good numbers down. Can you post up a dyno sheet?
Hopefully we will have the video finished up Wednesday.

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Ted is correct! 410/410, minimal cool down.

Customer is now complaining about missing shifts so we are ordering a UUC shifter for him. Ill start a new thread with install pictures.


what is a uuc shifter
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Old 08-26-2009, 10:31 AM   #13
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what is a uuc shifter
They make aftermarket shifters. (mailnly BMWs)
Hopefully they will have two ready for me this week.
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Try this.......

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