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Old 09-09-2009, 08:35 PM   #99
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Soon, But i got 40 hp.
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Old 09-09-2009, 09:17 PM   #100
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cmon man... no you didnt. You have yet to dyno your car on the same dyno before and after the intake installation...
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Old 09-09-2009, 09:44 PM   #101
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Soon, But i got 40 hp.
Glad I'm on the list since you pulled 40rwhp on the dyno with the hood down and no fan...I guess that means I am going to pull what about 80-100 rwhp when I'm doing about 70mph since the ram effect is really the difference maker for Vararam anyway right? AWESOME
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:10 PM   #102
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He dyno'd 380HP with Vararam. Again, stock dyno's have been about what, 360-365 or so. That would mean it's making a good 15-20HP. That's still pretty damn good in my book as long as it's costing under $500. I'm jumping all over it. And like it's been said, it will be producing more HP when driving/ramming air and then headers, piping, and tune will help the Vararam create even more HP.
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:12 PM   #103
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im getting a short ram intake i cant wait till it gets here!!!!!!
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:24 PM   #104
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Glad I'm on the list since you pulled 40rwhp on the dyno with the hood down and no fan...I guess that means I am going to pull what about 80-100 rwhp when I'm doing about 70mph since the ram effect is really the difference maker for Vararam anyway right? AWESOME
40 at the most I'm guessing. It would take a cam and a tune to see 100.
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:43 PM   #105
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40 at the most I'm guessing. It would take a cam and a tune to see 100.
Ummm....it was a joke
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Old 09-10-2009, 08:36 AM   #106
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Glad I'm on the list since you pulled 40rwhp on the dyno with the hood down and no fan...I guess that means I am going to pull what about 80-100 rwhp when I'm doing about 70mph since the ram effect is really the difference maker for Vararam anyway right? AWESOME
I never said no fan, Not a big fan a small fan of 4000 cfm that i pointed at the top of the radiator, And you will see that if you do raise the hood on the dyno the car will lose 8 hp think of a airplane wing and you raise a flap you change the arrow dynamics and lose lift it is the same.



And if you don't like what i have to say don't post in this thread it your right not to believe me, But i don't get a thing for posting on hear and all i do is get things done to help guys out that want info.

Lets see what you have done to help out.
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Old 09-10-2009, 08:44 AM   #107
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He dyno'd 380HP with Vararam. Again, stock dyno's have been about what, 360-365 or so. That would mean it's making a good 15-20HP. That's still pretty damn good in my book as long as it's costing under $500. I'm jumping all over it. And like it's been said, it will be producing more HP when driving/ramming air and then headers, piping, and tune will help the Vararam create even more HP.
That is in TX on 93 octan we have 91 my car did get 40 hp and the L99 after me got 309 hp and best was 316hp.
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:48 AM   #108
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You can feel the difference when just cruising with vararam and you really notice it when you punch it! Good numbers on the dyno 2SSRS!
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Old 09-10-2009, 10:25 AM   #109
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I believe this product works great guys or I wouldn't be patiently waiting for my money to be accepted! And I appreciate you guys taking the time to share your information! I'm not looking for a world record or to win a race against every sports car that pulls up next to me. I want to take care of my baby for long-term, but just want to help her breathe better and sound the way she should really. I will never know what one product will do on the dyno and don't really care because my dyno will be performed after I'm done (total HP when done modding). Probably one dyno with 3" diverters open and one with 3" diverters closed along with Vararam, ARH headers, Flowmaster Super 44s, and tune. If the product is priced right, I know it will be a great add-on. I really hope I can just save a mpg or two in the long-run while driving my SS with a little added confidence.
For the skeptical people, they will just have to wait for others to work on before and after dynos the best way possible. I'm sold though and believe you can feel the difference with the Vararam alone. That's a good enough statement made from someone using the product. Common sense tells me that the way this is designed, any CAI will not be able to do better! I really wish they would start rolling down the waiting list.
I also believe the list of over 200 orders before the first one has been sold relates to the Camaro sales. This will be a very successful product hands down!!!
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Old 09-10-2009, 12:00 PM   #110
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I never said no fan, Not a big fan a small fan of 4000 cfm that i pointed at the top of the radiator, And you will see that if you do raise the hood on the dyno the car will lose 8 hp think of a airplane wing and you raise a flap you change the arrow dynamics and lose lift it is the same.

And if you don't like what i have to say don't post in this thread it your right not to believe me, But i don't get a thing for posting on hear and all i do is get things done to help guys out that want info.

Lets see what you have done to help out.
Enough already...stop beating up on the Beta testers! Thanks for everything you're doing 2SSRS, and I'm definitely looking forward to this product to be sent out. There's no such thing as perfection this side of heaven, and just the fact that Vararam is putting so much time and R&D into this product tells me that we're going to have something KILLER on our hands when everything is said and done.
Bring it on, Vararam!
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Old 09-10-2009, 12:42 PM   #111
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I never said no fan, Not a big fan a small fan of 4000 cfm that i pointed at the top of the radiator, And you will see that if you do raise the hood on the dyno the car will lose 8 hp think of a airplane wing and you raise a flap you change the arrow dynamics and lose lift it is the same.

And if you don't like what i have to say don't post in this thread it your right not to believe me, But i don't get a thing for posting on hear and all i do is get things done to help guys out that want info.

Lets see what you have done to help out.
So... um... lemme get this straight... Raising the hood during a dyno run will make the car lose 8hp due to aerodynamics?? You mean... that the air flow through the front grille and above the radiator will change when you lift the hood?

Somehow I really doubt this, first off, there's no airflow, save for that "little" 4000 cfm fan that you strategically faced towards the top of the radiator. Raising the hood wouldnt drastically change the airflow that's coming from the fan, and may actually improve it since it would have more "room" to flow out of the open hood...
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Old 09-10-2009, 01:18 PM   #112
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I never said no fan, Not a big fan a small fan of 4000 cfm that i pointed at the top of the radiator, And you will see that if you do raise the hood on the dyno the car will lose 8 hp think of a airplane wing and you raise a flap you change the arrow dynamics and lose lift it is the same.

And if you don't like what i have to say don't post in this thread it your right not to believe me, But i don't get a thing for posting on hear and all i do is get things done to help guys out that want info.

Lets see what you have done to help out.
What have I done to try and help??? I have tried to point out that you are giving bad information because you can't use 2 entirely different dynos, different days, who knows what temp and humidity or engine temps to come to a conclusive decision. Yes on average some the cars are dynoing 360-365 but that is on average and there are certainly higher and lower numbers out there so to draw anything conclusive is bogus and BAD information. If you want to say hell yeah this thing feels awesome I can feel the power...that is great.

But if you want to start throwing around numbers as factual gains you should figure out how to properly get those numbers. You don't think that if this was pulling more than twice on the dyno from what everyone else was pulling that Vararam wouldn't have put that out there? C'mon. As far as the whole hood open vs. closed I don't buy that either as this is not a sealed unit...but whatever I am through trying to explain a logical testing method or lack there of...peace!!
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