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Old 10-07-2009, 08:40 AM   #1
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Went to dyno yesterday

Took my SS/RS M6 to the dyno yesterday. ARH long tube with cat back,LMR CAI,and borla S type . Made 408 rwhp with 401 rwt. The car had 650 miles on it . Took it to Kaltech for the tune. They have a Mustang dyno. I didn't get a chance to dyno it before the mods, but from what I'v seen most made between 372 to 377 rwhp stock. The car made 405 with 391rwt before the tune. I kinda thought we could of got a little more with the tune. what do you guy's think?


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Old 10-07-2009, 09:24 AM   #2
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I dyno'd mine before and after installing ARH system and Borla S-Type last week on a mustang dyno. Before was 351rwhp and 359rwt and after was 380rwhp and 389rwt(untuned numbers) so with a tune and CAI I'd expect mine to be around that 400-410 mark.
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I'm not surprised, these cars come tuned close to the edge from the factory as far as the timing goes. The af ratio is rich stock but your mods probally leaned it out on their own even before the tune. Brian knows what he's doing over their and I'm sure he gave you a good safe tune, I wouldn't be dissapointed with your numbers
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Old 10-07-2009, 09:29 AM   #4
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I'm not surprised, these cars come tuned close to the edge from the factory as far as the timing goes. The af ratio is rich stock but your mods probally leaned it out on their own even before the tune. Brian knows what he's doing over their and I'm sure he gave you a good safe tune, I wouldn't be dissapointed with your numbers
Thanks. Brian is definatly a good guy and he gave me a safe tune. I guess I just expected more out of a tune.
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Old 10-07-2009, 11:20 AM   #5
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Took my SS/RS M6 to the dyno yesterday. ARH long tube with cat back,LMR CAI,and borla S type . Made 408 rwhp with 401 rwt. The car had 650 miles on it . Took it to Kaltech for the tune. They have a Mustang dyno. I didn't get a chance to dyno it before the mods, but from what I'v seen most made between 372 to 377 rwhp stock. The car made 405 with 391rwt before the tune. I kinda thought we could of got a little more with the tune. what do you guy's think?

That is about right, there is not much left in the stock tuning, It is that good.

We made 410 with the same set up.

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Old 10-07-2009, 03:09 PM   #6
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Mine is going in tomorrow to Livernois Motorsports for Long tube headers, complete exhaust system, CAI and a custom tune. I will report the before and after numbers once I get them. They tune it on the dyno for the max performance at all RPM's and do a before and after run so you can see the difference. Should have it back by the weekend.
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Mine is going in tomorrow to Livernois Motorsports for Long tube headers, complete exhaust system, CAI and a custom tune. I will report the before and after numbers once I get them. They tune it on the dyno for the max performance at all RPM's and do a before and after run so you can see the difference. Should have it back by the weekend.
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Old 10-07-2009, 03:52 PM   #8
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Took my SS/RS M6 to the dyno yesterday. ARH long tube with cat back,LMR CAI,and borla S type . Made 408 rwhp with 401 rwt. The car had 650 miles on it . Took it to Kaltech for the tune. They have a Mustang dyno. I didn't get a chance to dyno it before the mods, but from what I'v seen most made between 372 to 377 rwhp stock. The car made 405 with 391rwt before the tune. I kinda thought we could of got a little more with the tune. what do you guy's think?

I've basically got the same engine and transmission that you have. With roughly the same mods and I have a conservative tune and I got 400.3 rwhp and 396 rwtq. I think you car is pretty much in line with what most are getting.
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Old 10-07-2009, 04:18 PM   #9
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Thank's guys. I'm happy with the set up, it's definatly faster. I guess I just needed some reassurance...lol
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Old 10-08-2009, 01:33 PM   #10
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I'm not surprised, these cars come tuned close to the edge from the factory as far as the timing goes. The af ratio is rich stock but your mods probally leaned it out on their own even before the tune. Brian knows what he's doing over their and I'm sure he gave you a good safe tune, I wouldn't be dissapointed with your numbers
Is your tune more agressive since you're tuned for E85to achieve 420 rwhp? Thanks buddy!
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Old 10-08-2009, 01:50 PM   #11
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You will gain about 5% more power when running e85 compared to gas. This is due to it's energy content and it's stoich value. It actually contains less energy per lb compared to gasoline but since it's stoich value is so much richer you burn more of it in the engine and this is where the extra 5% of power is coming from.

The octane of it is also around 105 (for the e70 we have in ny) this allows you to run a little more timing, so I would guess my tune is a little more aggresive than the op's. My car was dyno on the same dyno as the op but I have the stock air box.
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So you have a few more pony's lurking in the dark with you deploy a CAI! NICE!

Did you hit the 500 RWHP number yet?
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Old 10-08-2009, 06:23 PM   #13
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You guys putting E85 in the Camaros? You mix it with standard gas too or a full tank of E85?
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So you have a few more pony's lurking in the dark with you deploy a CAI! NICE!

Did you hit the 500 RWHP number yet?
I might dyno again next week, the car is definitely much faster with this cam. . . but I'm probably shy of 500, the CAI will help get me closer. I'm just waiting on Vararam



Infern0 - PLEASE DO NOT FILL UR CAR UP WITH E85 if it is not tuned for it. But to answer your question yes i fill up with straight E85. . . which is actually only 70% ethanol here in NY because it is the winter blend. The winter blend contains more gas to help the car start when it is cold outside.
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Cold Air Intake Blood.

No I definitely don't plan on doing it. I've just recently heard that a bunch of Subaru guys have been doing that, then noticed it on this thread too, so just curious. Is all that you needed to do to make your car handle it was a tune? What do you think would happen if someone drove it off the lot and filled it with E85 and no tune? Just trying to learn a little about it.

Also I notice your sig says custom cam and then at the end w/ stock cam?

Great numbers on your car though! That's awesome that you've released that much power with those mods...I'm definitely getting anxious. I'm a little hesitant though because I'm not rich by any means, nor am I even close to being a gear head. It makes me very hesitant to void the warranty. Are either of those what made you confident enough to do those things so soon?

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Cold Air Intake Blood.

No I definitely don't plan on doing it. I've just recently heard that a bunch of Subaru guys have been doing that, then noticed it on this thread too, so just curious. Is all that you needed to do to make your car handle it was a tune? What do you think would happen if someone drove it off the lot and filled it with E85 and no tune? Just trying to learn a little about it.

Also I notice your sig says custom cam and then at the end w/ stock cam?

Great numbers on your car though! That's awesome that you've released that much power with those mods...I'm definitely getting anxious. I'm a little hesitant though because I'm not rich by any means, nor am I even close to being a gear head. It makes me very hesitant to void the warranty. Are either of those what made you confident enough to do those things so soon?

Cheers.
all you need to do to run the e85 is a tune. If you filled a stock camaro up with it you will lean the car out, check engine light would come on and you could possibly do engine damage if it runs to lean.

The power numbers in my sig were with my stock cam, I just installed a new cam but have not yet dynod the car with it.

Unfortunately I'm not rich, so I guess that makes me a gearhead then ;-).
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One thing to remember, if you tune your car to run E85, you MUST run that fuel. You can not go back to normal gas unless you retune for gas. Also remember, you will get better performance with the E85 but you will get less miles per tank on a fill up due to the fact that your engine will use more fuel with E85.
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LOL I have like a cold air intake on every car I have and I dont even know what CAI is....
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