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Old 05-05-2010, 12:43 PM   #1
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Arrow Question about HP&TQ gains to expect from mods

I have lt rs and just put a CAI on. My next project is long tube headers, high flow cats and a axle back system. Probably will be the American Thunder package or slp louad mouth 1. Of course I would have it tuned ( kinda have to after all of that) So my question is to you guys is what kind of gains can I expect out of those mods? Im learning as I go ha...
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Old 05-05-2010, 04:20 PM   #2
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Just wondering if it is worth all the extra dough
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Old 05-05-2010, 04:36 PM   #3
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long tube headers, high flow cats and a axle back system really woke up my car. i say do it, you'll be happy.
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Sweet! Do you know anything about the hp or tq numbbers?
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:09 PM   #5
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Depending on your stock numbers, you should see 40-60 HP to the wheels.

Check out the links in my signature as I have quite a few different Camaros with the same mods as you are getting. Everyone of them responded well to LTs, CAI and CB.

I would get some pre-Dyno runs before starting any mods.

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Sweet thanks!! Does anyone know how much to have the computer tuned costs?
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Sweet thanks!! Does anyone know how much to have the computer tuned costs?
$400 + Dyno time. Is what I charge. Now if you get your parts threw my store, I discount the Dyno Tune and Dyno time. ( Im also competitive with the Mail order guys) If you already have your parts, Ill still discount due to the fact that you are a Camaro5 member AND a member on Active duty!
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$400 + Dyno time. Is what I charge. Now if you get your parts threw my store, I discount the Dyno Tune and Dyno time. ( Im also competitive with the Mail order guys) If you already have your parts, Ill still discount due to the fact that you are a Camaro5 member AND a member on Active duty!
Hey thanks! I havnt ordered the parts yet. I will deff look at your stuff!
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Check out the v6 section man........

3 of us just put up threads about what we have. We all have American Racing systems combined with either the MRT v2, or flowmasters or magnaflows.

Here is my thread:
http://camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=80496

I even did a quick swap with the L99 mufflers, I have a video of that in the original post of that thread.

I haven't done an actualy dyno yet, hopefully saturday afternoon I will, but the butt dyno is loving it. But on my 4th run EVER on a drag strip, the car pulled a 14.7 sec and at the time I still didn't know what I was doing. I can definitely do a crapload better, but I am pretty sure because of that time, I have gained a lot of power in the car.
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