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Old 06-15-2014, 05:27 PM   #1
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IPF S/C real world HP?

SO I have an opportunity to pick up a new IPF S/C and I really want to know the real world HP & Torq. numbers.

This site advertised 435 HP, 360 lbs./ft TQ.

http://www.ipf-tuning.com/camaro-supercharger/

Anyone here have some dyno sheet from their V6 LFX install?

I think I'm stuck doing this S/C as I can remove it for smog in the future if needed.


I do like to track my car so I would think the flat linear curve of this S/C would work better for tracking...
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Old 06-15-2014, 07:07 PM   #2
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Those are real world numbers. Just to the crank. Though the numbers to the wheels vary usually. I can think of a few around 350-370whp I think, but Sycraft IIRC has like 410whp, and that's in the LFX dyno thread.

The centrifugal super does have a linear curve but it's hardly flat, though it does make quite a bit of power in the high ranges...

Edit: Here's that dyno graph. http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showpo...&postcount=170
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Old 06-15-2014, 07:26 PM   #3
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I say around 700 RWHP and 1200 RWTQ is expected...

Dyno numbers can vary, the track will tell the true story of how the engine is reacting.
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Old 06-15-2014, 08:44 PM   #4
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I say around 700 RWHP and 1200 RWTQ is expected...

Dyno numbers can vary, the track will tell the true story of how the engine is reacting.

I'm guessing your joking right? lol
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I'm guessing your joking right? lol
Just a hair...

Too many variables for your dyno # but it should be over 300. If the graph isn't smooth than your car is pulling timing, costing you power.
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You could also use Dashcommand and an OBD2 bluetooth to get some measurements that are questionable. This was mine from this morning:
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Old 06-16-2014, 06:41 PM   #7
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You could also use Dashcommand and an OBD2 bluetooth to get some measurements that are questionable. This was mine from this morning:


Dam, nice numbers! Show off! lol

Might be interesting to do some before and after numbers with that to see what I gain......
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IPF is really close to those numbers (crank) But you could have more. california shorty headers, ported intake just a few.
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i think so,Dyno numbers can vary, the track will tell the true story of how the engine is reacting.thanks
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