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bolt-on dyno results

This is a discussion on bolt-on dyno results within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; figured i would post the videos up first pull ---- 349.6rwhp/ 364 ft/lb second pull - 360.1rwhp/ 363 ft/lb...

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    bolt-on dyno results

    figured i would post the videos up





    first pull ---- 349.6rwhp/ 364 ft/lb
    second pull - 360.1rwhp/ 363 ft/lb
    Last edited by derekbuckner1; 10-17-2011 at 12:24 PM.

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    so what did she put down?

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    sorry about that. it was in the YouTube description. i added it to the original post

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    Nice, thats about the set up i'm looking to be at next spring

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    Nice. I'm very pleased with how my car has done with my bolt-ons. I'm sure you'll love your setup
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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Congrats!
    Thanks man

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    Good numbers from those mods, your tuner knows his stuff.

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    Thanks man. They wanted to know who tuned it after I made my first pull. Very smooth torque curve.

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    These engines really respond to upgrades. Bolt on's and internal modifications make these engines sing. That is the beauty of the LSx engine. It starts life at 310 hp and I have seen them go beyond 1000 hp, and live to talk about it. With technology the way it is today there is no longer a need for big block engines.

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