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Do I have 325hp or 345hp on my '02 SS 6spd?

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    Congrats!! There is something to the old golden rule of 'Treat other people the way you want to be treated'!! There is plenty of info out there, it's just a matter of being polite to get it, even when they aren't suppposed to give you some things if your'e nice, they usually do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by z28241 View Post
    I have been reading all this, I just picked up an 02 Firehawk, called slp, and was nice to them and they were nice to me, thats how you do it, anyhow, I gave them my vin, and they told me exactly what was done and that i have the 345 h.p. setup. Its an A4 f.y.i..Luv It!!
    Sounds awesome! got pics?

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    I am looking at the "SLP Engineering Installed Options" for Camaro SS, window sticker that was on my window.
    It says....

    345 HP CENTER EXHAUST PERFORMANCE $1359.00
    Front Grille with SS Center $249.00
    10 Spoke Chrome Plated, Aluminum $999.00
    Custom Rear Deck $99.00
    Premium Front Floor $99.00
    Commemorative $59.00
    Total..............$2,864.00

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    mine does not say anything but the standard 325 on the window sticker and then it lists slp options after but doesn't say anything else about power, but when I looked in the slp supplement manual it mentions the center exit exhaust giving 335 all together. by the way the cme is stock on the car.

    within the next few months I'm going to get it dynoed. I found one like 40miles away

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    this thread needs to end cuz its hella long and drawn out now..shit i guess you do care what options our cars came with but well youll never really know the power output till you dyno the danm thing....so if slp said you had 330 rwhp and you dyno .i bet it wouldnt be exact.so do it and forget what it should make...our cars never make what chevy says the should

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    haven't posted in here in years,
    have an 02 ss with 345 hp. and the brochure.
    only the 345hp package, with the blackwind lid + either slp exhaust (dual or cme) got you 345hp advertised from the factory, and the door sticker from slp says 345hp package. Otherwise if you have the factory slp CME or dual exhaust then you're just 335 hp. Base SS was 325 hp and Z28 was 315, for 2002. Also, I though some cars might have gotten a blackwing paper air filter, which was supposedly better than the ACdelco paper filter.

    I dyno'd mine last year, october, mid-low 60F temp at 6pm. Car is an 02 SS M6 t-top 345 hp package, blackwing lid. Completely stock minus k&n air filter, NGK iridium plugs, taylor thundervolt wires from my previous SS. Had oem 10-spoke clearcoated Al rims with the oem goodyears with about 25k on them, 32k on the odometer. Mobil 5w-40 Truck&SUV oil in the motor, synchromesh in the T56, Redline 75w-90 in the rear. Engine oil temps ran in the 200-220F and tranny in the 120F range for all pulls. Also had the oem 190F thermostat, plus ran the radiator fans the whole time so coolant was < 210F. Also was running near 100 % VP streetblaze 100 octane unleaded just for the dyno pull, didn't have a computer to monitor knock but I'm pretty sure there was 0 KR.

    pull #1 = 318/2 / 328.2
    pull #2 = 326.0 / 337.7
    pull #3 = 328.7 / 340.7
    pull #4 = 326.5 / 339.0
    pull #5 = 326.1 / 339.8 A/F = 12.4

    never did get the make/model of the dyno or any specific info on it, all the guy knew was how to trigger it and give me a printout, but consider this maybe the best a "stock" 02 345hp SS can put out at the rear wheels... if you believe the dyno. my dyno graphs might still be over at ls2 in the dyno section.
    later

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    cool thanks man! I will definitely dyno mine when I get an intake and then I'll pull stock and then one with the intake installed to see the difference!

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    Only if you want to burn tires and not clutch material

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    i got a 99 ta my car was on the dyno 298 rwhp stock engine 310 horses

    now my car is 370 rwhp has cam header ls6 30lbs injector

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    wow, auto or m6? and what kind of cam and headers?

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    yack---370rwhp from a cam and bolton ls1---i wouldnt be happy with those numbers

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    what mods would you do that are similar and what kinda power would you expect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7camaro7 View Post
    what mods would you do that are similar and what kinda power would you expect?
    Why mess with something good? is it not fast enough? If you have a limited production car, like we do, leave it alone (an '02 SS SLP with CME and 6 speed). Unless you don't give a crap about the future and what that car might be worth. My buddy keeps telling me to put the bottle on mine. not gonna happen. This is a very nice driving car, gets me where i want to go, and fast.

    I probably am saying this because i have another toy i can MESS with. But i want to keep my SS original.

    here's the other toy

    www.72splitbumper.com

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    man I know but I've got to! Personally I don't care what it'll be worth in the future because I never plan on getting rid of it. and awesome 72 by the way. That is the only old school camaro I really really want! but I've got to have my ss putting EVERYBODY in their place. however I will be excited to see what they are worth down the road. even if it was worth some big cash, I'd still rather have the car than the money. That's how you know I really like my car. it is rare as hell too, I looked it up on the build number site and ones like mine made were 74. if I could check the build numbers more accurately for all the options mine has, I bet there were even fewer.

    yup, I'm pretty much one of those guys who thinks stock sucks(when it comes to my rides) but it's ok for everybody else.

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    It's a matter of opinion "To mod or not to mod". I have worked on everything I have ever owned and done some perf work to most of them. Everything from a 1969 NOVA w/ 511cid to the ole 1981 Z28 w/383cid. I now have the 2002 Camaro SS LE and although the bug bites me often, I refuse to modify it at all and have a greater desire to keep it completely orginal.

    But, I believe that it is the option of each individual in what they want to do with their car. Just because I prefer to keep mine original and the future value does come into play, ,not for sale purposes, but for owning a car that is highly admired/desired due to it's still being completely original - collector. This is not to say that someone shouldn't modify another. Plenty people do.

    It is a matter of preference. I'm older, MUCH older, now and to think if I would have just kept that fully restored 57 Chevy when I bought my first car... or the 70 LS6 Chevelle...... or the 1969 NOVA SS (No not the one I built the 511 for - I've owned 11 of those!).

    Enjoy what you have and have a great time with it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7camaro7 View Post
    I am going to be modding guys!

    This last weekend I had lots of fun with my SS. I did fuck up and burn my clutch for the first time though. It still works but I messed up with my big feet. I wear size 11 and I was trying to do a burn out so I reved it up to atleast 4000 or 5000 rpm and I meant to come all the way off the clutch but I lifted and my foot got stuck above the clutch on the black peice above it and I kept my other foot on the gas. It's funny because I thought I was smoking them but I wasn't. I learned from my girls grandaddy how to pop the clutch with like 3000rpms and I figured that's how to launch the 6spd. Also I had the chance to do some speed shifting and I had a blast!

    Question, do you absolutely have to pop the clutch to do a burn out?
    to answer your question. no.

    just putt along in first gear, get the RPM's up a bit the FLOOR IT!!!
    and press down on the brake gentley for a brakes stand or just keep you foot in it for a rolling burnout.

    i went out one night in my car and had it in second gear, cruised up to about 3500 RPMs and Floored it, it just roasted the tires ( i try not to burn out to much, tires are very expensive)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bene View Post
    All LS1 engines make 350 bhp. GM adverstised LS1 fbody with 305-325 bhp only so vette owners won't get their panties in a bunch. Why do you think LS1s on fbodies make 280-325 rwhp stock?
    how many hp does the 01 ss have ? All the info I look at says 325 hp

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    01's have 325, 335 and 345, just depending on what package you have...

    some of them had the packages I read.

    Also I've got the newest gmhtp and it says our engines make 400.4hp on the flywheel stock!!! so the hp on our cars are much closer to what we're puttin out to the wheels! ITS TRUE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPECOPS94 View Post
    It's a matter of opinion "To mod or not to mod". I have worked on everything I have ever owned and done some perf work to most of them. Everything from a 1969 NOVA w/ 511cid to the ole 1981 Z28 w/383cid. I now have the 2002 Camaro SS LE and although the bug bites me often, I refuse to modify it at all and have a greater desire to keep it completely orginal.

    But, I believe that it is the option of each individual in what they want to do with their car. Just because I prefer to keep mine original and the future value does come into play, ,not for sale purposes, but for owning a car that is highly admired/desired due to it's still being completely original - collector. This is not to say that someone shouldn't modify another. Plenty people do.

    It is a matter of preference. I'm older, MUCH older, now and to think if I would have just kept that fully restored 57 Chevy when I bought my first car... or the 70 LS6 Chevelle...... or the 1969 NOVA SS (No not the one I built the 511 for - I've owned 11 of those!).

    Enjoy what you have and have a great time with it!!!

    Mike
    i am with u. my car is 2 fast as is. i like smokin people with my stock car. lots of mods would be cool but i will stick with how it came

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    the 345 hp cars also came with an SLP airlid from factory if yours don't have that it's not the 345

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