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Got back from the Dyno w/ new mods...

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    Got back from the Dyno w/ new mods...

    Dyno Numbers old to new, all runs were made on the same dyno.

    313whp & 325wtq - stock
    378whp & 369wtq - same mods with old 221 cam
    392whp & 375wtq - NEW MODS!

    Mods:

    LS6 Heads
    Patriot Gold Valve Springs
    TSP hardened Push-Rods
    Lightweight FlyWheel
    LS7 Clutch
    224R Cam
    Ls6 Intake
    Ported Throttle Body
    SLP 85 MM Maf
    Long Tube Headers w/ full exhaust and cut-out



    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8aQKjSMISs&feature=player_embedded[/ame]
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    Nice, what dyno was this?

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    car is not tuned

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    Nice numbers.

    Are the heads ported?
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    Quote Originally Posted by transamtom View Post
    Nice numbers.

    Are the heads ported?
    Thanks, No head porting done, just stock LS6 heads

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    You made a few full dyno pulls but didn't tune it?

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    Nice car! what do you run at the track?
    2001 Camaro SS, LM 1, BMR LCA, relocation brackets, BMR springs, adj panhard bar, smooth below, lid, sub-frame connectors weld on, strut brace
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    I was at a dyno day with 40 other cars on the dyno, don't think a tune was an option. Plus I have a slight tune on it already for the idle hunting and start up.


    haven't ran on this set up yet

    old set up with the 221x221 561. lift cam 114 +4lsa cam

    Ran a 12.6 @ 114mph on a 2.1 60 foot bogging off the line, only got to make one pass on this set up lol, blew the rear end up next pass.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxmBnja2lb4[/ame]

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    My 01 a4 SS ran 13.06 at 106 mph all stock! just the slp lid,bilstein , frame rail connectors, and a strut tower brase. since then ive put a smooth bellow and the mass air flow sensor and new rims the zr1 17x9.5 up front and 17x11 out back with nitto nt 555zr all the way around

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01SsRacing View Post
    My 01 a4 SS ran 13.06 at 106 mph all stock! just the slp lid,bilstein , frame rail connectors, and a strut tower brase. since then ive put a smooth bellow and the mass air flow sensor and new rims the zr1 17x9.5 up front and 17x11 out back with nitto nt 555zr all the way around
    I ran a 13.1 @ 111mph spinning off the line on a 2.1 60 foot bone stock 6 speed on street tires.

    I have SFC's, pan hard bar, control arms, control arm relocation brackets, Strut tower bar, Strano Springs and KYB AGX adjustable shocks.

    All my previous runs were done before subframe connectors, Relocation brackets and springs/shocks.
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    you think with the new wide tires and the bellow and mass air flow ill break into the 12's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01SsRacing View Post
    you think with the new wide tires and the bellow and mass air flow ill break into the 12's?
    That mass air flow sensor was a complete waste of money if its anything but a stocker.

    Bellow may help in the slightest of ways, I guess thats all you need. I've never been a big believer of bellows.

    Tires may help if they're a DR. Otherwise, a wider street tire is usually just as hard to launch as a more narrow street tire. May help some.

    Get rid of the MAF, take your back seats out, spare tire/jack, the pennies in your cup holder, and you should make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    That mass air flow sensor was a complete waste of money if its anything but a stocker.

    Bellow may help in the slightest of ways, I guess thats all you need. I've never been a big believer of bellows.

    Tires may help if they're a DR. Otherwise, a wider street tire is usually just as hard to launch as a more narrow street tire. May help some.

    Get rid of the MAF, take your back seats out, spare tire/jack, the pennies in your cup holder, and you should make it.
    get that 60 foot time down and he should make it.

    The MAF isn't going to hurt as long as your tuned properly for it, DR's will make the difference. Bellows, intake, ported TB etc. will help a little bit, I guess you could say they all work together, gains will be minimal.

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    Even tuned, most of those MAF's wont actually stay true after time. Just garbage, leave it alone *** stop beating horse ***

    Any 60' at or above 2.0 is horrible, and is leaving a bunch on the table. Getting the 60' down to even 1.9 will probably net you almost 2 tenths at the big end.

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    the MAF came with the bellow so i put it on. the spare tire and jack are out of it. but i wouldnt take the rear seats out i just go for funn. i might go out this friday if the weather is right. But I deff have plans for a SLP LM and a tune maybe some cams

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01SsRacing View Post
    the MAF came with the bellow so i put it on. the spare tire and jack are out of it. but i wouldnt take the rear seats out i just go for funn. i might go out this friday if the weather is right. But I deff have plans for a SLP LM and a tune maybe some cams
    That would be singular, cam.

    Your A4? Get in touch with member/sponsor here, Frost. Do a mail order tune, and I guarantee you get into the 12's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    Even tuned, most of those MAF's wont actually stay true after time. Just garbage, leave it alone *** stop beating horse ***

    Any 60' at or above 2.0 is horrible, and is leaving a bunch on the table. Getting the 60' down to even 1.9 will probably net you almost 2 tenths at the big end.
    I agree the stock maf is good for 550hp.

    My Camaro came with a SLP Maf, so I am not going to change it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    That would be singular, cam.

    Your A4? Get in touch with member/sponsor here, Frost. Do a mail order tune, and I guarantee you get into the 12's.
    CAM my bad haha ive been talking to my friend with an IS300 about his car and cams. and your the second person telling me today about frost and a mail order tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon_Z28 View Post
    I was at a dyno day with 40 other cars on the dyno, don't think a tune was an option. Plus I have a slight tune on it already for the idle hunting and start up.


    haven't ran on this set up yet

    old set up with the 221x221 561. lift cam 114 +4lsa cam

    Ran a 12.6 @ 114mph on a 2.1 60 foot bogging off the line, only got to make one pass on this set up lol, blew the rear end up next pass.

    that mph was enough for a high 11 low 12 run with a good 60'

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01SsRacing View Post
    CAM my bad haha ive been talking to my friend with an IS300 about his car and cams. and your the second person telling me today about frost and a mail order tune.
    Just messing with ya

    Frost is a very good tuner. For anything below heads/cam etc... mail order works very well.

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