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    dyno'd finally

    Well I finally dyno'd my car after doing heads and cam.

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    2002 M6 Z28 Camaro
    LS6 Intake
    TSP PRC Stage 1 LS6 heads 61cc w/ PRC dual springs .650 lift
    Patriot Performance 225/229 .580/.590 114+4 LSA
    LS2 Timing Chain
    MTI Clear lid
    LPP Stainless Steel Long Tubes
    LPP Stainless Steel ORY
    Magnaflow 3 inch catback w/resonator in I pipe

    This was on a dynojet

    SAE Corrected 409rwhp 392rwtq




    Uncorrected 428rwhp 410rwtq





    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U05Idc-bpIc[/ame]

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    Nice numbers!

    Plans on taking it to the track?
    370 CI - Twin 6766 Turbo - Jakes stage 5 4L80E - MWC 9" - Holley Dominator

    Build in progress...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    Nice numbers!

    Plans on taking it to the track?
    Yeah once I get a new clutch. LS6 clutch + 400whp = stuck clutch pedal at WOT lol

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    Yep,

    What clutch you going with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    Yep,

    What clutch you going with?


    Currently looking into the Spec clutches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnybz28 View Post
    Currently looking into the Spec clutches.
    Personally, I would tell you to look elsewhere unless its a great deal. Monster and Textrilla are very nice clutches with awesome support.

    That said, I have a Spec 3 in my TA. It has held up wonderful under some pretty extreme conditions. That clutch saw at least 65 1/4 passe's last year and still holds/slips good. No chatter, and overall I'm happy with the clutch. I always add my review on my Spec when recommending a different brand, to be fair.

    Its just that Spec has so many cases of chatter that never resides, and overall general problems with the longevity of them. Granted they probably have more clutches out on the market, leading to more complaints per clutch dealer. Hardly ever hear any problems with Monster or Textrilla and they have proven themselves as very strong units.

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    Would have to agree with Hi-Po on the clutch choices. I have a Spec 3+ and I experience chatter from it during take off. It is very mild, but still annoying at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    Personally, I would tell you to look elsewhere unless its a great deal. Monster and Textrilla are very nice clutches with awesome support.

    That said, I have a Spec 3 in my TA. It has held up wonderful under some pretty extreme conditions. That clutch saw at least 65 1/4 passe's last year and still holds/slips good. No chatter, and overall I'm happy with the clutch. I always add my review on my Spec when recommending a different brand, to be fair.

    Its just that Spec has so many cases of chatter that never resides, and overall general problems with the longevity of them. Granted they probably have more clutches out on the market, leading to more complaints per clutch dealer. Hardly ever hear any problems with Monster or Textrilla and they have proven themselves as very strong units.
    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Would have to agree with Hi-Po on the clutch choices. I have a Spec 3+ and I experience chatter from it during take off. It is very mild, but still annoying at times.


    I would get a Monster but don't want a pucked clutch just yet. I've looked at Textralia but they are damn expensive lol.

    I am checking out Tick Performance for a Spec Stage 2+ right now.

    As far as chatter goes, when I had my SRT-4 my ACT street clutch would chatter all the time and sounded like a tiny helicopter. In the beginning it would annoy me but I got used to it within a week or so.

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    I've pretty much have gotten used to mine and it doesn't do it 100% of the time. It is just on take offs and if I give it just the right amount of gas while feathering out the clutch I can sometimes avoid it...just looks stupid when the guy next to you is admiring your car and then the f'in thing shakes all over the place

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    I've pretty much have gotten used to mine and it doesn't do it 100% of the time. It is just on take offs and if I give it just the right amount of gas while feathering out the clutch I can sometimes avoid it...just looks stupid when the guy next to you is admiring your car and then the f'in thing shakes all over the place
    hahaha yeah I hear ya

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    Look into www.KYSPEED.com for your clutch parts. They are a sponsor of this site. Shoot him a PM below.

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    ls7 clutch kit is quite popular. wouldnt that hold up to your power without problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00z28bubba View Post
    ls7 clutch kit is quite popular. wouldnt that hold up to your power without problems?
    It would up until I got a rear. After I get a rear I might be adding a power adder. I figure do the clutch once and do it right (at least for a 15K+ miles lol)

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    makes sense. didnt know you had immediate plans for more power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00z28bubba View Post
    makes sense. didnt know you had immediate plans for more power.
    They aren't exactly immediate but not very far away at the same time....if that makes any sense haha

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