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This is a discussion on got it dynoed within the Dyno Information forums, part of the Racing Forums category; before the tune my numbers were 291 hp 319 tq that is with slp cai, pacesetter lt with off road ...

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    got it dynoed

    before the tune my numbers were 291 hp 319 tq that is with slp cai, pacesetter lt with off road y,

    after tune he got 305 hp and 331 tq, he was dissapointed do to he usually gets at least a 20 hp gain, and he said it may be du to high miles 116K?

    but when he did dyno it with the stock 2.73 gears it hit 162mph on the dyno, i thought the wheels were gonna rip off,

    allthough i am satisfied , the car runs great and when it finally shifts into second at 50 it spins, no more torqu managment

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    what if my exhaust is restricted, i mean all i have for the catback is a welded on magnaflow and stock mid pipe, and the stock rectangle tips

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    id be happy with those numbers with a high mileage car

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    wow those numbers are low i wouldnt think that the miles would affect it,

    heres a few tips:

    change the fuel filter
    change the PCV valve
    flush the coolant system
    run some fuel system cleaner
    run some oil system cleaner

    that may help more that you think, its what i did when i got mine, and mine only had 64k on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss View Post
    wow those numbers are low i wouldnt think that the miles would affect it,

    heres a few tips:

    change the fuel filter
    change the PCV valve
    flush the coolant system
    run some fuel system cleaner
    run some oil system cleaner

    that may help more that you think, its what i did when i got mine, and mine only had 64k on it
    Sounds like a good idea, i'll prally do the same now that it's put away for winter. I would expect at least 325 rwhp with full exhaust and cai...
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    SLP Short Throw, Lid and CAI, BMR STB and SFC, UMI PHB, Pacesetter LT's and ORY, Magnaflow Catback, DMH 3" E-Cutout, LS7 Clutch, Motive 4.10, 160 T-Stat, MSD, !AIR, !EGR, 17x9.5 Chrome C6's wrapped in Hankook 275/40/17

    Tuned at Mongillo Motors in New Haven, CT

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    see the weird thing is that the car ran a 13.08 at 107 with the 2.73 gear before the tune, and headers, so maybe the dyno was off , oh he did say it was 20 low at 500 hp , his viper only dynoed 473 hp with exhaust and tune

    i am always up to tune on oil changes and i do need to replace the fuel filter, oh and a ses light just came ono for the o2 sensor so it may be bad as well, its gonna be in the garage for a while since we just got 1.5 feet of snow so it looks like a good time to do some maintainance

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    when cleaning fuel system should i get the one for the entire fuel system or the one specifically for the fuel injectors??
    also, which product do u guys recommend for cleaning the oil sytem
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by adham View Post
    when cleaning fuel system should i get the one for the entire fuel system or the one specifically for the fuel injectors??
    also, which product do u guys recommend for cleaning the oil sytem
    thanks

    RunRite fuel system cleaner

    Read 2nd post and go to that site. It is great shit

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    those numbers are pretty close to mine, i put down 308 rwhp my mods are LT's, SLP lid, not cats and i have a 120,xxx miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by GottaHaveLS1 View Post
    Sounds like a good idea, i'll prally do the same now that it's put away for winter. I would expect at least 325 rwhp with full exhaust and cai...
    I agree.

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    seems low to me, but if he said the dyno was off 20 then.....

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