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    how much HP do u all think?

    I don't own the car anymore. I never got it to a dyno or to the track so I dont know what it was capable of on the track or dyno.
    The car was a 95-Z28 with performance parts listed; comp cam 224/230 dur, 503/510 lift, crane valve springs, 1.6 rr, k&n coldair ind, jet stage 2 module, crank pulley, mac shorty headers with 3-inch flowmaster 40 series cut off under the passenger floorboard, msd wires, shift-kit, 2400 stall, 3;42 gear. I appreciate all the help. I'm just curious cause I still miss it. how much Hp do you all think? thanks

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    id say.... 280-300....

    i think they put down 230-240 stock right?
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    i appreciate it, any info is helpful. im going to start on my 98 z here pretty soon, i guess the first upgrades will be long tube headers and a slp lid, it had slp exhaust when i bought it, do you all think that would be a good choice to start with?

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    i guess around 310 rwhp is pretty good, what kindve 1/4 times would you guess, i know one thing, this is a great website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vernon View Post
    i appreciate it, any info is helpful. im going to start on my 98 z here pretty soon, i guess the first upgrades will be long tube headers and a slp lid, it had slp exhaust when i bought it, do you all think that would be a good choice to start with?

    if it already has an slp exhaust, leave it be.

    if the car is an automatic, get a stall converter first. its the best possible performance upgrade you can get.

    get the long tubes of youre choice, they all make about the same h.p

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    i appreciate it, i'm going to put a stall and shift kit in at the same time. i looked at hedman headers 'stepped headers' i think is the name of them, i seen them at pace performance.

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    its agood idea to do as much as possible and tune it.
    if you do a stall, (no less than 3000rpm) and headers plus tune, you should take off close to a second of e.t

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    thanks i appreciate all the info

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