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How did you get to 340-350 rwhp

This is a discussion on How did you get to 340-350 rwhp within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Just curious to see what set up you guys have on your LS1's to get you to the 340-350 rwhp ...

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    How did you get to 340-350 rwhp

    Just curious to see what set up you guys have on your LS1's to get you to the 340-350 rwhp range. My goal is to get the same rwhp, as we speak i have Hooker exhuast, cut out, SLP lid, K&N, Smooth Bellow, TB bypass, 4.10's(doesnt add any RWHP) and 160 Thermo and in the future i wanna get Mac Mids with ORY and a tune. Will this set up get me close to it ?
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    im waiting for a tune but with wat i got in my sig i got estimates as high as 360. so ur probably good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danger731 View Post
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    Those arent Rear Wheel numbers im assuming??? I was just thinking that if there were factory cars 80-90rwhp faster than others...someone needs to find out how and whats different about cars with the same exact setup and that MUCH more of a gain....

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    add some longtube headers and ory to what you have, and then get a tune. that should get you to where you want to be
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    you already have the ls6 intake so you wont need that, just a reminder

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    to get 360ish..your looking at a 30-60ish increase in rwhp depending on your app. as you sit right now..if you originally pulled 310rwhp..now with your mods you have would be around 320-325rwhp..long tube headers and a tune will get you around 30-40. on top of that..since you already have a ls6 intake..i bet your at about 325-330 right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blk_jaws View Post
    add some longtube headers and ory to what you have, and then get a tune. that should get you to where you want to be
    Quote Originally Posted by blk_jaws View Post
    you already have the ls6 intake so you wont need that, just a reminder
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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    damn you beat me good sir
    I never even read your post I automatically read the first post and replyed to it.

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    oh I see what your saying, we must have been typing at the same time and I posted first

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    Quote Originally Posted by blk_jaws View Post
    oh I see what your saying, we must have been typing at the same time and I posted first

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    Ya im gonna definitly go the LT route maybe Macs at the very worse, just need to find someone that does a good install on these without over charging. If i get around 340rwhp ill be happy with that, i was watching a few vids of Z28's with the bolt ons that were talking about slowly walking away on the new C6 Vettes and im suprised that this motor responds so well to aftermarket parts and is able to keep up and beat cars that came with much more hp. Then again were dumping all the bolt ons into our cars and glad to see and hear that you get your money's worth on most of the aftermarket parts.

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    Bone stock C6's run low 12's at about 117mph, you will not walk away from a C6 with engine rated 430+hp stock in a lighter package than a 350rwhp camaro with 400+lbs more weight. Aim for earlier year cars.

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    Ya the earlier years is the ones i meant, there is a vid on youtube of a Z pulling on a A4 C6 i know thats probably a 04-05 C6 after that the auto's changed and even the newer ones have higher hp rating i think because of the Z06 exhuast. Either way if i can get to about 340 rwhp ill be happy with that, there is a good vid on youtube as well with a Z running all bolt ons against a E55 and does pretty good with it as well kinda suprised at some of the vids i see, im sure there are many factors involved as to why one Z is faster then another other then just bolt ons some just dyno higher stock then others so you get a better start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightRiderZ View Post
    Those arent Rear Wheel numbers im assuming??? I was just thinking that if there were factory cars 80-90rwhp faster than others...someone needs to find out how and whats different about cars with the same exact setup and that MUCH more of a gain....

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    Do full bolt ons with a good tune, add a 100 shot and call it a day. 450 rwtq to the wheels should keep you in front of a LS3 C6 if you can hook.

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    Got 341.6hp and 355tq on a Mustang dyno.

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    My mods are:

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    Put down 341.4WHP with a vacuum leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    My mods are:

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    True Dual exhaust w/ H-pipe
    Tune

    Put down 341.4WHP with a vacuum leak.
    Yes sir, and with the right cam it would put you right at 385-400rwhp
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightRiderZ View Post
    Yes sir, and with the right cam it would put you right at 385-400rwhp
    I know...I'm just reluctant to get a cam, I really don't want to sacrifice any driveability, durability, or fuel economy...although those numbers would be nice...

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