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Slp lid

This is a discussion on Slp lid within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by karpetcm when i put my lid, k&n, smooth bellow and ported throttle body i did not notice ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by karpetcm View Post
    when i put my lid, k&n, smooth bellow and ported throttle body i did not notice any difference at all. I was expecting atleast a quicker throttle response but i guess mine was quick enough already. Only thing ive done that i felt a major difference is gears, hopefully when i put the headers on ill give some feedback on those.

    The Hp gain is too small to notice a difference or a big difference atleast it was for me. Every car is different, believe it or not when i put on shorty headers on my 93 LT1 Camaro i felt a major difference and a tune. I would purposly bog it in 2nd gear and let the rpms climb and then it would spin bad as soon as it hit 5000 rpm's to 6000 rpm's easy.
    One of the best mods I ever did for Butt Dyno power was P&P Throttle Body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5abivt View Post
    I put in a K&N and did the free ram air mod. Is there that large of a gain with a lid? I think 5 hp from a lid is significant. i didnt go with one because I think the aftermarket lids are ugly.. the stocker seems to fit real nice and keep the compartment (especially at the front) look neat.
    From everyones responses it looks like it adds around 5-7 hp. Now for only 100 dollars Id say thats damn good.

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    Hey guys. The lid is installed now. The car def feels a bit quicker. I noticed it mainly in first gear for some reason. haha

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    as long as you enjoy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by allbaugh_04 View Post
    as long as you enjoy it
    looks alot better than that baffled up stock air box

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    sure does

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    What is the part number for the amsoil air filter for our LS1 engines with lid?

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    Eaa-83

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpop98ws6 View Post
    Eaa-83
    thanks.

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    hmm do they stop making this filter? The EAA-83 is not listed on their website no more.

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    Even though I voted 5hp, I do not believe there is any hp gain with the lid, over the stock unit.

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    Set the stock lid and SLP lid side by side and do a comparison. There is a marked difference between the two in how much the stock lid is necked down and baffled. Since the engine is simply an air pump, the easier it is to get the air into it (and out of it) the more efficient and powerful it is going to be. Couple the lid with other mods and then its full potential can be realized.

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