Mechanical HP Gains
This is a discussion on Mechanical HP Gains within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have a 2000 TA, automatic. Dont know a whole lot about what all I can do to get mechanical ...
03-28-2010, 08:34 AM #1
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Mechanical HP Gains
I have a 2000 TA, automatic. Dont know a whole lot about what all I can do to get mechanical HP gains or if that is even the right verbiage. I put on a Precision Torque converter and realized the gains immediately. I did a little research and it looked like there are some parts/add ons that do not need to go through a tuning process in order to see the HP Gains. Again I dont know a whole lot about this area but I am wondering what else I can buy to put on the car where I will see the HP gains immediately. So far I have put on a new MAF, Smooth Bellows, SLP Loudmouth Exhaust, and the torque converter. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
03-28-2010, 09:22 AM #2
The standard mods are to get an aftermarket exhaust and a cold air lid. That should add some gains for you without the need for a tune. You can do headers too, if you have the cash and time (also no tune required.)2000 WS6 TA #2946 - A4, Best 1/4: 12.5s @111mph.
SLP LTs, 228r Cam, SY 3500, Shift kit, LS6 intake, underdrive pulleys, lid, p&p TB, Borla w/ cutout, Pro-kit springs, poly all around, Hotchkis suspension, 3.90 gears, tuned.
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