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    What kind of power can I expect with this set up?

    Just wondering what kind of numbers I can expect?

    • Professional degreeing of camshaft 224/228 114
    • Lingenfelter Stage 2 cylinder heads
    • LPE valve springs and lightweight valve spring retainers
    • Over sized stainless steel intake/exhaust valves
    • Three angle valve job, set correct spring tensions & heights
    • Custom Competition Cams hydraulic roller camshaft
    • Oil pump modification
    • Ported and polished throttle body
    • MSD 8.5 MM spark plug wires
    • NGK TR55 spark plugs
    • Kooks Stainless long tube exhaust headers
    • High flow catalytic converters and Y pipe
    • Rollmaster timing chain set
    • All necessary gaskets, bolts and fluids
    • Professional installation, testing and LS1 Edit tuning
    • LS6 Intake Manifold

    My car is a 00 Ws6 6-speed 4.10 gears all bolt ons, it dynoed at 340 RWHP
    what can i expect afterwards?

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    quick question, any details on the heads, and how much for the heads. Lingenfelter is prolly expensive. You could prolly go with a good set of stage 2 heads from any other manufacturer or speed shop (making the same if not more power) and save enough money on them to get a FAST 90/90 setup instead of a LS6 manifold and ported TB.

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    ???

    Might sound dumb, but what is a 90/90 setup??

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    90mm Throttle body and 90mm intake manifold.

    ex: http://www.ws6project.com/user_stor/...efc46d14edfaa0

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericosu84 View Post
    Just wondering what kind of numbers I can expect?

    • Professional degreeing of camshaft 224/228 114
    • Lingenfelter Stage 2 cylinder heads
    • LPE valve springs and lightweight valve spring retainers
    • Over sized stainless steel intake/exhaust valves
    • Three angle valve job, set correct spring tensions & heights
    • Custom Competition Cams hydraulic roller camshaft
    • Oil pump modification
    • Ported and polished throttle body
    • MSD 8.5 MM spark plug wires
    • NGK TR55 spark plugs
    • Kooks Stainless long tube exhaust headers
    • High flow catalytic converters and Y pipe
    • Rollmaster timing chain set
    • All necessary gaskets, bolts and fluids
    • Professional installation, testing and LS1 Edit tuning
    • LS6 Intake Manifold

    My car is a 00 Ws6 6-speed 4.10 gears all bolt ons, it dynoed at 340 RWHP
    what can i expect afterwards?
    I would say right around 400-410 RWHP, with a little bigger cam (TSP 228R) could see 425 with those heads but I am not an expert. Just a guess.
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    I was under the impression that a 90mm throttle body wasn't really necessary unless you have increased displacement or possibly forced induction.

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    around 390-400rwhp/380-390rwtq...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKSS00 View Post
    I was under the impression that a 90mm throttle body wasn't really necessary unless you have increased displacement or possibly forced induction.
    OR heads/cam...

    a 90/90 setup would greatly help out a H/C car...
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    Ahh ok cool, just wasnt sure it was necessary over the 78mm, guess it is thanks.

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    I just had it dynoed

    it made 351 RWHP, I take the car to Lingenfelter on Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericosu84 View Post
    it made 351 RWHP, I take the car to Lingenfelter on Monday.
    only gained 11 at the rear wheels? you should of gained more than that with the LS6 intake alone I would think. Was it the same dyno you used before? Dyno jet or Mustang dyno? Also have you tuned it yet? What are the flow rates on those heads? Just curious.

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    The 351RWHP was before all of the heads and cam work. The 351 was with full boltons at Lingenfelter. It will be done friday May 18th. I would shoot myself if it were 351 RWHP after Heads/Cam Headers LS6 Intake and UD Pulleys and Tune. John Page said expect an 80-90 RWHP gain.

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    my car is back an it made 454 RWHP and 390 RHTQ with 410 gears

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    Do you have a dyno sheet? What RPM did you spin it up to? That torque is really low for the HP IMO, but overall those are great numbers! Congrats!

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