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Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by 96 GEETEE, Jun 25, 2007.
to make 300 or more HP, with using bolt ons, on a pi engine
which route do you want to go...N/A? nitrous? F/I? any of the ways are possible, 300rwhp isn't very hard with a PI motor.
maybe i should go with nawz i dunno. is there any ways to make 300 with, TB, plenum, CAI, pullies, exhaust, possibly cams, and any other stuff like that
i imagine it will take headwork. i'm still a noob to 4.6s myself. only had my car for about a month.
im a noob tooo lots to learn about these cars
I'm no expert either. But I do know that 2v 4.6's do not respond well to most mods without a power adder. I do know that with a little bit of heads, cams, and intake work you should be right around 300. Powerheads sells their stage II PI Swap that is "guaranteed" 110 rwhp using the Romeo heads, cams, and intake along with a valve job, and springs. It is pretty expensive at $2700 but worth it in my opinion instead of wasting time with 5 and 10 HP here and there with the basic boltons.
ill keep that in mind do you have a link were i could buy this. and i just turned 17 so i just wanted to start with the small shit and work my way up,
if you haven't already swapped in the PI motor into your GT, don't bother.
Vortec S Trim
Easy installation, bolt on, good power, plenty of potential for more.
How much HP can the Vortech S trim flow up to?
you can get over 300 with cams and porting NA with PI heads.
Like 95PGT said, blow it if you already have the headswap done.
HP is relative to the flow of your engine, the better it flows, the more power you get per pound of boost.
straight from the vortech website...
Keep in mind there are a variety of V Versions and S, SQ, T, etc. versions of their superchargers for various displacements, flow rates, etc.
That's what I've got, with their hot street cams as well.