Just got the car dynotuned!

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  1. 94yellowgt

    94yellowgt Active Member

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    Mods are in the sig and I saw 11.7 psi of boost.

    I was really pleased and suprised with the numbers on such a safe tune.

    It maxed 506.5 hp & 510.9 tq at the rear tires. This is all with a stock bottom end with 149,000+ miles on it.
     
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    congrats on some sweet numbers. :thumb:

    stock block. :noes:
     
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    AaRoN King Post Whore

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    Congrats on the great #'s O0 O0
     
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    yellowgt Member

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    Those are some nice numbers man.

    Do you have any pics of the motor??
     
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    94yellowgt Active Member

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    I know, I know. I was expecting around 450. I was really suprised especially on a very safe tune.
     
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    Why yes I do!

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  7. Lightning Struck

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    NIIIIIIIIIICCCCCCCEEEEEEE :boink: :boink: :boink: :boink: :boink:
     
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    nice #'s, i'm putting together my list for my hci swap, how do you like the f cam?, would you recommend the 165cc?
     
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    I do like the F-cam, I even liked it N/A. I would recommend the AFR 165's and the F-cam, you can't argue with those numbers I put down. I was very suprised because of how people rag the "letter" cams and they still perform really well. The car drives just like stock except when you hit the go pedal :naughty:
     
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    does the gt40 intake fit under the stock hood? before you put the blower on what fuel upgraeds did you do for the hci?
     
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    nice :thumb:

    stock bottom end... :noes:

    hope you got some cash saved to build it up.



    God I need to pulley down some and make some power. :(


    8 pounds of boost sucks..
     
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    97blackgt Well-Known Member

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    :boink: :boink:
     
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    Your my idol lol. Those are some damn nice numbers man. So no regrets not going to the 185s I guess then? What size TB/Maf are you running? Engine bay is awesome. Congrats on the numbers.
     
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    I think the Gt-40 will fit a stock hood but you have to take the hood blanket out. I don't know for sure because I already had my hood before the intake and I am running a spacer, but a friend had one on his and thats what he told me he did.

    I still had the stock fuel pump and injectors before I did the blower because I knew I was getting the blower and didn't want to buy twice. I just turned my fuel pressure up some and let it ride.
     
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    Thanks and no I have no regrets about not going with the 185's, one because I still have stock pistons and they wouldn't fit, and two you just can't argue with numbers some of us 165 guys are putting out.

    I am running a 75mm Professional Products throttle body and SCT BA 2800 Big Mouth maf.
     
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    Here is the graph and chart if anyone is interested.

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  17. SvtBlack95

    SvtBlack95 Well-Known Member

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    man those are sweet numbers
     
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    Thanks! Yeah the numbers aren't too bad for a worn out bottom end.

    Actually the car barely even has any blowby which I was really suprised because of the miles on the motor.