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Old 07-17-2009, 10:09 PM
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Here is the dyno graph Chris. I know you were "only" looking for 700rwhp but here is where it ended up. Should be enough to give your neighbors hell

Chris did a lot of the work on his C5 himself and although we had to work out a couple kinks it really paid off for him...

I'm sure Chris can correct me if I am wrong on any of the parts but here goes:

LME 347cid LS1
(flat top pistons at approx 10.5:1 CR with 317 heads)
Non ported 317 Cylinder Heads
Dallas Performance Turbo Cam
Stock LS2 Intake Maifold
80# Injectors with LPE fuel pump
Meth Injection
APS TT Kit with stock 20g turbos


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Old 07-17-2009, 10:11 PM
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Old 07-17-2009, 10:15 PM
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Oh yeah, nice curves! Congrats
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Nice curves. Congrats, Enjoy the power
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Old 07-17-2009, 10:29 PM
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Man Im happy as I can be right now.

First off Id like to give Taylor and huge thumbs up for his work and patience with me and working though a few kinks in the build. You have exceeded my expectations dude and I really appreciate all the hard work.

Im really really gonna need the Mickey Thompson tires I have sitting in the garage now LOL

I cant wait to get that thing back
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Love that Tq curve. Congrats!
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Congrats, Chris! AWESOME #'s bro! Very . You will definitely need those MT's...I know I do!
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Thanks guys....Im gonna have a **** eating grin on my face for a long time to come

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Congrats, Chris! AWESOME #'s bro! Very . You will definitely need those MT's...I know I do!
Yeah man, I will probably need to keep them on there full-time.
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Old 07-17-2009, 11:35 PM
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congrats on the new found power ..and awesome work Taylor... another happy DALLAS PERFORMANCE customer ......how many pounds of boost are you running?

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congrats on the new found power ..and awesome work Taylor... how many pounds of boost are you running?
He said it was right at ~13.8
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Originally Posted by Corvette-Chris View Post
Thanks guys....Im gonna have a **** eating grin on my face for a long time to come



Yeah man, I will probably need to keep them on there full-time.
I mean to tell you. Sounds like a very nice set up. Be sure and drive safe.
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Congrats!!!
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Very nice results! Good job by Dallas performance and getting you well past the 700rwhp goal. Enjoy the power and drive safe
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Congrats chris this is badass...now beat jeffs *** hahahahahahaha
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
Here is the dyno graph Chris. I know you were "only" looking for 700rwhp but here is where it ended up. Should be enough to give your neighbors hell

Chris did a lot of the work on his C5 himself and although we had to work out a couple kinks it really paid off for him...

I'm sure Chris can correct me if I am wrong on any of the parts but here goes:

LME 347cid LS1
(flat top pistons at approx 10.5:1 CR with 317 heads)
Non ported 317 Cylinder Heads
Dallas Performance Turbo Cam
Stock LS2 Intake Maifold
80# Injectors with LPE fuel pump
Meth Injection
APS TT Kit with stock 20g turbos


I think this is one of the best APS dyno graphs that I have seen on a C5. It appears that things are flowing very well (efficient) as your hp is still way above your tq....which means no real choke off (restriction or back pressure) before or after the turbos. Just curious how much boost your were running to get the hp level?

Mine took about 14#s to make 746 rwhp....on a 347cid CR 8.9:1. I since upped the CR to 9.2:1. Just a result of re decking the surface of the heads and a slightly smaller head gasket when refreshed the motor.

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Originally Posted by 383c5 View Post
Congrats chris this is badass...now beat jeffs *** hahahahahahaha
Haha thanks man.

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I think this is one of the best APS dyno graphs that I have seen on a C5. It appears that things are flowing very well (efficient) as your hp is still way above your tq....which means no real choke off (restriction or back pressure) before or after the turbos. Just curious how much boost your were running to get the hp level?

Mine took about 14#s to make 746 rwhp....on a 347cid CR 8.9:1. I since upped the CR to 9.2:1. Just a result of re decking the surface of the heads and a slightly smaller head gasket when refreshed the motor.
Taylor told me This was right at ~13.8 psi. This is with -2cc flat top Weisco pistons, GM MLS head gaskets (LS2), and NON-ported 317 heads (stock cc)
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Great numbers! That car is gonna fly
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nice numbers chris, but arent you going to miss the spray? LOL. arent the stock 317s 72cc's? with those pistons and the mls gasket wouldnt be around 9.3:1?
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Great numbers! That car is gonna fly
Awesome results
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Originally Posted by algZO6 View Post
nice numbers chris, but arent you going to miss the spray? LOL. arent the stock 317s 72cc's? with those pistons and the mls gasket wouldnt be around 9.3:1?
I doubt Ill miss the spray LOL

Yeah from what I understand the 317's are 72cc
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