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Gimme predictions: ECS sm. blower cam, A&A V1 3.8, TSP LT, 3.42, 3400 stall

 
Old 04-28-2019, 02:27 AM
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Default Gimme predictions: ECS sm. blower cam, A&A V1 3.8, TSP LT, 3.42, 3400 stall

I have a 2001 convertible A4 that had an A&A kit with a V1 unit and a 3.8 pulley installed 5k miles ago. The car had TSP long tubes, Z06 catback and mufflers. We should be finishing the ECS Small Blower cam tomorrow, along with the dual springs, chromoly pushrods, Melling oil pump, LS2 chain and a new power steering pump and water pump with 160* stat for good measure. Then we will be adding 3.42 differential w/ 30k miles from a Z06, a 3400 stall speed converter by Phoenix Transmission, a Transgo shift kit and tranny cooler topped off with a solid tune by a local shop owned by Randy Prevatt.

What types of dyno numbers should I be anticipating?

What times of track times should I expect with my 335 sized Michelin Super Sports?

My car is wide bodied---what are the thoughts of running a budget drag setup by using my 17x9.5 stock front wheels as rear wheels with ET Streets or Hoosiers? In order to keep the drag wheel setup "in line" with the fenders, would it be okay to use a pretty hefty spacer? I would only be using the spacer at straight line timed drag events if that matters. I am on a budget and trying to do what I can. I would like to eventually run 17x12 C4 ZR1 wheels with some ET's or similar.

I'm excited about the built and am just wondering what types of numbers you all would expect on the dyno, at the track, as well as thoughts on tires. I'd even appreciate some 'future directions' for the car (and I am keeping an RPM trans in mind for sure). Thanks
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What kind of power did you have with the v1 kit alone?
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Is this a V1 as in V1-Si blower? V1 just designates the version, the trim(Si, Ti, Ysi) is what tells us the size.
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