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Old 11-22-2017, 11:41 AM
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I had a 2015 1LE that went [email protected] with E85, Bolt Ons and 1.85 Rockers. Unfortunately it was totaled. I decided to replace it with a C6 since the majority of my parts would fit it and it weighs roughly 700 pounds less. Currently I have installed the 1.85 rockers, PSI 1511s with Ti Retainers, Rod Mod LS3 Intake (will be cutting the floor out of the stocker and doing some runner work to it and test both). I will port the throttle body, put the mezier EWP on, make a ram air set up and put the LSA injectors in with a flex fuel sensor. (I have everything except the sensor) Got a stage 2 Differential with 4.10s on the way with the dif/trans brace and I will be using my 5.5" tilton clutch set up which weighs about 17 pounds. Got a set of 16" salad shooter that I will put a set of 26" Hoosier QTPs on. Would like to see it make 440/440 at the wheels with this set up. Is touching the 10s on stock manifolds stock exhaust doable? I have NPP which is the only option on it and the Chrome forged wheels.

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Old 11-22-2017, 05:50 PM
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You didn't say if you have LS2, LS3 or LS7........but I'd say no.....but there are a lot of people here who know far more than I know.

If you haven't already looked at the 1/4 Mile Sticky at the top of the Tech Forum, check it out, you'll get a lot of info based on what others are using. Good luck.

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If you have to ask if you can with stock exhaust, I doubt youll be running 10's NA. Assuming you are talking LS2 if the power mentioned is your goal.

Maybe you're an excellent driver and can run mid-bottom 11's with 440hp?

I would have to say you'll be quick, but not reach your goal with everything you mentioned.

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Old 11-22-2017, 10:32 PM
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The stock exhaust manifolds w/cats will be a restriction. Air in has to have a way out. I'd be checking the fit on those 16" wheels before you buy tires, since I believe there will be interference. You didn't mention a tune, but I assume that'll be included. The other thing you'll need is the driver mod to launch the car with those 4.11's and cross your fingers so you don't snap axles. Otherwise, 10's are likely.
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Rick it’s a 2010 1LT LS3 since the 1LE didn’t come with anything but an LS3 I thought that would be pretty clear. I asked if it was possible hoping somebody had tried to maximize drivetrain prior to slapping headers on one. The 5.5” clutch and 4.10s is a bigger gain then headers imo. As far as making axles live I had 4.56s in my 7.5” 10 Bolt so this should be a cake walk. I have test fitted the 16” wheels already and with some minor clearance on the upright they will work fine. I was able to make 473rwhp/476trq with the 1LE. Just new to the Vette world and look forward to keeping this post updated as the build and results progress. Thanks for the input so far. Phil
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Old 11-23-2017, 12:28 AM
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I think it's doable.
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Well if it doesn't do it you know it will be the exhaust that's the reason and a zo6 exhaust should fix that. My car is an A6 and although i haven't run in the tens yet I know it will i just never get to go to the track. My car with just a CAI,headers ,converter and drag radials has been a 11.10 @123.6 so the MPH is there. I was losing a ton do to my car not shifting until i let off and let it shift. That is now fixed and its a huge difference. I also ran that 123 mph with a non npp exhaust. Im going to VMP in a few weeks and looking to run [email protected] 125.
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Yes auto! Manual is gonna be hard to do.
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Well if it doesn't do it you know it will be the exhaust that's the reason and a zo6 exhaust should fix that. My car is an A6 and although i haven't run in the tens yet I know it will i just never get to go to the track. My car with just a CAI,headers ,converter and drag radials has been a 11.10 @123.6 so the MPH is there. I was losing a ton do to my car not shifting until i let off and let it shift. That is now fixed and its a huge difference. I also ran that 123 mph with a non npp exhaust. Im going to VMP in a few weeks and looking to run [email protected] 125.


I am in for your success

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Yew can dooo eeet!!
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Old 12-21-2017, 02:28 PM
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I think it will be easier than you think. Swapping to 4:10s is going to help big time.
Good luck!
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Been busy getting ready for spring. Got the clutch, 4.10s and ram air built. Put a new set of Bilstiens and new z51 rear mono leaf spring in. We still have lots to get done but it's a start.
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Thanks Matt.
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If you end up a little short it will be easy and relatively cheap to add enough NOS to get there.
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If you can cut a 1.7 60ft it should be super easy. As long as you have traction lol
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A few more steps in the right direction.
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Old 02-07-2018, 11:41 AM
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When you going to the track??
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Originally Posted by Scotty2000SS View Post
When you going to the track??
Likely before you LOL Tracks open here in March but the weather is a crap shoot!
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Originally Posted by lazerlemonta View Post
Likely before you LOL Tracks open here in March but the weather is a crap shoot!
Scotty2000SS lives close to Sacramento Raceway, which is already open. He could race this Saturday if his car is ready. (?) Jus sayin.

Oh BTW, you're looking good to go. The biggest problem will be sticking the launch and seat time can cure that. GL

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