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Old 04-22-2019, 05:28 PM
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Itís not very often dyno numbers come out higher than expected. I didnít think we would hit 595.5 rwhp. And that torque curve seems really flat. Pleasantly surprised.
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I bet that car is a blast to drive!
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Real nice! I would much rather have that than 630whp with less torque under the curve. Typically, the latter is even slower.

What heads, cam, and manifold?
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Old 04-24-2019, 05:31 PM
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Texas speed CNC job, valve guides, and milled .025. Texas speed long tubes and mid pipe. Brian Tooley stage 2 cam, lifters, pushrods. ARP head studs. modified Corsa intake, stock intake manifold and throttle body. Monster clutch twin disc LT1-S
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Originally Posted by moonlightgarage View Post
Texas speed CNC job, valve guides, and milled .025. Texas speed long tubes and mid pipe. Brian Tooley stage 2 cam, lifters, pushrods. ARP head studs. modified Corsa intake, stock intake manifold and throttle body. Monster clutch twin disc LT1-S
How do you like that clutch?
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Old 05-09-2019, 06:34 PM
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I haven't drove the car much on the road and now 1 track day since I only have hoosier R7 scrubs on it right now. Between that bigger cam and the clutch it is going to take some getting use to. It's hard to find the right sweet spot between stalling the car and tire spine. I'm sure a lot of that has to do with my inexperience with twin disk clutches but it's harder then I expected.
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Old 05-27-2019, 06:35 PM
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well this just sold me on btr stage two
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Impressive numbers for a relatively mild cam. I'm guessing the TS CNC porting program added a fair amount as well.

Anyone have a feel for what the power difference is between the BTR stage 2 and stage 3 cam?
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My bad, itís actually the BTR stage 3.
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