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Old 06-20-2018, 11:15 AM
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So, My car is currently getting Dynoed. And I'm trying to estimate the Horsepower numbers. I was hoping for around 600, but my tuner isnt sure we can get that. I have a 14 Z51 with the Z06 supercharger kit from Weapon X.

My Current mod list is as follows:
LT4 Supercharger
LT4 Fuel Pump
LT4 injectors
2.4 Inch upper Pulley
K&N Z06 carbon Fiber intake
Kooks Headers and Xpipe
FasterProms Expansion Tank
WX Track Attack Heat Exchanger
JET 170 Degree Thermostat

What do you guys think?
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Old 06-20-2018, 09:49 PM
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Sounds like you'll find out soon. I think you'll be in the lower 500s at the wheels. Post up at pic of the dyno sheet when you get it. Depending on the type of dyno the number can vary quite a bit. Dyno jet usually gives the best numbers and loaded dyno like Mustang dyno tend to read lower. Looking forward to seeing your dyno sheet.
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Old 06-21-2018, 12:27 AM
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Here is the Dyno sheet, a little disappointing! But I'mma enjoy it.
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Put it on E85 with a flex fuel sensor and you'll hit your goal.
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Very nice!
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Old 06-21-2018, 09:28 AM
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Those torque numbers are awesome. That's where you feel the fun!
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Originally Posted by Bruce_K View Post
Here is the Dyno sheet, a little disappointing! But I'mma enjoy it.
Those are good numbers. The tuner has to be safe with the tune. I would say your running good. Is the 2.4 upper about stock?
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Old 06-21-2018, 11:23 AM
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I maybe close I think. I had a 2.6 upper before
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Old 06-22-2018, 05:44 PM
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Sweet now pulley down and watch it fly. Lol. Congrats.
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Put it on E85 with a flex fuel sensor and you'll hit your goal.
Yup! Would wake the car up big time.
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Yup! Would wake the car up big time.
is a tune required after a flex fuel sensor?
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is a tune required after a flex fuel sensor?
Yessir
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Originally Posted by Bruce_K View Post
Here is the Dyno sheet, a little disappointing! But I'mma enjoy it.
Solid numbers....pretty much on par with a C7Z.... Why would you expect more? You put a LT4 blower with a stock size pulley(stock is 2.5), on a stock LT1. Really the only thing you have that would make over stock LT4 power is the headers which is good for maybe 20hp, and whatever gain from the CAI..... I'd say you are right where you should be....Or at least within + or - 10hp.... Especially if the car is an auto.

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Old 06-24-2018, 06:36 PM
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Buy my flex senor and watch the power go up
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Can you run full E85 on this set up? I have similar.. except flex and meth. It did 640 whp on E35. I was told couldnt go over E50? This true?
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Round 2 coming up.
Ported blower
103 tb
low side Fuel pump
Flex fuel
and a 15% Lower
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Whatch tim8mg And hope u have catch can
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I do have a catch can, thinking about making the switch to a mighty mouse one
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Dont let dyno numbers get in the way of enjoying the car. Chasing a (dyno) number can unfortunately lead to unintended consequences (e.g. breakage, reliability compromises, etc). Your car is probably alot of fun now...big improvement over stock, while likely not being on the ragged edge. If you want more, and you likely will at some point...be aware of the "tradeoffs".
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Old 11-16-2018, 11:27 AM
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Thanks Earl,

The goal for this car has always 700whp. So thats what im trying to hit. specially with this baby blower.
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