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Phenominal video capturing the build progression from start to finish!!

May I ask (since I don't know), what generally causes a gap between HP and Torque, such as for this build 71 lb ft of torque (627/556). What is necessary to close that gap and increase the torque?

​​​​​​​What is more important at this level of performance, HP or TQ?

Thanks in advance!!

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Originally Posted by WICKEDFRC View Post
Phenominal video capturing the build progression from start to finish!!

May I ask (since I don't know), what generally causes a gap between HP and Torque, such as for this build 71 lb ft of torque (627/556). What is necessary to close that gap and increase the torque?

​​​​​​​What is more important at this level of performance, HP or TQ?

Thanks in advance!!
What causes the gap between hp and torque? Bore/stroke, cylinder head design, intake/exhaust airflow/design, camshaft/valve events, compression ratio, fuel type, spark/injection events are all major factors. Remember horsepower is just torque over time.
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Originally Posted by Katech_Jason View Post
What causes the gap between hp and torque? Bore/stroke, cylinder head design, intake/exhaust airflow/design, camshaft/valve events, compression ratio, fuel type, spark/injection events are all major factors. Remember horsepower is just torque over time.
LOVE this package. Very interested in getting it. I had 16 Z06, how does this package compare to a stock Z06? Pretty similar in terms of power and delivery?
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Only question I have is what us the tech looking at with the hand held microscope in the crank case before the timing cover is installed.

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LOVE this package. Very interested in getting it. I had ‘16 Z06, how does this package compare to a stock Z06? Pretty similar in terms of power and delivery?
Here are a couple graphs:

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Only question I have is what us the tech looking at with the hand held microscope in the crank case before the timing cover is installed.
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Originally Posted by Katech_Jason View Post
Here are a couple graphs:

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Thank you for posting those, very interesting to compare. The 427 is so nicely linear, and not so torquey down low, probably makes for a little more useable power and a ton of fun! Also noticed it appears redline is raised! I actually called a couple days ago. I'll be sending you an e-mail for more info soon. Thank you.
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But what's the mpg? ;-) ;-)

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