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Old 05-04-2019, 01:34 PM
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Results on a Mustang Dyno for a 2015 stock a8 z06 on 91octane:
529/573 SAE

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Old 05-04-2019, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Ludicrous_Speed View Post
2016 M7

aFe Momentum intake w/ dry filter
Tony Mamo ported TB
ARH 1 7/8" long tubes/catless Xpipe
Corsa Xtreme axleback
Fasterproms expansion tank

647 RWHP / 657 RWTQ on a Dynamax, 55-60 degree humid day
Are you missing pulleys on the mod list? 75 HP from intake, TB and long tubes is a lot.

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Old 05-04-2019, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Terminator_mk6 View Post
Still just 93 octane?
Yes 93 pump gas. I was pleasantly surprised when I heard the number.
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Are you missing pulleys on the mod list? 75 HP from intake, TB and long tubes is a lot.
Not missing any HP mods on the list. I have Girodisc brake rotors which are lighter than stock so maybe some difference there? It's corrected but regardless it was cool air so I'm sure that made a difference as well. The dyno tune was this past Wednesday 5/1/19 in Cream Ridge, NJ at 11:30 AM if anyone cares to figure out the DA. I do not have a stock baseline for comparison either.
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Old 05-04-2019, 09:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Ludicrous_Speed View Post


Yes 93 pump gas. I was pleasantly surprised when I heard the number.

Not missing any HP mods on the list. I have Girodisc brake rotors which are lighter than stock so maybe some difference there? It's corrected but regardless it was cool air so I'm sure that made a difference as well. The dyno tune was this past Wednesday 5/1/19 in Cream Ridge, NJ at 11:30 AM if anyone cares to figure out the DA. I do not have a stock baseline for comparison either.
Wow that's solid.
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Old 05-05-2019, 08:30 AM
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2015 Z07 M7 4k miles

789 whp and 797 wtq on 93 oct. Dynojet SAE

827 whp and 867 wtq on e70 blend. Dynojet SAE


Kong ported blower and snout 2017 Lid
2.3 griptech upper and 15% lower
TSP ported heads
NW 103mm
BTR stage 2 38% fuel lobe cam
Cordes H.e. and new 5" intake
ARH 2" LTH with 3" x-pipe swane tech coated
Akrapovic Axle back
CSP low side fuel system and DSX flex fuel sensor
CSP Dual nozzle meth kit
Prospeed trunk tank
Monster clutch
Fasterproms thermal reduction plates
Mighty mouse catch can.

Tuned and built by Complete Street Performance in P.A.

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Old 05-05-2019, 09:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Im__fit View Post
2015 Z07 M7 4k miles

789 whp and 797 wtq on 93 oct. Dynojet SAE

827 whp and 867 wtq on e70 blend. Dynojet SAE


Kong ported blower and snout 2017 Lid
2.3 griptech upper and 15% lower
TSP ported heads
NW 103mm
BTR stage 2 38% fuel lobe cam
Cordes H.e. and new 5" intake
ARH 2" LTH with 3" x-pipe swane tech coated
Akrapovic Axle back
CSP low side fuel system and DSX flex fuel sensor
CSP Dual nozzle meth kit
Prospeed trunk tank
Monster clutch
Fasterproms thermal reduction plates
Mighty mouse catch can.

Tuned and built by Complete Street Performance in P.A.
Glad to see our products are working out well on your car! Nice numbers.
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Old 05-19-2019, 01:11 PM
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2017 M7 Z06

Kong Ported Blower/Snout
ZR1 95mm Throttle Body
AFE Intake w/Blue Hi Flow Filter
2.175” Upper Pulley
Full Stock Exhaust

660 HP / 670 TQ SAE on a Dynojet
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Old 06-11-2019, 05:05 PM
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Originally Posted by K2XSNOW View Post
DYNOJET - 88 deg. F. - 44% Humitity - SAE 1.03 CF - Dens Alt: 2650
'17 M7 - Drop-in Filter, Borla X, Ported TB
1st: 579 / 594 AF:14.63
2nd: 577 / 594 AF:14.45
3rd: 580 / 588 AF:15.00

Installed Halltech Intake to replace the drop-in filter. I can post details later.
Did you pickup any power with the Halltech? Considering making the same switch as you, and I have the same mods.
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Old 06-12-2019, 12:19 PM
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Did you pickup any power with the Halltech? Considering making the same switch as you, and I have the same mods.
Halltech is the best. Yes, 15+whp more. Torque showed the same or dropped, which I don't believe. I'll post dyno if I can remember. I may cut out primary cats soon for a little more, well see.
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Old 06-12-2019, 03:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Freaked Ls3 View Post
I am looking for stock M7 Z06 dyno’s and with bolt on mods. Hope people post up on this
2015 M7 Z06, always on the same Dynojet dyno, all results are SAE CORRECTED:

stock: 580, 618 torque
with Halltech: 624, 644 torque
added 9% overdrive pulley: 650, 689 torque
added Norcal cat delete pipes, gutted secondary cats: 673, 721 torque
tuned with E-85 (really got E-70) 730, and 756 torque

I am at 6,000 feet altitude, your results may vary.
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Old 06-12-2019, 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Ludicrous_Speed View Post

Yes 93 pump gas. I was pleasantly surprised when I heard the number.

Not missing any HP mods on the list. I have Girodisc brake rotors which are lighter than stock so maybe some difference there? It's corrected but regardless it was cool air so I'm sure that made a difference as well. The dyno tune was this past Wednesday 5/1/19 in Cream Ridge, NJ at 11:30 AM if anyone cares to figure out the DA. I do not have a stock baseline for comparison either.
Was this at ECS? They do the work as well? These are great numbers.
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Old 06-12-2019, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by TONYpepperon1 View Post
Was this at ECS? They do the work as well? These are great numbers.
It was at ECS. I did all the work myself except for the headers because I don't think I had enough room to get them on without a lift so I had my local mechanic put those on for me. I took a trip down to ECS after and Doug did my tune. I thought I heard wrong after the pull when he said the numbers then I read them off the screen with my own eyes. Definitely had great air that day so I'm sure that played a part despite the correction factor but ECS is well known for good results.
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Old 06-12-2019, 10:34 PM
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I have a 2019 M7, put on the rollers (dynojet) when it had about 1000 miles on it. Running 93 octane, only power mods are BMS filter and Mamo PTB, but out 589 rear wheel. Mods had been on the car for over 200 miles driving prior to the dyno test. Concentrating now on getting some weight off the car which weighed in at 3534 lbs on race shop scales, nearly full of fuel. Weight reductions will take it well below 3500 lbs, including reduction of 29 lbs of unsprung rotational weight. Not interested in losing the warranty...
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