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Old 09-03-2010, 07:55 PM   #1
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We're slowly upgrading a 2010 Cadillac CTS-V for a customer at work. Today with the last bit of mods we hit 605RWHP and 618RWTQ. Next mod is a TVS2300 for an LS9. I'm just curious what is the biggest number from someone with an LSA that still has the TVS1900. I'm going to post the dyno sheets in just a bit showing the current numbers as well as the stock dyno numbers. I just need to get everything scanned.
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I think 675 on a head and cam lsa. What all have you done to this car? Have you upgraded the fuel system?
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I think 675 on a head and cam lsa. What all have you done to this car? Have you upgraded the fuel system?
Factory fuel system. Had to stop tuning. Over 100% injector duty cycle
We did a smaller upper pulley 2.55. Hard air tube with factory replacement K&N. LSA re-worked heads and a LS9 camshaft. Innovators West lower with Metco ring. 1 7/8" LT's with a Corsa. Fastlane's large heat exchanger. Stock auto trans and NO convertor.

PS: Our DA at the time of the run was 5500++ft


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This is the LEP Stage III. Customer want's to do the LS9 ZR1 2300 blower. I will post the results from that as soon as we finish it up. I love this car!

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I think 675 on a head and cam lsa. What all have you done to this car? Have you upgraded the fuel system?
Can you post a video or dyno sheet on that car?
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It was posted on another forum.
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What size metco ring are you running? Do you have a graph you can post with boost logged? I would get the fuel in check before jumping to a 2300 just to see what you can get out of each setup. Do you plan to run a ls9 blower or a magnuson kit?
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What size metco ring are you running? Do you have a graph you can post with boost logged? I would get the fuel in check before jumping to a 2300 just to see what you can get out of each setup. Do you plan to run a ls9 blower or a magnuson kit?
Wish I had your air here 9.10 lower. Ordered the LS9 blower. Bigger injectors also. Did you use a BAP?
Is your car a Auto?

We made 525whp with just a upper STG I
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700 whp soon???

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Make sure you get the Lingenfelter LS9 SC inlet manifold for that R2300, the stock LS9 SC inlet becomes very restrictive at SC speeds higher than stock.

http://www.lingenfelter.com/mm5/merc...egory_Code=C68
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Make sure you get the Lingenfelter LS9 SC inlet manifold for that R2300, the stock LS9 SC inlet becomes very restrictive at SC speeds higher than stock.

http://www.lingenfelter.com/mm5/merc...egory_Code=C68
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