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Old 06-04-2010, 01:06 AM   #1
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General question......what bolt ons can i add to get about 400 hp out of a bone stock ls1 trans am or camaro???? No forced induction just your plain ole bolt ons
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all of them... lid, cold air intake, ported and polished throttle body, underdrive pulley, full exhaust and a tune should do it. that's what i've got
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all of them... Lid, cold air intake, ported and polished throttle body, underdrive pulley, full exhaust and a tune should do it. That's what i've got
thanx im bout to sell my 1994 blue flame lt1 trans am im looking for a 98-02 z28 or ss camaro a4 ttop to complete my fbody collection, BUT WILL ALSO ADDING A LS6 INTAKE PUSH IT OVER 400 HP?
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i doubt those will push u into 400 rwp. u need to add a cam with upgraded valve train, full exhaust, proper intake setup, tune and u should be there. dont forget about suspension and tires. power is nothing if u cant put it to the ground properly. lol thats what the shelby gt500s problem is.
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I have yet to see a bolt on car make 400whp, despite the countless threads of people saying they want to try

-ssra/ftra
-lid
-smooth bellows
-160 thermo (does nothing IMO, but it's a bolt on)
-porter tb
-intake manifold
-spark plugs
-wires
-headers
-Y pipe
-catback
-electric water pump

that should be a start, but you won't hit 400 rwhp. if you just want to brag about a number to your friends, you can tell them it makes 400 at the crank, but I doubt you'll ever see that at the wheels with only boltons.
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I netted 311rwhp w/ K&N C.A.I., Hooker LTs, Custom Catted 3" Exhaust, Flowmaster 80 Muffler and a Tune on my 1999 Z28 w/ 116K on the clock.
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LS-6 intake,Long tube headers & y-pipe,lid,P&P TB,underdrive pully,Hand tuner or dyno tune,cat back.
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It'll take more than bolt ons to get 400 rwhp. If you just want 400 flywheel horsepower, then just he basic ones should do.
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I got 343 rwhp on a Dynojet with the lid, ported TB, LS6 intake, QTP longtubes, custom catback, high flow cats, UD pulley, plugs, wires, and a tune on my 99Z M6. If the dyno is accurate and if (note the ifs) I'm losing 15% hp through the drivetrain, that's 403 hp at the crank.
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