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Old 07-04-2012, 01:22 AM   #1
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Default Results after adding Dallas Performance 4" Big Mouth Inlet

I was a little skeptical at first but after deciding against a pulley swap and reading everyone's positive feedback I decided to give it a shot. Talked with my tuner last Thursday about doing a minor mod to the car and agreed that this could turn out to be a good option.

Had them (Futral Motorsports) call Dallas Performance and inquire about it. After speaking with them we discussed it and decided to order it. Well it arrived today and I picked the car up around 5:45pm. It's been very hot and humid down here in Louisiana so I honestly didn't expect to see big gains.

Before I go any further i'd like to give a little background on the car. It's a 2008 manual C6 with a D-1SC Procharger kit (4.75" pulley), LG 1 7/8 headers without cats, Katech LS9R twin disk, 80lb FIC injectors, Kenne Belle BAP, custom Futral Motorsports blower cam and tuning. It made 638rwhp/549rwtq on its last dyno in late April and its making 7.50psi and running 18* with no knock.

Well as i'm almost to the shop my tuner texted me that it made 665/559. I was very happy with that but after one more pull final numbers were 676/565 on 8.25psi. I'm very happy with the results and gains from just changing the inlet. I'm am a firm believer in it now and recommend it to anyone on the fence. Big thanks to Dallas Performance for a great product and Futral Motorsports for top notch work once again.

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It's looking good. Good write up
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Very nice.
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Thanks guys
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Detoxx your car is coming along nice man.
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Detoxx your car is coming along nice man.
Appreciate that man. I'm trying slowly but surely. Don't want to over do anything so I'm done with power for now. My main concern is getting some wheels on it before the year is out or before TX2K13.
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Appreciate that man. I'm trying slowly but surely. Don't want to over do anything so I'm done with power for now. My main concern is getting some wheels on it before the year is out or before TX2K13.
Yeah I hear that I over did it now I have to start a new setup but I'm looking to hit high 800's low 900's now. Put a wide body kit on it and stuff some monster 345's under it should hook pretty nasty with some wide meat on it.
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Yeah I hear that I over did it now I have to start a new setup but I'm looking to hit high 800's low 900's now. Put a wide body kit on it and stuff some monster 345's under it should hook pretty nasty with some wide meat on it.
That's the plan. Already have the wheels and finish picked out but I have to let my bank account catch back up. Two planned trips aren't helping me either.

My ultimate goes is atleast 900 with a built motor and F series blower. You have the t trim right?
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That's the plan. Already have the wheels and finish picked out but I have to let my bank account catch back up. Two planned trips aren't helping me either.

My ultimate goes is atleast 900 with a built motor and F series blower. You have the t trim right?
I have a small v3-si that held it down now I'm going built block with a ysi kit. I'm looking to start this in the next couple of months. V3-SI has been strong for me I made 715-732 with it so can't complain but it won't cut it for where I'm going with the next build.
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I have a small v3-si that held it down now I'm going built block with a ysi kit. I'm looking to start this in the next couple of months. V3-SI has been strong for me I made 715-732 with it so can't complain but it won't cut it for where I'm going with the next build.
Can't wait to see the outcome of that build. Going YSi is a good choice. If you have a build thread post it on callouts.
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This car has become so wicked so fast.

Keep it up Corey!
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good results detoxx!! 4inch inlet here also and we fixed my belt slip,leme know when your in s.a!
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well done. your car is making good power.
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good results detoxx!! 4inch inlet here also and we fixed my belt slip,leme know when your in s.a!
Will do. Took mine out tonight for some test hits. I can definitely feel the difference.
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Dude when did you put a blower on your **** haha?? Im way behind...
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Dude when did you put a blower on your **** haha?? Im way behind...
Bought the car in December and the blower went on in February
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Yea I remember when you got the C6, I didnt know you put a Procharger on so soon. Nice though, I usually dont care for base C6's but your's is so damn clean and I love the color. Is it Daytona or Atomic?
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Yea I remember when you got the C6, I didnt know you put a Procharger on so soon. Nice though, I usually dont care for base C6's but your's is so damn clean and I love the color. Is it Daytona or Atomic?
Thanks buddy. It's Atomic. Wheels should kill the sleeper paw paw look
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Awesome!
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wow! defintly good bang for the buck. how much did it cost u?
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