So I hit 430hp and 383tq. The torque seems low. Mods are
ls6 stage 1 heads(tsp)
slp loudmouth exhuast
ford racing 42#injectors
I am mainly just wondering were to find torque? Should I have gone with a different cam. I here that people make this without my cylinder heads. I feel I wasted money on the ls6 heads when they didn't add like a single hp. Well I am happy with the hp not the torque I was expecting more than that. I am going to install a slp 25% underdrive and putting my exhuast cutouts back on. That might help a little bit. Any input would be great thanks.
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Post up the graph so we can see the curves. You have have been victimized by a stingy dyno or bad weather correction. If you can post up the dyno conditions and correction factor, that may shed some more light on the subject. I would have expected higher hp and torque. Those TSP (PRC) heads are better than that.
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