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Old 08-20-2009, 11:54 AM   #1
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Default Stock LS3 Engine Goes On Dyno @ TSP LS1 vs LS3 Dyno Inside!!

We're finally getting to a point where we can do some additional camshaft & cylinder head development stuff on the LS3 for the 2010 & C6 guys! Here's a copy of the baseline dyno graph from the LS3 engine as well as LS3 next to the LS1 baseline!
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That's an impressive power difference from the LS1 vs. the LS3! My guess would be the LS2 would be right in the middle of those 2 engines. Looking forward to seeing the results! Are you guys going to test any LS2 with LS3/L92 head combos?
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Good baseline!!! Im sure we all look forward to your test results.
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That isn't a completely stock LS1 with headers only is it?
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That isn't a completely stock LS1 with headers only is it?
Almost, it had an LS6 intake on it for that pull. The STOCK graph with the LS1 was a bit lower still.
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Yeah the new 2010 LS3 has more tricks up it's sleeve...Nice read:

http://www.camarohomepage.com/ls3/index.htm
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Those are still strong numbers for the LS1 IMO...just goes to show how underrated they were.
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Given that it looks like these runs are with headers, with no lid/filter, and no accessories, these strong numbers look right on. Awesome comparison!
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Given that it looks like these runs are with headers, with no lid/filter, and no accessories, these strong numbers look right on. Awesome comparison!
considerable difference, but its as expected. pretty cool to see the old beast vs the new [more badass] kid on the block
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