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Old 03-09-2003, 08:26 AM   #1
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Default Stock 98-00 LS1 f-body dyno #'s

Lately I have been hearing how the 01-02 F-bodies recieved some of the LS6 blocks. Supposedly these cars dynoed higher, just wondering what you guys with 98-00 LS1s dynoed at stock
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288rwhp bone stock. I now have 157 more rwhp. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Smile]" src="gr_stretch.gif" />

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I have one of the highest dyno'ing 98-00 LS1 F-bodies that I know of...

BONE stock down to the paper filter: 315 RWHP

Macs, ORP, Lid, pulley, catback free mods: 351 RWHP

This is a 98 LS1, with an LS1 intake. I am pretty confident my car would have done 360 rwhp easily with an LS6 intake and Longtube headers. Oh well, she was strong for her day but now there's a whooooooole new ballgame under the hood <img border="0" title="" alt="[Big Grin]" src="gr_grin.gif" />


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294 RWHP w/ K&N and GMAS,4200 miles.
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Mine did 291/308 stock with 1700 miles.
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Old 03-09-2003, 11:49 PM   #6
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315/328 with airlid only.
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just for comparisons sake:

02 Z28, lid and catback.

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I dynoed @ 299 rwhp with 100 miles on my 2000 Z28.
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'99 T/A M6
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319rwhp/338rwtq bone stock

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Are these 310+ stock numbers SAE or "as tested?"

With a lid & filter, cat-back, and programming & T-stat from HyperTech, I put down 310.6/328.0 SAE.

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</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by WhitePheonix:
<strong>Lately I have been hearing how the 01-02 F-bodies recieved some of the LS6 blocks. Supposedly these cars dynoed higher, just wondering what you guys with 98-00 LS1s dynoed at stock </strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Many of the '01s/'02s do dyno a little bit higher but I think it's more to do with the LS6 intake (and slight cam change/no EGR etc.) than the block. The LS6 block thing is still more of a rumor/possibility situation than actual fact as well I think.

I've never dyno'd my automatic '00 Z28 but it has trapped as high as 109.39 which is quite high for a stock convertor, stock geared, stock internal, stock exhaust automatic with some very mild mods and minor weight reduction.
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312 rwhp hp SAE DynoJet at two different facilities. Brothers in Corona CA, and R&D in Reseda. Car had 800 and 1000 mi respectively.
Pulls were 311,312,311 and 312,312,310. 32PSI in tires, Syntec oil, OEM air filter.

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Just to dispell the myth that "all" '01-'02's dyno higher than the '98-'00's:

My '02 dynoed @ 298.4rwhp & 320.0rwtq SAE corrected with 1,263 miles at Speed Inc. Those #'s seem right on average for an LS1 of any model year IMO.

While I do agree that the '01's & '02's seem to be a bit stronger than the three years before, I don't think the differnce is as big as some might think. How the car runs at the track will tell the real story.

And BTW, dyno #'s will vary from dynojet to dynojet. I've seen where some car's have dynoed 10-20rwhp more on a different dyno with the EXACT same set-up. Not real reliable info IMO.

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stock 98 311hp six speed
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