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Old 09-06-2005, 04:18 AM   #1
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I am stationed in Germany with the Army. I am currently in Iraq and I left my 02 Z28 with a friend of mine. He took it to Bosch yesterday to get it dyno'd. I put out 448 hp and 632 NM (466 lb/ft). Converted to rear wheel numbers it was 391rwhp and 393rwtq. I have a video of the pull but I could not get it to upload correctly. I should have the dyno graph in the mail and I will scan and post it. This is with a cam only and an A4 with a TCI SSF 3500 and stock 3.23 gears. Do those numbers sound correct with this cam?
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For an A4 those sound pretty good...
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Thanks. I am glad that I got one reply. I know this is an older cam but it put out better numbers than we expected. Next dyno run will be with new motor and spray. Looking for 550 rwhp.
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Good results! Is the cam an off the shelf grind?
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Wow, great numbers for an A4. I have the CC XE-R 232/234 .595/.598 cam (waiting to install w/ LS6 intake) and hope for similar results for my FRC. Gives me something to shoot toward!

Oh, CNB - like your car man, here is mine:

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Thanks for the replies. It is an off the shelf cam that was bought about 3 years ago. I purchased it last year used and with all the mods in my sig it went 11.90@115. I was worried because it was a 114 lsa and I really wanted a 112 LSA. Without the computer tuned it was a slug but Texas Speed did a mail order tune for me and it woke it up big time. I can't wait to get back from Iraq so I can spend some of the money I saved. I should have it back to the dyno early next year with the spray. Let me know how you like the 232/234. I may step up to that cam.
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I wish you a safe return from that bastard M.E. country. I hope to get the cam/intake installed later this year or early next year. I'll post up the results once I do, take care man.
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Thanks and I will. 64 days to go.
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Very nice #s. Always nice to see a smaller duration cam in the 39x range.
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Great number i put down 375rwhp/372rwtq with an auto with mac mids 3200 stall and i wa sin arizona alt. was like 5000feet lol. and i had a crappy tune so yeah those numbers are great nice to see teh smaller cams doing good pulls. oh btw this was before my ne wmotor lol i was cam only
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Very nice #s. Always nice to see a smaller duration cam in the 39x range.
I remember when this cam was considered big. I was in the market for a new cam but now I think I may just add the CC 1.75 magnum roller rockers and gain a little on the lift and duration.
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