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Old 01-26-2006, 01:35 AM   #1
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Default Dyno tuned for the first time

ended up with 362rwhp/370rwtq

Sound about right on for my setup? Sounds abour right to me.

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I'm gonna try to take it out to the rack here a a couple weeks when Gainsville raceway has their next night.


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Thats some pretty good numbers from a 98. It must be tuned too right? I would think so It dosn't say in your sig.
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Congrats, you are making more torque than a lot of people's cam'd cars hahaha. That's some serious numbers, man.
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Damn man awesome #'s for just bolt-ons!!
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Good numbers.

Who ported your intake manifold?
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Thanks, and the manifold and T/B were ported by Mikey of Rapid Motorsports. It's his old intake setup from his drag car.
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Awesome numbers man. You should get an UD pulley too.
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Thinking about that and an electric water pump. Then take some weight off. Don't know about the pully though, since I have a system. A light weight system, but it still uses a lot of power.
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