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Old 09-22-2006, 07:59 PM   #1
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TSP Stage 1 heads, Torquer 2 cam 114 , LS6 intake, UD Pulley, LG Street headers, Stock TB, Vararam, Z06 TI exhaust, 3.42 gears, Vig 3200 stall, 100 octane fuel. 396 RWHP, 340 Torque. What do you all think? Car is an A4 Built tranny. Wheels are 19" with 295/30R19s BFG KDWS
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Impressive numbers man & the track is your next big step with stickies & skinnies

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Old 09-22-2006, 11:11 PM   #3
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Why the 100 octane?
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Old 09-23-2006, 09:02 AM   #4
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compression is in the low 11's and thought it might make it safer. Sure maybe overkill but still learning. I just put in a bottle of torco to a tank of 93 octane
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Stock TB is holding some power. Was this locked or unlocked? Torque is low
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Old 09-23-2006, 01:44 PM   #6
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unlocked. Could not get it to lock.
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nice numbers, should be a runner at the track
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Should I buy the fast 90 intake and t/b?. Would it make enough of a difference to spend the big money. Why was my torque low?. Is there anything else I can add to get in the 430-440 range?. Car pulls hard and was tuned nicely by Slowhawk. Idles great.
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I would only do the FAST 90mm if you're willing to spend the extra money to have it ported. You're right, the TQ does seem kind of low... but I think an unlocked verter will give you skewed #'s. Overall, it sounds like it's a nice set up that drives well on the street.
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I would only do the FAST 90mm if you're willing to spend the extra money to have it ported
Why? HOSS and I both gained 15 rwhp with unported intakes. Definately worth the money on one.
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Why? HOSS and I both gained 15 rwhp with unported intakes. Definately worth the money on one.
At peak, what about under the curve? 15 is very good, I don't see people typially get that much. A friend of mine w/ an AFR 205 head - 224/228 cam combo only got 9 from an unported 90 & a 90mm TB over his stock stuff. It is an A4 C5 w/ a stall & full bolt ons.
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At peak, what about under the curve? 15 is very good, I don't see people typially get that much. A friend of mine w/ an AFR 205 head - 224/228 cam combo only got 9 from an unported 90 & a 90mm TB over his stock stuff. It is an A4 C5 w/ a stall & full bolt ons.
How high was it being revved?

The 90/90 will show most gains from 5500rpm and above, so if the stock shift point and rpm limter are in place I wouldn't expect much gain.

And from the dyno results I've seen the 90/90 should match a LS6 100% if not a little better all the way from 2000rpm up, right until it starts making more.
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How high was it being revved?

The 90/90 will show most gains from 5500rpm and above, so if the stock shift point and rpm limter are in place I wouldn't expect much gain.

And from the dyno results I've seen the 90/90 should match a LS6 100% if not a little better all the way from 2000rpm up, right until it starts making more.
6500-6700, it's your typical AFR headed, stock cube car with the 224/228 cam like Tony Mamo's old set up. Patrick G's car had nice under the curve power vs. an LS6 even below 5500.
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How high was it being revved?

The 90/90 will show most gains from 5500rpm and above, so if the stock shift point and rpm limter are in place I wouldn't expect much gain.

And from the dyno results I've seen the 90/90 should match a LS6 100% if not a little better all the way from 2000rpm up, right until it starts making more.
Car was revved to 6500 RPM'S
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would a little taller than stock tire make a difference?.
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I just had a new 2001 Vette crate motor installed along with a set of PRC LS6 stage 1 heads. I am also running the Torquer V2 cam but on a 112. My car put down 386 rwhp thru an A4 unlocked with a Vig 3200-3400 stall. So I would say your rite about where you ought to be. The guy tuning said bring mine back in 1500 miles after the motor breaks in a little bit and he thought he could get 400 rwhp out of it. I've got the LS6 intake and a Dynamaxx long tube with the catted Y. Runs like a scalded dog doesn't it!!

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Most times a low torque # is from the heads, what is the port volume on those you have?
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I just had a new 2001 Vette crate motor installed along with a set of PRC LS6 stage 1 heads. I am also running the Torquer V2 cam but on a 112. My car put down 386 rwhp thru an A4 unlocked with a Vig 3200-3400 stall. So I would say your rite about where you ought to be. The guy tuning said bring mine back in 1500 miles after the motor breaks in a little bit and he thought he could get 400 rwhp out of it. I've got the LS6 intake and a Dynamaxx long tube with the catted Y. Runs like a scalded dog doesn't it!!
Car does run hard though even though the numbers seem low.
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Then would you care to explain this a4 locked graph here:


Same heads & completely different torque. PRC heads ship with cnc ports & a cnc valve job to insure consistant results with every set!
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Most times a low torque # is from the heads, what is the port volume on those you have?
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Then would you care to explain this a4 locked graph here:


Same heads & completely different torque. PRC heads ship with cnc ports & a cnc valve job to insure consistant results with every set!
what cam was that with?
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