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Old 01-05-2008, 08:48 PM   #1
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Default 'Trust's Dyno Numbers - White TA

We managed to get the white TA on the dyno today, I think its pretty impressive considering less than 8 days ago the car was bone stock and now, not so much. I was hoping for a little more, but I can't complain. Over all the car did 431.24 RWHP 382.04 RWTQ locked and 408 RWHP 366 RWTQ unlocked, which I think was impressive. The setup are a pair of ported/polished LS6 heads with 1.6's and 2.02's, a 238/242 cam, pacesetters, hooker ORY, then a stage III 4L60E w/a TCI 3500 stall. I made a quick video:


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What do you guys think?

EDIT: Current mileage on the car is 100k too

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Old 01-05-2008, 09:05 PM   #2
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nice numbers. Very small amount of time to have all those mods!
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Great numbers man Congrats oh Fikes looks awesome.

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Old 01-05-2008, 09:44 PM   #4
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Thanks guys, yea the car came together quick, and I love the Fikse's!
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very nice numbers and quick work!
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Damn, pretty good number to me!
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you need an underdrive pully and a stat
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Old 01-05-2008, 11:23 PM   #8
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Quote:
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you need an underdrive pully and a stat
I'm gettin one (of each) when you're back!
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Numbers look good and that is really impressive to get all that done over 8 days. . . . Do you have a full time job or are you a college student that was on christmas break or what?
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I'm a college student, out on break, and work was closed for the Holidays. It was basically SuperSix and I for 4.5 days to get everything out, built, and put back in, then 250 mile break in time (tranny), then tuning and stuff the last 2 days.
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Yep building cars is my full time job. and i'm a full time student. I could have gotten it done quicker but I was letting 'Trust' learn as we went. He also forgot to mention that he also took the motor off the cradle and replaced the oil pump and powerwashed the cradle, and undercarriage while we were at it.
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sounds like you guys had a good time! Im also a college student(cant wait to get out). I wish i could have spent my break installing new stuff of my car
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Good results!! I'm a student too and this break: fixed the tranny, full custom exhaust (in the works as we speak), and little odds and ends. Have fun with the car!!
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SuperSix is the man


kinda.....hahaha

Again, good numbers Reza! Car was impressive last night!
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nice numbers
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good numbers trust!!
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awesome numbers and the car looks great!
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that is fast guys...sounds like we did the same thing this break except i just graduated......and i put the stock heads back on...
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^^ Those are killer numbers for stock heads! I need to get this TB ported and do the UD pulley and thermo then see how it does!
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^^ported tb done right with half shaft, and bump stop mod, plus 25%ud will give easy 10rwhp...after you get it ported and half shafted...do what i did and take the remaining shaft on the back side down to half thickness with a dremel and file...
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