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Old 01-26-2008, 04:51 PM   #1
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Default Factory freak or run-of-the-mill?

We put my car on a dynojet today for a baseline prior to doing the heads/cam swap...

The car laid down 321rwhp/330tq. It's BONE stock except for a lid and bellow...

Factory freak or run-of-the-mill?

EDIT - Forgot to mention that it's a 2000 Camaro SS, M6.

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Old 01-26-2008, 04:56 PM   #2
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I'd say above average, no freak. What year is it?
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I made 315/330 with a lid and bullet catback, stock tune. it's a lil above normal.
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297whp bone stock, no mods here. I'd say your a little above normal.
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Old 01-26-2008, 05:46 PM   #5
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I would say above average. If you layed down some serious track times it could be elevated to freak status though.
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My 02 with 13k on the clock with a flowmaster and a genric air lid did 330hp 340tq at lg motorsports in 02. Track time best was a 12.9 on streets tires with a 1.90 short time. Slicks I never broke 12s with them for some odd reason. I would trap between 108-110 on slicks but ended up with a 13.0 or a 13.07 street tires 12.90? I say run it to be sure!
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only 15 shy of what my car made with all the bolt ons. so u have a good starting point.
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I say above average
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I'd say above average, no freak. What year is it?
'00 Camaro SS
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only 15 shy of what my car made with all the bolt ons. so u have a good starting point.

Cool... now I have big expectations for the heads/cam/headers...
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Cool... now I have big expectations for the heads/cam/headers...
u have the same heads and similar headers
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the thing is, now that ur going with what makes the power on a N/A stock block u are getting rid of ur above average stock N/A parts.

IMO, don't expect above average gains with a new H/C and exhaust.
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the thing is, now that ur going with what makes the power on a N/A stock block u are getting rid of ur above average stock N/A parts.

IMO, don't expect above average gains with a new H/C and exhaust.
I've always believed that same theory
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hmm, well above average for most. my friends 00" z28 layed down 326 rwhp and put a 12.9 down the track. that was bone stock with stock paper filter.
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wow thats fast
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seeing ur screen name it looks like ur from atlanta, I do not know what the weather is like there during winter and if u will be able to hit the track now but it's the best time to go as long as the track isn't too cold and the tires are sticking pretty good. when I made my 315/325 that was in my 98 Z28 with - the driver mod. I ran a 12.96@107 with only those two mods mentioned above, stock clutch and futura tires. I do not remember my 60ft but pretty decent considering the driver and futura tires. the clutch slipping a lil bit at the lights helped out plus is was a beautiful fall day on a good track, the DA was about perfect for 1100ft above sea level where I'm at. I would look for the same out of ur SS considering what the DA and track conditions are.
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Your just a lil above average i put down 308rwhp/324rwtq BONE STOCK....
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It's strong, but not a freak.
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my 2002 Z28 made 332 rwhp, 346 rwtq with just a lid and a borla muffler.
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My 02 Z28 M6 put down 315whp/330wtq with just lid and filter.
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