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Old 05-14-2011, 07:27 AM   #1
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The car was at Mongillo Motors in CT and got New cnc heads and cam install....Mods are as follows..

Lg Motorsports complete headers/ORP and Exhaust
Mongillo Cold Air Intake
Vig 3600 Stall
Livernois CNC'd Heads
Custom 600 lift 114 lsa cam (for the F1C going on soon)
HP Tuners-Mongillo

Dynod 464 rwhp
TQ 512 RWT

Very Happy wit the numbers considering stock underdrive, stock intake and stock throttle body......

Just got my weld RT-S's from Texas Speed....now its track time...
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The car was at Mongillo Motors in CT and got New cnc heads and cam install....Mods are as follows..

Lg Motorsports complete headers/ORP and Exhaust
Mongillo Cold Air Intake
Vig 3600 Stall
Livernois CNC'd Heads
Custom 600 lift 114 lsa cam (for the F1C going on soon)
HP Tuners-Mongillo

Dynod 464 rwhp
TQ 512 RWT

Very Happy wit the numbers considering stock underdrive, stock intake and stock throttle body......

Just got my weld RT-S's from Texas Speed....now its track time...
wow, thats alot of torque. from all dyno numbers i have seen on similar mods, that torque number seems a little high, but im not a professional, could be the norm...
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Probably a converter flash torque spike
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It was def a convertor spike and also all numbers off a mustang dyno
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It was def a convertor spike and also all numbers off a mustang dyno
ok gotcha...really good numbers then
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the typical tq peak is around 4800, so whats ur tq at that rpm?
did u delete the AFM or VVT for that cam?
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the typical tq peak is around 4800, so whats ur tq at that rpm?
did u delete the AFM or VVT for that cam?
typical? with differrent stalls and convertor lock up it depends. My peak was 463.4 at 3700 rpm
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