View Full Version : Dyno Run and LS-A Install on CGR/Hankook/Blu808 Camaro


CGR
02-06-2010, 06:32 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYQZd2VXNLA

liqidvenom
02-06-2010, 07:43 PM
cool install...

Dark SS
02-07-2010, 12:05 AM
Worlds first Z28????

PowerPro01
02-08-2010, 08:19 AM
Care to share any "numbers"? Before and after the boost upgrade?

Pro Stock John
02-08-2010, 01:22 PM
Looks cool though I wonder if they reinforced the nose in case of a crash.

Robin L
02-08-2010, 04:28 PM
Worlds first Z28????

LOL, maybe the second or third.

GM prolly has the first one somewhere.

Because we didn't want to kill the seal at the hood we cut the intake rather than the cowl.

Very cool!

Robin

http://i395.photobucket.com/albums/pp32/RobinLawrence/2010%20Camaro/IMG_3755.jpg

Dark SS
02-08-2010, 10:03 PM
I read about yours on C5G after I posted this, LOL. They're all bad ass. I'm still holding out hope for one with a warranty. Any idea what it weighed before and after the swap?

Robin L
02-09-2010, 07:33 AM
I read about yours on C5G after I posted this, LOL. They're all bad ass. I'm still holding out hope for one with a warranty. Any idea what it weighed before and after the swap?

I had weighed the car at several tracks when running with the NMCA. With me and a Nitrous bottle in the car it was anywhere from 3920 (Milan) to 4074 (maple Grove and Route 66)

After we swapped the LSA we also changed several other items that would skew the numbers. We replaced the Tremec 6060 transmission with a trick 4L80E automatic. With that we installed a 1 piece driveshaft also.

Also a Lingenfleter Setrab? Intercooler, intercooler pump as well as a trans cooler and lines were also added.

also removed was the stock LS3 oil cooler and lines and air conditioning compressor, and the condesning unit and lines.

At Mempihs it weighed 4080 after all the changes.

With the automatic and all that torque and horsepower mine would make a great drift car also LOL

Robin

CGR
02-09-2010, 11:58 AM
More info about the car and some photos.

This car is being built to compete in the 2010 Formula Drift championship as well as some select west coast Red Line Time Attack events. We also plan on running Pikes Peak as long as we get the funding to do so.

The car finally got to the dyno last week after almost 3 months of waiting on parts to get in. We are really pleased with how the tune went, Mitch Pederson from MP Tuning did an amazing job getting the motor running perfect. The LS-A motor is stock with the exception of the Hennessey pulley/snout upgrade (takes the motor from 9 to 13 psi of boost). We should have some testing footage of the car in the next couple of weeks.

Here is some info about the car:

2010 Camaro 1SS (vin 32584)

Weight - 3072 lbs (wet)
HP - Enough
TQ - Also enough

Engine

GM Performance LS-A crate motor
AEM engine management
Jordan Innovations wiring harness
Hennessey Performance pulley upgrade
Holley 90MM throttle body
Stainless Works long tube headers
Blu808 blast pipes
Fluidyne radiator
Fluidyne oil cooler
Fluidyne transmission cooler
Fluidyne heat exchanger
Canton Racing Accusump
Aeromotive A-1000 fuel pump and fuel cell
PFADT billet motor mounts


Drive line

Exedy triple plate carbon clutch
Exedy custom flywheel
PST carbon drive shaft


Suspension

Eibach Multi Pro R2 coilovers
Eibach sway bars
Brembo 2 piece rotors
Brembo 6 piston calipers (front)


Wheels and Tires

Forgeline ZX3R 19x11 Rear
Forgeline ZX3R 18x9.5 Front
Hankoook Ventus RS-3 305/30/19 Rear
Hankoook Ventus RS-3 265/35/18 Front



Body work and interior

Seibon Carbon Hood/Trunk/Doors/Fenders
Sparco Evo2 seats
Sparco steering wheel
Sparco quick release
Sparco 6pt harness
Xtreme carbon/carbon dash
AIM Pista dash
Blu808 custom roll cage
Wilwood aluminum pedal assembly





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Robin L
02-09-2010, 12:22 PM
Great pictures!


Thanks.

Now you need to poat up your LSA dyno numbers :D


Robin

Mike TexaSS
02-14-2010, 12:10 PM
Robin what did yours dyno through the 4l80.


We need some numbers gentlemen.

Robin L
02-14-2010, 03:44 PM
Robin what did yours dyno through the 4l80.


We need some numbers gentlemen.

Oh, I thought that I had in another post. Ours made 594 once and then 584 to 588 several times. Don't know why it would not repeat on the 594. Might have been heat soak in the intercooler and heat exchanger.

I am down to about 43 pounds of fuel pressure at 5500 RPM and 39 pounds at 6400 RPM. With 63 pound per hour injectors and a BAP it's not enough.

Looking at several in tank fuel pump solutions as well as a smaller cam.
Once the new cam is in and the 6060 trans is back in the car I expect to pick up a few ponies.

Robin