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Old 12-03-2007, 07:43 PM   #1
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Default Stock LT1 specs

I have done a search

Does anyone have a link on how much HP a LT1 comes w/, RWHP, FlyHP, Stuff like that.

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Old 12-03-2007, 07:50 PM   #2
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93-95 275 and anywhere from 245-270rwhp
96-97 285 and roughly 255-280 rwhp
ram air 300-315
SS 300-310 roughly
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Old 12-03-2007, 08:07 PM   #3
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an 94 m6 car makes 270 hp stock to the wheels? if so that give me hope!!
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the lt1 chart says 300 @ 5000 RPM
http://www.grandsportregistry.com/lt1vslt4.htm
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i have pretty much full bolt ons and make 290ish to the wheels.my buddy dynoed his 97 Z28 with an SLP catback and GM free mods and it made like 259rwhp through an a4...it only had 67k miles on it so that should be a good indicator
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isnt that for a corvette?
cause if im making over 300 rwhp with a cai and a catback, and headers and whatnot ill be pretty happy.

doubt it but ill be happy
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i thought i was making much, much less. the m6 make more thn auto's right?
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Old 12-03-2007, 08:39 PM   #8
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260 ponies to the wheels here with all the mods in my sig,before stall-no hedders
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256 rwhp and 291 tq
stock to the air filter (fresh plugs)
with tuning
94 a4 127k
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isnt that for a corvette?
cause if im making over 300 rwhp with a cai and a catback, and headers and whatnot ill be pretty happy.

doubt it but ill be happy
that would be FWHP figure in total drivetrain LOSS
the vette and f-body fwhp is almost the same
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wish i knew what i was putting on the road...
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wish i knew what i was putting on the road...
you realize there is only one way to find out right?

as for a comparison check out the link in my sig, its the dyno graph from my car when it was bone stock down to the paper air filter and exhaust
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that would be FWHP figure in total drivetrain LOSS
the vette and f-body fwhp is almost the same
What you mean to say is brake horse power, (BHP), is the rating at the crank, and all years and set ups did not make the same power from what I have seen and been told. The other term you are looking for is "static coeffence drivetrain loss", means power lossed through the tranny, driveshaft and rear end. That and M6 has a smaller static coeffence drivetrain loss than an auto, mostly due to the tq converter, and the link that you gave does not say what year that and set up that rating is for, I know that they changed parts from '93-'97, and I never heard a '93-'97 F-body with a 300 BHP rating without the "Ram Air" or "SS" version, but if the vett version then maybe 300 BHP, so there is many vairabails to the rating of the LT-1 so...........
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you realize there is only one way to find out right?

as for a comparison check out the link in my sig, its the dyno graph from my car when it was bone stock down to the paper air filter and exhaust
start at STOCK and go from there on a chassie dyno
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What you mean to say is brake horse power, (BHP), is the rating at the crank, and all years and set ups did not make the same power from what I have seen and been told. The other term you are looking for is "static coeffence drivetrain loss", means power lossed through the tranny, driveshaft and rear end. That and M6 has a smaller static coeffence drivetrain loss than an auto, mostly due to the tq converter, and the link that you gave does not say what year that and set up that rating is for, I know that they changed parts from '93-'97, and I never heard a '93-'97 F-body with a 300 BHP rating without the "Ram Air" or "SS" version, but if the vett version then maybe 300 BHP, so there is many vairabails to the rating of the LT-1 so...........

the year is for 96.i used it for a reference!
ok,dyno your car if it is stock and running the way it should you will get numbers very close to the factory rated numbers.
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well i know, but i rahter not spend money to have a dynoed when im just gunan be dissapointed lol
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is your car tuned up,plugs,wires,fuel filter,good injectors,good fuel pump,pressure reg in perfect order?
you should not be disappointed at all in fact quite a few 94s are faster than a majotiry (93-97)my buddies 94 was ALWAYS 2 tenths faster than my car we even swapped drivers...
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I've had two LT1's and I dynoed both of them stock.

My Corvette (rated 300) made 235 to the wheels with an auto.

My Camaro Z28 (rated 275) made 232 to the wheels with an auto.
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to the wheels? that's totally rediculous...
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Mine made 403.........

I forgot to mention that it does have a head and cam.....OOPS
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