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Old 05-25-2018, 11:35 AM
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Specs: 2001 camaro ls1 t56, t76 cx turbo kit, and 228r cam.

592 whp with cutout open and 517 whp with it closed. Tuned for 10 psi.
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Old 05-30-2018, 10:29 AM
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nice gains with the cutout open!
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Thanks. I was shocked that my slp loudmouth exhaust was that restrictive.
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No kidding, thats a nice gain especially for only 10 psi. I think I picked up 30whp on my turbo setup. Looks like it was still pulling and you could have revved it higher. What clutch?
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Clutch is a McLeod dual disc rxt. Now I'm on a search for a rear. Doubt the 10 bolt is going to last very long haha.
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good choice!
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What fuel and timing.

I'm running the same little turbo.
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93 octane. Not sure on the timing, the one dyno sheet is all I got after the tuning. I am pleased with the results for an $1800 kit.
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Fueling was an Aeromotive stealth 340 fuel pump and deka 60 injectors.
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Wow is that a normal gain with a cutout on a setup like this? Dayum.
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My tuner was the one that recommended the cut out as he has seen the impact of it on other kits similar to mine. The cut out dumps underneath the car about halfway down the passenger door, best $ per hp I ever spent haha.
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Cutout gains are determined by how restrictive the regular exhaust is and how much back pressure exists.
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If it was mine that exhaust would be going in the garbage......
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Originally Posted by WSLN 6 View Post
If it was mine that exhaust would be going in the garbage......
That's the plan once the rear is installed. Its an electronic cut out so it's easy to activate.
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That's the whole point of a cutout. Run a crap exhaust that's quiet when you want to and open the cutout for max power.
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Originally Posted by ddnspider View Post
That's the whole point of a cutout. Run a crap exhaust that's quiet when you want to and open the cutout for max power.
True, figure the less power with it closed will help the stock bottom end live a little longer lol.
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Great results, any track times yet with the setup? Is this with stock intake manifold, throttle body, and heads?

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Stock ls6 intake and 241 heads and stock throttle body. No track times yet, need a better rear. Previous best cam only was [email protected]
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Finally got to the track with the 9". With a better 60' I should hopefully be in the high 10s.

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