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Old 07-07-2018, 04:17 PM
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It's the stock ls6 cam.
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Originally Posted by HioSSilver View Post
It's the stock ls6 cam.
Early (204/211, .525/.525, 116LSA) or late (204/218, .551/.547, 116LSA) ? Guessing late, as well as it runs....
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Originally Posted by HioSSilver View Post
i made 451whp 423wrq with a bolt on ls6....that means the 243s were stock. That was through a 9" on pump gas. Never got to run it after the changes to get it there but it went [email protected] (best trap of 131.x)with 34whp less @3250rw. Still very much a driver with full interior and ac.
You clown. Mixing numbers from different dynos & using STD numbers to make yourself look better. Full interior and a/c with no air bags & hole sawed to ****. Keep telling people to make 500rwhp with a stock ls6.
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Originally Posted by G Atsma View Post
Early (204/211, .525/.525, 116LSA) or late (204/218, .551/.547, 116LSA) ? Guessing late, as well as it runs....
It's a 02 ls6
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You clown. Mixing numbers from different dynos & using STD numbers to make yourself look better. Full interior and a/c with no air bags & hole sawed to ****. Keep telling people to make 500rwhp with a stock ls6.
never said it made 500whp. Do you have a issue with reading?

yea they were 2 different dynos.....coulda said numbers from all the different dynos it has been on i suppose. What's the big deal? I have some sae numbers to......really not that much different. Not enough for you to chase me around tech like a school girl. Would it make you feel better to hear a lower dyno number while it still runs the same time/mph?

i can post a pic and you can point to the holes if you like. But i have did some hole reduction. You should be happy.....not that this thread has anything to do with holes or you.
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Thank you Hio!
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my 416 is a t56 car and is fun as ****
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Old 07-12-2018, 10:09 AM
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Is a 416 6.0 based? What's an approx cost to build or buy a 416 short block?
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Old 07-12-2018, 10:11 AM
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N/a would cost too much money to make 500 on a ls1. Bigger cubes are needed, high rpm range and drivetrain to match. Hell you can take a junkyard 5.3 and turbo it and make 700+ hp at 1/2 the price of building a race engine, thats what i would do.
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Originally Posted by timothy_5326 View Post
Is a 416 6.0 based? What's an approx cost to build or buy a 416 short block?
416ci is LS3 6.2 block based. 5500 dollars or so will get you one. Anything over 402 cubes 500 rwhp will be a breeze and easy to accomplish.
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Originally Posted by Tuskyz28 View Post
416ci is LS3 6.2 block based. 5500 dollars or so will get you one. Anything over 402 cubes 500 rwhp will be a breeze and easy to accomplish.
Made 500 rwhp on my 416 with hand ported 799's and a stock fast with a cam specd for a 350 lol
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6.0 ironblock based 414 specs in sig
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Originally Posted by Mavn View Post
Made 500 rwhp on my 416 with hand ported 799's and a stock fast with a cam specd for a 350 lol
Good power for sure!
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Yes i have done it. Ls2 block. Stroked to 402ci. Cam was 240's duration comp cam. 90 Fast manifold and tb, 1 7/8" headers, ported factory heads, twin 3 inch exhaust, 1.7 yela terra roller rockers, custom made air intake......... 502rwhp.
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I found a dyno print out of it i had posted when it was done......it did run 42lb injectors and 044 fuel pump but that was it fuel wise......tuned to 98oct.

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402 cubed LS2 11.2 CR
L92 ported heads
FAST 102 ported intake
239/251 Texas Speed cam
Heavy Strange Dana S60 rear with 4:10 gears

517 RWHP 513 RWTQ


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493/470

404 with stock LS3 heads and intake.
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619/523
434” TF ls7 heads
t56 with stage 2 kit

Not done tuning yet...
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Originally Posted by The Dragon View Post
402 cubed LS2 11.2 CR
L92 ported heads
FAST 102 ported intake
239/251 Texas Speed cam
Heavy Strange Dana S60 rear with 4:10 gears

517 RWHP 513 RWTQ


when you find a combo that puts out the same horsepower and torque number.... it's cammed correctly.
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427ci with 11.2 CR
PRC 265cc heads with 2" KOOKS and 3" TDE
Cam Motion 243/251 .661 In. 632 Ex. 115+4 LSA
TR6060/T56
S60 4.10 and steel driveshaft

490RWTQ and 474RWHP @ 4000 RPM on the Mustang dyno. I had some fueling issues with a 255lph pump and haven't been back since.
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Originally Posted by Tuskyz28 View Post
when you find a combo that puts out the same horsepower and torque number.... it's cammed correctly.
That's a good observation Tusky! I noticed looking back on other combos where that happened, it seemed a well-balanced combination.
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