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Old 07-28-2018, 09:14 PM
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Numbers are in. Max effort pull peaked at 588/521.

we backed timing out a little bit and settled at 565/505.

Very happy with how controlled and stable the car feels, and the power delivery is insane.

Engine setup (for anyone who missed it)

6.0 (9.6:1)
LS3 heads
LS9 cam
stock upper/lower pulley
T56
3.55 rear end

8psi on 93oct.

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What kind of vehicle?
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What kind of vehicle?
'89 mustang coupe
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Good deal. I bet It will fly in a nice light car like that
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Camel hump torque....should fly in that little coupe.
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Impressive. A cam swap would pick up too along with more boost
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Originally Posted by Z28-4-Chris View Post
'89 mustang coupe
Nice. Any pics?
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Good numbers but I'm kind of surprised the torque line isn't more flat than that.
I have an almost identical setup in my S10.
Mine is an LSA supercharged LY6 (6.0 with LS3 Heads) 9.6:1 LS9 Cam and TR6060 close ratio trans 3.42 gear E85 fuel.
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Originally Posted by LLLosingit View Post
Good numbers but I'm kind of surprised the torque line isn't more flat than that.
I have an almost identical setup in my S10.
Mine is an LSA supercharged LY6 (6.0 with LS3 Heads) 9.6:1 LS9 Cam and TR6060 close ratio trans 3.42 gear E85 fuel.
It looks like it carries pretty good. The problem is the HP and TQ are on different scales.
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Yeah, that wierd scale for the torque makes it look all kinds of jacked up. Until you realise the entire scale is only 50 ft lbs top to bottom. Wonder why they did that, much more useful if they are on the same scale.
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Damn why didn't you spin it higher? It was still climbing like a mfer.
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Zl1 or Caddy lid? any port work to blower or T/B? What exhaust and what type of HX/coolant pump? ( sorry, putting together an LSA topped build myself so just curious LOL)

That probably feels great in the little fox, but I think it's time to pulley down and add a flex fuel sensor :-D
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Originally Posted by kris396ss View Post
Zl1 or Caddy lid? any port work to blower or T/B? What exhaust and what type of HX/coolant pump? ( sorry, putting together an LSA topped build myself so just curious LOL)

That probably feels great in the little fox, but I think it's time to pulley down and add a flex fuel sensor :-D
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no port work
1 3/4 stainless headers to 2.5Ē catback
factory zl1 heat exchanger with a Bosch intercooler pump.

Car already feels stupid. I donít think I need any more power...for now lol.
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zl1 lid
no port work
1 3/4 stainless headers to 2.5Ē catback
factory zl1 heat exchanger with a Bosch intercooler pump.

Car already feels stupid. I donít think I need any more power...for now lol.

Those are awesome results! If you ever wanted to gain some HP, I'd wonder if there could be some to be had swapping to a 1 7.8th header and 3" exhaust.
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Originally Posted by kris396ss View Post
Those are awesome results! If you ever wanted to gain some HP, I'd wonder if there could be some to be had swapping to a 1 7.8th header and 3" exhaust.
Iím sure there would be, but it probably wouldnít be worth the cost and time involved to swap everything IMO
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