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    Dynoed the z28 today

    1999 z28, 6speed...only mods are lid, cutout, ported stock throttle body, and a cutout in the exhaust (post cat, pre muffler)...

    pulled 330rwhp/340rwtq...TQ peaks at 1500rpms and holds til redline Makes for quite the ride!!

    I had always worshipped LS1s when I was driving my stangs but now that I own one I can more fully appreciate the motor...the rest of the car is so-so, but DAMN if chevy didnt get the motor/tranny right!!
    2003 SRT-4

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    Sweet numbers man!! You're a pimp!!

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    Originally posted by StoplightWarrior
    Sweet numbers man!! You're a pimp!!
    What he said.
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    I'm glad you're 3000 miles away
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    Not too bad for those few modifications. And yes, Chevy did have a few great powerplants. And when they started borrowing the technology that their NASCAR dollars created, a few of the combinations showed great promise.

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    Yeah, the 2000 Z28 I used to own had nothing but a lid, K&N filter and a Borla catback and it was retardedly quick. Nice #s man.
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    Originally posted by StoplightWarrior
    Sweet numbers man!! You're a pimp!!
    what he said too.

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    awesome numbers, you need to hit the track soon. mid to high 12's could be in your range.

    if you dont mess up by driving crappy like you did against that 5.0
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    Originally posted by DTR maxima
    awesome numbers, you need to hit the track soon. mid to high 12's could be in your range.

    if you dont mess up by driving crappy like you did against that 5.0
    Yesterday I remembered to take the traction control off
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    Very nice.

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    Wow...that's some power. I'd love to take a ride in an LS1 - still haven't gotten the chance.

    Post some pics!
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    Originally posted by StoplightWarrior
    Yesterday I remembered to take the traction control off
    hahaha, your future is looking brighter.
    when do you plan to hit the track. you live in Cali man, what are you waiting for.... the snow to dissapear




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    Originally posted by Integra96
    Wow...that's some power. I'd love to take a ride in an LS1 - still haven't gotten the chance.

    Post some pics!
    they are fun cars. dont take a turn fast, or you will feel like you are going to die.

    but i love how when you punch the gas the front end kicks up and your planted in your seat. the torque just feel unlike other cars
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    Nice numbers! The MFBA (Midwest F-Body Association) had a small dyno day here out in the suburbs of Chicago earlier today, too. Finish Line Performance, in Naperville (maker of the FLP headers) hosted the event for about 20 cars ($65 for two pulls with a/f ratios). I put down 400.6 rwhp and 377.0 rwtq. MTI stage 2 heads, comp cam (single pattern 224, .558, 112 lsa), FLP long tube headers, ls6 intake, ported throttle body, air lid, B&B catback, through a Strange 12 bolt w/ 3.73's and other minor boltons. Two Z06's were within 3 HP and TQ of me, only they had stock heads and stock cams . I trap at 115, and they trap at 120+. Having a heavy 3950+ lb convertible (with driver) just kills me... Still, it's nice to be able to put a few friends or girls in the back seat and put the top down.

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    real solid numbers there. got to be a blast to drive!
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