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CAI, Headers, and tuning 363/374.
 

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Mods in sig all bolt ons! 397 HP and 400 TQ :gears: I have Stock exhaust with the resonator, H-pipe is on the way should be able to get over 400 with the H-pipe.
 

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With mods in sig, 374/367...after 3 back-to-back pulls...car was hot.

-K
 

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SW LT headers and corsa with a CAI and tune. A4 I made 363RWHP from 324 stock!
 

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See sig :)
 

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400 rwhp 393rwtq SAE corrected numbers

Car: 2006 Corvette w/ LS2 and MN6

Engine Details:
Completely stock engine with only the following bolt-ons
- American Racing Headers
- LS2 Port Works LS2 Intake Manifold
- LPE cold air intake
- Tune by A&A Corvette (Oxnard, CA)
and it still has the factory mufflers
 

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344/345 with bolt ons in sig
 

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369 hp 365 tq with headers (shorties), JBA catted midpipes, corsa sport, K&N intake and tuning (temp was a wicked 101 degrees when tuned). Torque curve is long and flat, stays over 350 throughout usable street rpms so the engine feels strong.
 

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372/374
LPE
Kooks 1 7/8" LT w/cats
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I dont think numbers really mean anything here. Maybe if your thread was titled best track times instead of best dyno numbers you would get some good info.
 

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yeah, my dyno numbers weren't very good at all, I'm not stressing it, I wanna see what I do at the track.

K&N drop-in and Kooks Long tubes with off-road pipes

Before tune 323hp/337tq SAE

after tune 343 hp/346tq SAE


People get numbers like that in stock form, but like I said, I'll wait till I see the track.
 

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Hate to be the naysayer but..

A dyno is a tuning device. You can not compare numbers from one dyno to another. There can be +/-10% difference (or more) one dyno to another.

To dyno your car at one location, make changes, and dyno at another location is a complete waste of time and money. The same can be said comparing dyno to dyno results on different cars in different conditions.
 
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