When I had my 97 Z28 I took it to Kenny Brown performance. We did a clubgmsgto said:do all dyno shops have the ls1edit. I live near springfield, mo there is only one place that has a dyno around here. Just wondering
Yeah, I wasn't really expecting 340rwhp. With the two modifications and maybe a third which would be the SLP Pulley, I was expecting around 330rwhp. Was just curious what to expect from the LS1edit itself. Going on the info from the CAI and The pulley rwhp, I can only assume that I am looking at 20rwhp t/-. Because of the weather I couldn't get my car dyno'd this weekend so using my old dyno numbers which my car dyno'd at 289.6 hot out of traffic from an hour long drive to the shop, my car should have roughly 310 rwhp without the edit. Does that sound about right?gtodoug said:I agree, only tune if you need it. You can lean it out slightly, but don't expect near 30hp with just a tune on a bolt-on car. Most M6's are puting down in the neighborhood of 285-290whp. Expecting your car to put down in the 320's and then another 10-15 just isn't realistic and setting yourself up for a big letdown. Do everything else out of a tune. Adjust shift points, firmness of shifts, raise revlimit, cags delete, but just know that a "good tune" will make the car run better as opposed to shooting for hp #'s.
This is some dam good info. I think everyone should learn from this. If yourCMNTMXR57 said:Even mine went screwy and with mods, I actually dynoed less than I did stock.
I was down to 283 at the rears, installed the SW Long Tubes and had it tuned. I am now at 330rwhp. So I gained back nearly 50rwhp between the headers and the tuning.