You'll be at 350 at the wheels with these mods, and maybe a little more,MrGoat said:from the K&N aricharger, Longtube headers with the stock catback( i don't want the car too loud) and a good tune with hp tuners? i would like to see 350 at the wheels
You actually will likely see @ 330 at the wheels. That seems to be the avarage gain w/ LT's, CIA and tune without cats. A cat back may give you 4 or 5 more HP. These are avarage numbers. A few strong cars have dyno'd @341 with these same mods. Heads and cam can bring you into the 370+ range quickly.Yellow Jacket M6 said:You'll be at 350 at the wheels with these mods, and maybe a little more,
espcially with a good tune.
LT headers 30-35hp
Do you mean just the filter or the FIPK?gotzaGTO said:i dont know if you guys saw it, but huntress posted a thread of her dyno results bone stock and her dyno results with just the K&N setup, she achived an average of 19.7 rear wheel horse on her dyno runs, i dont remember how many runs, but shes got the dyno to prove it...... i bought mine before i saw that, but it made me happier that i bought it, and i could tell there was a big difference just by how eaiser the tires break loose and smoke, with no changes in my driving habbits or road conditions.....but (and theres always a but) from what im reading, peoples cars are dynoing different so what she got might not be what you get.....
What I'm getting is that you want to up your horsepower without making the engine louder. the only things I can think of are new cam, underdrive pulley, and dyno tuned. most other upgrades will effect sound. but there may be others, that's just what I can think of nowMrGoat said:from the K&N aricharger, Longtube headers with the stock catback( i don't want the car too loud) and a good tune with hp tuners? i would like to see 350 at the wheels