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    Quote Originally Posted by jansen View Post
    Dam .....What the hell was I thinking!?!
    You weren't. Lol

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    That sounds waaaay off. My 5.3 burb stock with only an intake put down 243 to the wheels. After the cam and bolt-ons put down 348... On a mustang dyno.
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    Well, regardless of what it put down, I can hang nose to nose with with a 5th gen SS from 25-90. In a 4400lb truck I don't consider that bad at all.
    I'll just use this number as a reference point for more mods.

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    The dyno sheet could come in handy suckering someone into a race!
    99 rcsb silverado...... boosted.

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    Don't put too much thought into dyno numbers. They're only useful for tuning and doing testing after various mods. They're all calibrated differently. Know how DynoJet got there initial calibration? They ran a Yamaha VMax bike on it, took Yamaha's power numbers and told the dyno what the bike ran. Ever single number ever put up by a DynoJet since is based on that number.
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    Interesting, so that explains all these 800 hp supras getting beat by 400 hp cars lol, so is there any way to really know hp numbers? Maybe there should be a standard that every1 uses.

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    There is a standard.... 1/4 mile times

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    Yeah dynos are so varied it hurts but that sound low.
    Like pl4boy said dyno doesnt matter 1/4 mile is the standard.
    2006 Silverado aka (Bad Bitch)
    K&N CAI, Diablo Predator, muffler delete, and a vette servo. 14.7x @ 93 mph (sold)

    1998 SS Camaro aka (Silver Bullet)
    LS6 intake, ported TB, LTs, ORY, cut out, and a pantie dropping tune by Nelson. 12.6 @ 110 mph 327 hp 347 tq

    2011 ecsb silverado aka (silver sleeper)
    forged 6.2 and a small snail

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    And with my current best 1/4 time I'm keeping up or quicker than most current sports cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFSP1211 View Post
    And with my current best 1/4 time I'm keeping up or quicker than most current sports cars.
    what are your times?
    2006 Silverado aka (Bad Bitch)
    K&N CAI, Diablo Predator, muffler delete, and a vette servo. 14.7x @ 93 mph (sold)

    1998 SS Camaro aka (Silver Bullet)
    LS6 intake, ported TB, LTs, ORY, cut out, and a pantie dropping tune by Nelson. 12.6 @ 110 mph 327 hp 347 tq

    2011 ecsb silverado aka (silver sleeper)
    forged 6.2 and a small snail

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