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What do you mean take a look at the dyno? Is there a program where I type stuff in? I got it dynoed after all the mods I listed and it was 238whp and 226 torque. But then I see other people with a stock pulley stock injectors with just header and exhaust and an HPtune and they have more Whp and more torque then I have now with all my mods. It's just confusing and frustrating when you try and find the info on google and on here and don't get a straight answer. I do appreciate you at least verifying the first part of what I suspected.
There is a thread on here full of dynos with a list of mods. Its called the official dyno thread. 270ish sounds about right on 93
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Originally Posted by Decepticon06ss/sc View Post
What do you mean take a look at the dyno? Is there a program where I type stuff in? I got it dynoed after all the mods I listed and it was 238whp and 226 torque. But then I see other people with a stock pulley stock injectors with just header and exhaust and an HPtune and they have more Whp and more torque then I have now with all my mods. It's just confusing and frustrating when you try and find the info on google and on here and don't get a straight answer. I do appreciate you at least verifying the first part of what I suspected.

HPtuners is a program where you can make your own tunes or buy other tunes. The ottp tune you have is very basic. Can tunes, like the ottp, don't push a lot of hp out the box because you do need to tune each individual car differently.
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So it's worth the $400 to goto either the place who dynoed it or anther. And have them take my car for a couple of days and pro tune it? It's not going to be
Some bogus **** like only add 10HP at the wheels right?
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So it's worth the $400 to goto either the place who dynoed it or anther. And have them take my car for a couple of days and pro tune it? It's not going to be
Some bogus **** like only add 10HP at the wheels right?
At least 150 is going to go to the credits to unlock your pcm. I'd do your research and ask the tuners how much they can SAFELY get out of your car.

Do you have any cooling mods?
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I have ottp heat exchanger. Was planning on getting option B and dual pass.
I'm waiting for a gauge from ottp, I checked my air intake and IAT2 with my buddy's solice. And they were with in 30-47° of each other. before that it was
Probably sky high and my eng power reduce came on because my coolant pump was dead and I didn't know it but that's brand new too
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The place I got it dynoed at suggested a 160° thermostat to increase timing and one person here told me they wouldn't go back to them because they don't know wtf they are talking about. When I don't I'm new to this
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The place I got it dynoed at suggested a 160° thermostat to increase timing and one person here told me they wouldn't go back to them because they don't know wtf they are talking about. When I don't I'm new to this
No! Do not get a 160 degree thermostat.
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I didn't think that sounded like a good idea. I won't let them tune me just for suggesting that. Had a couple people say NO!lol
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Hi, names Taran, i just bought a 2006 Balt SS SC im new to this scene and was wondering two things. how can i raise my fuel pressure, wont that make injectors run at less duty load? and is there any vehicles that have 40-60 lb injectors that would be compatible with the LSJ.
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Hi, names Taran, i just bought a 2006 Balt SS SC im new to this scene and was wondering two things. how can i raise my fuel pressure, wont that make injectors run at less duty load? and is there any vehicles that have 40-60 lb injectors that would be compatible with the LSJ.
There are 42lb, 60lb, 80lb and greater sold for our cars.

Check out ZZP's website.
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Why wouldn't you want to go with a lightweight flywheel? Just cerious
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