Thats with the stock vavletrain correct? No upgrade on the pushrods, rocker arms, springs. Just wondering if the stock springs can handle the 600ish lift. I may look into a custom grind cam myself.Stock heads. Just a small cam .598 lift, need it to pass smog in CA.
Same dyno where Tony made 425/415 numbers were also backed up by a Dynapack and we know his truck runs well at the track. As you know dynos are just tuning tools and nothing more. That is why I never personally post or ask others to post results. This truck made 375 rwhp on a dynojet before the cam and 4" FWI.Great numbers and curve. Looks like everything worked out really good
I hate to bust your balls but dynomite dynos read notorisly high. I finished a vette with a magic stick cam that made 430. The guy was dissappointed because he dynoed it pre cam and it made 420 I couldn't convince him 430 was very good for a stock headed c5 zo6 so he went back to the original dyno and made 480. It was a dynomite
Here is another thread I remeber about this. http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/dynam...ynomite-dyno-comparison-2011-cts-v-coupe.html
again don't mean to bust your balls it's just not all dynos are created equal
No. It has PAC beehive springs, hardened pushrods and stock rockers. You cannot run this type of cam on stock springs. The heads are unported and have stock valves though. Stock unported intake manifold too.Thats with the stock vavletrain correct? No upgrade on the pushrods, rocker arms, springs. Just wondering if the stock springs can handle the 600ish lift. I may look into a custom grind cam myself.