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just dyno my ctsv with 500 miles in stock form it made 528rwhp and 514rwtq we did some upgrades with upper pullies ported blower snout and lingenfelter intake elbow k&n filter it made 12 pounds boost final numbers were 594rwhp 612rwtq
 

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2010 white diamond sedan, 6MT,all options. 641 RWHP/592 RWTQ
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Only 500 miles and already modding, nice job!!. Guess warranty is not a concern for you...lol.
 

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Wow that would be something to only lose a whopping 28 hp thru the drivetrain with a new car! Was the dyno corrected? Mine went around 435rwhp with a small boost bypass leak, realistically probably around 445 max for me stock (auto).
 

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Re: 2011 CTS-V Dyno

Car is a 6-speed dyno'ed at my good friend Howard's shop, Redline Motorsports. He has dyno'ed 4 other cars that were yrs 09 and 10 that each made 484 to 500 rwhp, I think mine is just a freak or I think for 2011 GM did a more aggressive timing table.
 

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Re: 2011 CTS-V Dyno

Car is a 6-speed dyno'ed at my good friend Howard's shop, Redline Motorsports. He has dyno'ed 4 other cars that were yrs 09 and 10 that each made 484 to 500 rwhp, I think mine is just a freak or I think for 2011 GM did a more aggressive timing table.
Isn't that a little high? I put down ~455 stock, which is about right.
 

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I put 478 and i was happy with that.

Dyno is just a tool, you can make it say whatever hP you want with the push of a button.
 

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Run it at the track; that's the true test of the power you actually have. My times this past weekend were dead-on with the number I have from the dyno.
 
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