LOL--that smokey burnout cost you how much in terms of tire wear??
Thanks Reed. I noticed the lights too. Here's another dyno sheet from a local shop here in KC. I can't get anything but 92 octane here, but oh well. I promise there were no check engine lights with this run.ctsvett said:Nice.... Uh.. check engine light though... I dont think the ABS or TC liked that dyno run either...
I will put it on the FAQ in a little bit
CaddyGeek said:congrats on the dyno numbers:thumbsup: and successful install:burn: ... i was super impressed by the hop-less burn out:bouncy: , any suspension mods or tire change to your car?
Aside from the Maggie Supercharger, what other mods did you make to your V? Any changes to the cylinder heads? Was the intake ports on the maggie SC portmatched to the cylinder heads if they were changed at all? Also were there any changes to the air intake system such as a volant or Moore system? And finally; any changes to the exhaust system such as a catback and if so; what brand?1MEANV said:this is what my v made witha maggie at 5.5 lbs with exhaust and the crappy superchips program
VELOSE said:I agree, the video is good quality. The sound of that supercharger is definitely different than the Maggie. I need to confirm, you put 510 rwhp and 451 rwtq with that kit and exhaust?
Do me a BIG favor. I want to see you get there with no problems, so PLEASE forge your bottom end.1MEANV said:i still have tons of parts togo on. a 2.6 pully, afr 225 cc heads,ls1 edit,meziere electric water pump, full msd ignition system, tnt wet nitrous kit,volant cai,jesel rockers and a custom ground cam. i am looking for 650 rwhp
Dallas, I just PM'ed you.1MEANV said:yeah but first i want to try with this bottom end.lpe has made over 600 rwhp with stock bottom end. if it blows i will build a 427 turbo setup