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What a transition in a year!
Got The V back today from Vengeance Racing. Had new Trick-flo heads installed, the numbers look good Max HP 481.33. Max torque 431.59.
The guys at Vegeance Racing did a excellent job Car runs smother than it did before the heads were installed and it is making much better torque. A nice 40 lbs of torque increse and 53 more horsepower. The torque is 40 lbs more across the board, this is good.:)
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damn good numbers man
 

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Those are amazing numbers! Do you have a sound clip? I'd love to hear it!
 

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I hope they are ported, but honestly did not ask that question. I did ask what was next? bigger motor was suggested.:)
 

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What a transition in a year!
Got The V back today from Vengeance Racing. Had new Trick-flo heads installed, the numbers look good Max HP 481.33. Max torque 431.59.
The guys at Vegeance Racing did a excellent job Car runs smother than it did before the heads were installed and it is making much better torque. A nice 40 lbs of torque increse and 53 more horsepower. The torque is 40 lbs more across the board, this is good.:)
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Veeery Nice.

It looks like you have done this NA - Veri impressive.

Headers, Cam, Heads did you do anything else?
What numbers did you use for the cam?
Do you have a PN on the Trick flow heads you used?
LS2 or LS6?

Again, Great Numbers!
 

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Wow, if I had known you could get that kind of power from the mods you've done I wouldn't have bothered w/ the Maggie. Nothing like awesome NA power!
 
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