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Old 07-28-2010, 02:34 PM   #1
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Hey guys just wondering if you can give me an estimated answer,

What would be the horsepower gain (at wheels + general) from these mods?

Intake -
Lightweight crank pulley -
Axleback -

Finally all above tuned on 93 octane -


Thank you so much and doesn't have be perfect just an estimate
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Old 07-28-2010, 03:51 PM   #2
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Hey guys just wondering if you can give me an estimated answer,

What would be the horsepower gain (at wheels + general) from these mods?

Intake -
Lightweight crank pulley -
Axleback -

Finally all above tuned on 93 octane -


Thank you so much and doesn't have be perfect just an estimate

You biggest hp gain will be straight from the tune for the 93 octane the other 3 will maybe net you 3-5 hp to the wheels. I would say you are looking at maybe 15-20 hp to the wheels all said and done. Again just an estimation.
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Old 07-28-2010, 04:21 PM   #3
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the axelback wont do anything
and for the intake get cai, colder air = denser air = more power
lcp will free up some parasitic lose, meaning u dont gain more power per say, but more will transfer to the wheel feeling like more power, which is awesome
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Old 07-28-2010, 05:02 PM   #4
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Do the hybrid intake, and headers will net you a good gain for the exhaust. Axleback is purely for sound, in this case.
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Old 07-28-2010, 05:08 PM   #5
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Alrighty thanks for the feedback I have the hybrid intake and all the others installed, just curious I've actually gained lol
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Old 07-28-2010, 05:23 PM   #6
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There are too many variables to allow anybody to give you any sort of accurate estimate. Steckers is right about the axleback...it does nothing but make noise. For any gains to be made through the exhaust, you will have to do headers back...even then, you will need to do it correctly to see any significant gains (allowing for proper velocity and scavenging.) The intake also throws in plenty of variables. A SRI, CAI, and Hybrid will all have an effect on the powerband, but each one will also dictate how much and where said power will be made. A SRI will lose you power down low, but will give you gains up top. A CAI will give you more power throughout the powerband, but you wouldn't see the type of gains up top that you would from a SRI. The hybrid will keep the stock power levels down low, but give you SRI gains up top. A LCP will give you about 3-5 dyno-proven hp by freeing up parasitic drag. Finally, what kind of tune did you get? What elevation do you live at? What was the OAT when you got tuned?

Not being cranky, but that is why it is very hard to give any sort of estimate.
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Old 07-28-2010, 06:08 PM   #7
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Gotcha as far as the type of tune, umm I drove up to conneticut where stimikey is and he tuned it on 93 all I know =/

OAT right now = 85 degrees Fahrenheit in NY
Elevation = 59.67 ft above sea level

If that helps sorry
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Old 07-28-2010, 07:17 PM   #8
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So it was a road tune I'm guessing. I would guess you gained around 20whp. With an 85 degree oat, you should be running great. The ecu will pull timing based on iat. I was datalogging today, and my timing was at 0. I popped the gas, and it pulled 1.5 degrees out just from the pedal tap. Now it was 112 outside today, and that's why it pulled that much timing. Just an example to show how the ecu will react to the oat and iat.
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Old 07-28-2010, 07:33 PM   #9
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Thank yea I must say it's like driving a new car drives so smooth pulls hard, new there was a gain just not sure of the numbers lol

Is it safe to say
200 hp at flywheel
150 whp

Estimating of course
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More like 190/140ish
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