11.6 N/A L92 GTO

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  1. Fast GTO

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    Specs? :eek3:
     
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    416CI L92 w/ 3200 stall converter and baby 235/240 cam.

    About 1500ft elevation.

    ATCO it would be a low 11.
     
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    Because the L92 is the same as the LS3 for the most part.
     
  5. you are in tucson now right?


    nice car
     
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    Yes, in Tucson actually sierra vista, who would you happen to be?


    And the L92 is just an LS3 with VVT. On these 416CI builds they plug the holes for the VVT if I remember correctly.

    L92 = 6.2L and LS3 = 6.2L

    Mine is forged and stroked thus 6.8L, setup for N20 which I have not run yet...should be a mid 10 car on the gas.
     
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  7. Im in Tucson. I thought the setup sounded familiar. Im on SMC too. I've got a rarely seen ss camaro. You gonna be at the test and tune on friday? seems like people are gonna be going. (atleast brando and jish)


    Only shitty thing is the schedule says they are closing @1030 because of the metallica concert
     
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    what power you shooting for?

    should do a OT Dyno board :big grin:
     
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    I'm going to the metallica concert...didn't know about the test and tune, where is it?
     
  10. oh, its at SIR


    www.sirace.com
     
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    It's also the same engine that G8 GT comes with.
     
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    I also did not know you were in AZ. I'll have to let you know if there's another Firebird getogether sometime.
     
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    Nope, G8 GT is an L76 if I remember correctly, not a 6.2L.
     
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    Heh, dunno if I want to run .2-.3 seconds slower than firebird because of the elevation....

    Weak ego!

    :greddy:
     
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    [paradox] No replacement for displacement. 6.0L Crew.

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    correct, and in aus we get the L98
     
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    I'm sure your right, but isn't the L98 the name of the motor thats in my 90 TPI camaro? Surely its not the same block.
     
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    L76 and L98s in aus
     
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    L76 - 6.0L with cylinder deactivation

    L98 - 6.0L without cylinder deactivation
     
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    so what's it take to run 11's NA in an LS2 GTO? On drag radials
     
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    and i got laughed at by ot'ers when i said that the L76 had DoD/cylinder deactivation. Thanks for proving me right no1 can argue with OT's automotive encyclopedia :big grin:
     
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    L76 was in the VZ, it has the hardware for DoD but its not enabled by holden.
     
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    same model number totally different block.
     
  23. I also think there is a dash in there

    kinda like the 72 chevelle, it was a ls-6, not a ls6
    and the l-88, l-98 etc.

    I think the none lsx family has a dash, but Im not sure :dunno:
     
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    I've seen it done with L92 heads/L76 intake and a cam.
     
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    Also have to factor the track DA in there.
     

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