2005 Corvette C6 - 45 Miles - Dyno graph *PIC*

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  1. John Cameron

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    what are they rated at stock? 400?
     
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    not bad for only 45miles being on the car, I'd expect numbers closer to 360 though.
     
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    not bad at all. I love those cars.
     
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    yes, 10% drivetrain loss is common :ugh:
     
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    I have some LG motorsports wheels on my transam do you work there or something? :bigthumb:
     
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    Actually more like 12percent on a 6 speed, and the fact that I have heard they're sandbagging a bit like they did with the LS1s.
     
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    Nemesis_152 I'm a delicate desert flower from Arizona.

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    "heard" means shit.
     
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    yeah exactly, thats why I said it wasn't bad for 45 miles, once its broken in, I'd expect 360ish, I guess I shoulda made that more clear.
     
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    about what id expect :dunno:
     
  12. s_ride

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    i would'nt expect much increase in HP after break in. Most car manufacturers advertise stock hp to the crank, not the wheels.
     
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    thats true, but the last two motors that GM has introduced, they sandbagged on, and I "heard" they were going to do it that time too...400x.12 = 48hp lost in the drivetrain giving you 352hp, you figure they underestimate 10 to 15horses and that'll put you in the 360ish area.
     
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    there isnt' a single car manufacture that advertises whp
     
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    Nemesis_152 I'm a delicate desert flower from Arizona.

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    and 12% drivetrain loss is VERY optomistic, too.
     
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    LG motorsports is like 2 minutes from my house. Thankfully I don't own an F-body for multiple reasons.
     
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    I'm pretty sure all of them advertise at the flywheel, I dont know of any that advertise at the wheels. On LS1 cars most guys saw a 10 to 12 horsepower increase..at least the ones I saw, but I Never saw one dynoed with only 45miles on it, saw one with 3hundred somthing...but not 45
     
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    actually I was talking to alexws6
     
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    So was I. Your point?
     
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    Tha NSX with what mods?
     
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    then why did you quote me?
     
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    It was further to the reply button.
     
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    that was pretty bogus I thought, the C6's are getting 12.50s to 12.70s in the quarter mile, last time I looked up an NSX's time it was 13.1s...but it has been a couple years.
     
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    :rofl: ok
     
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