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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-24-2019, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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I came from a turbo 4 Subaru legacy to a V8 thinking it was enough and I was happy to leave behind FI and modding....oh well

I've got jba headers and exhaust,LS7 maf, 4" cai, lsa sc with stock everything else. 511whp 457 tq.

I just got it back Wednesday so I haven't really gotten to do much but I feel a little hesitation when taking off from a stand still. I need to do some more driving to see what's up.
The extra power is very nice. I'm not planning additional power but I guess we'll see.

*edit* so i think the hesitation was just me relearning how to use the gas pedal....I think it's slightly different than when I had the livernois tune on it...

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Nice numbers! Did you source the kit yourself or did a shop build you a kit and install it.
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Nice numbers! Did you source the kit yourself or did a shop build you a kit and install it.
Sourced myself but I was missing some relays
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Solid numbers!

What kind of dyno is that? I don't recognize the plot format.

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Solid numbers!

What kind of dyno is that? I don't recognize the plot format.[/QUOTE]

Mainline dynolog..I've never heard of it either
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Mainline dynolog is actually the most common Chassis Dyno in Australia. We all think they Mainline dynos are low reading, just as we are confident we satisfy our partners, despite what they say to or about us. YouTube Marks Workshop WA

https://www.youtube.com/user/samkactus
for some interesting supercharged LS builds on mostly Holden LS platforms, he has a Mainline. You may have to translate the accent but the Mainline readings and superchargers and LS engine build parts are all the same language.
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Mainline dynolog is actually the most common Chassis Dyno in Australia. We all think they Mainline dynos are low reading, just as we are confident we satisfy our partners, despite what they say to or about us. YouTube Marks Workshop WA
After seeing WAY TOO MANY dyno sheets, I've come to the conclusion that the primary purpose of a dyno is to humble the owner of whatever car is being measured. Getting an actual power reading is a distant second priority...

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