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Old 06-13-2010, 02:01 PM   #21
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why not tune it while you had it strapped to the dyno to show full potential on this test?
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didnt someone do the 102mm car intake on a L92/LS3 head? made some good power....i can't recall that...but i dont want to spin my motor to 7k+ but i may just save up and wait for them to finally come out with the truck intake for the L92/LS3
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didnt someone do the 102mm car intake on a L92/LS3 head? made some good power....i can't recall that...but i dont want to spin my motor to 7k+ but i may just save up and wait for them to finally come out with the truck intake for the L92/LS3
They do have the LSXrt Rectangle port l92/ls3 Intake manifold...I see them om ebay all the time...plus they are about $100 cheaper
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They do have the LSXrt Rectangle port l92/ls3 Intake manifold...I see them om ebay all the time...plus they are about $100 cheaper
I dont think so, they do have the car version "LSXR" for L92/LS3. Its what Im running on mine.
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didnt someone do the 102mm car intake on a L92/LS3 head? made some good power....i can't recall that...but i dont want to spin my motor to 7k+ but i may just save up and wait for them to finally come out with the truck intake for the L92/LS3

i did the LSXr car intake,which put down 40+rwhp and 40+ torque, but its actually unconfirmed since at the time i had a different tuner tune the truck, flaco was out of town for the xmas holidays, and wouldnt be back for a couple of weeks so i had quik tune it.. now that its tuned to its fullest i probably need to get back on the dyno..


remember this, you can run any intake of choice to make that intake work to its fullest you need all the supporting mods, from am to heads to exhaust
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very nice gains.
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I would like to see the gain with some tuning.
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Thats easy, take the 20hp gain and change it to 30-35hp. Its really not that hard to firgure out based on what you can pick up basically on any stock tune.

People have lost their ability to use their mind to interpolate on even the most simple things?!?!?
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Thats easy, take the 20hp gain and change it to 30-35hp. Its really not that hard to firgure out based on what you can pick up basically on any stock tune.

People have lost their ability to use their mind to interpolate on even the most simple things?!?!?
It's not that simple, this isn't a stock engine. Plus maybe I want to see torque gains on the low end and midrange. It's not as simple as adding the power gains a stock engine would see.

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$1000 for 20hp? Lame....
20RWHP, not so lame.
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