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HA! Now a set of wheels changes everything. Can't wait to see how comical the "box of spare parts" is. Probably a lip spoiler and extra brake pads.



This from a guy with a 499whp Z that he took to a generous/lying dyno so he could say he had 550 to the wheels.


Can't wait to see you get your ass dragged by this shit box land yacht
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This from a guy with a 499whp Z that he took to a generous/lying dyno so he could say he had 550 to the wheels.


Can't wait to see you get your ass dragged by this shit box land yacht
I see life isn't keeping you busy enough to stay away from needing trolling entertainment. You're doing so well, you've gotta keep trying even when previous attempts get ignored. Good for you!
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This from a guy with a 499whp Z that he took to a generous/lying dyno so he could say he had 550 to the wheels.


Can't wait to see you get your ass dragged by this shit box land yacht
I love when people say that dyno is "generous" or "lying" or "inflated".

My car only made 16 less hp on a different dyno in town that people say is a heartbreak dyno. Temperature was 35 degrees warmer too on the dyno that it made less power on.

My car did just fine down in Texas in actual races even with "generous" dyno figures.
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I see life isn't keeping you busy enough to stay away from needing trolling entertainment. You're doing so well, you've gotta keep trying even when previous attempts get ignored. Good for you!

Edit: It's don't be a prick Friday
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I love when people say that dyno is "generous" or "lying" or "inflated".

My car only made 16 less hp on a different dyno in town that people say is a heartbreak dyno. Temperature was 35 degrees warmer too on the dyno that it made less power on.

My car did just fine down in Texas in actual races even with "generous" dyno figures.



Yet I've stood next to you with your car on a not so generous dyno, heard what you said, and saw your body language.


But I'm sure that was different
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I love when people say that dyno is "generous" or "lying" or "inflated".

My car only made 16 less hp on a different dyno in town that people say is a heartbreak dyno. Temperature was 35 degrees warmer too on the dyno that it made less power on.

My car did just fine down in Texas in actual races even with "generous" dyno figures.
I do know temperature makes a huge difference. My car didn't pick up the HP it should have due to the temp being about 40 degrees different.
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Yet I've stood next to you with your car on a not so generous dyno, heard what you said, and saw your body language.


But I'm sure that was different
My corvette?

I don't recall you being at any dyno sessions with my vette.

My vette made 1016 on the lying dyno and 1000 on the nose on a "heartbreaker" dyno with much warmer air.
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My corvette?

I don't recall you being at any dyno sessions with my vette.

My vette made 1016 on the lying dyno and 1000 on the nose on a "heartbreaker" dyno with much warmer air.

Bruh. How many times have we been to the dyno together?


I guess when you hit 1000whp you forget about the days your 1er made 37x and you were talking about how it would be 400+ on another dyno.

It seemed to matter back then
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Say whatever prick comments you want. All you've posted are irrelevant assumptions based on literally nothing. My car was run before and after on the same dyno, with the same fuel, during the same month for one reason - to have accurate gain data. I couldn't give a fuck less if it made 530 or 550. I didn't pick a one-stop shop for the build and tune based on Karlen and your idea of their dyno's generosity. But hey, good on you for having something in common with that guy.

And your prick trolling is all because I think some random FCA product you don't own, nor make any indication of an intention to own, is a great example of how garbage FCA is. Get over it, and yourself.
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I made 340 hp on lsxkilr dyno.

Sup?
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I made 340 hp on lsxkilr dyno.

Sup?
Is it fast?
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Is it fast?
I don't want to brag, but since you asked, it will break loose in second.
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Bruh. How many times have we been to the dyno together?


I guess when you hit 1000whp you forget about the days your 1er made 37x and you were talking about how it would be 400+ on another dyno.

It seemed to matter back then
I never got to dyno that car on multiple dynos with the same setup unfortunately. Vamp dyno was stock turbo, stage 1 turbo was at resto and never got a dyno with the stage 2 but wanted the mobile dyno from LSXkilr because those numbers were crazy high, lol.
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I never got to dyno that car on multiple dynos with the same setup unfortunately. Vamp dyno was stock turbo, stage 1 turbo was at resto and never got a dyno with the stage 2 but wanted the mobile dyno from LSXkilr because those numbers were crazy high, lol.
Oh shit, are you saying my 340 is inflated?!?!?!?!
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Oh shit, are you saying my 340 is inflated?!?!?!?!


Probably just shy of 300 to the wheels
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Probably just shy of 300 to the wheels
Ol girl must have been a real weakling from the factory...
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Ol girl must have been a real weakling from the factory...

Yours an auto or a stick?


If I recall...back when they were new I saw them putting down 315ish to the wheels bone stock out at MC Racing.
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If I recall...back when they were new I saw them putting down 315ish to the wheels bone stock out at MC Racing.
Is this a serious question?
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Sorry, broseph.


I know real men like you have a man pedal


It's still a 14sec car when you weigh 300 pounds though
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It's still a 14sec car when you weigh 300 pounds though
Stage 1 weight reduction has commenced.

Try to break into those 13s...
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Try to break into those 13s...


I remember back in '98 or '99 I ran into a couple of guys in a '96 LT4 Vette that were talking mad shit about how hard they would drag my '98 LS1. The passenger must have weighed 350+, and the driver another good 200#.

I'd beat them, and they'd want to run again. Over and over they would not accept that they could possibly lose to a Camaro in their super Vette.


I finally yelled out the window to the driver as we were lined up at a 20 roll that if he'd consider dropping baby Huey off at the next corner we could run 'em again and he'd have a better chance.


For some reason blimp boy wanted to fight then. This was my first lesson in the fact that not all fat people are jolly
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I remember back in '98 or '99 I ran into a couple of guys in a '96 LT4 Vette that were talking mad shit about how hard they would drag my '98 LS1. The passenger must have weighed 350+, and the driver another good 200#.

I'd beat them, and they'd want to run again. Over and over they would not accept that they could possibly lose to a Camaro in their super Vette.


I finally yelled out the window to the driver as we were lined up at a 20 roll that if he'd consider dropping baby Huey off at the next corner we could run 'em again and he'd have a better chance.


For some reason blimp boy wanted to fight then. This was my first lesson in the fact that not all fat people are jolly
Weight was probably the issue.
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In this case it definitely was, but in my experience a stock LS1 SS Camaro will hang side by side, if not beat an LT4 Vette.

Main issue with an LS1 would be whether or not it had the 342s. The 273 cars were dogs.

My bolt-on Z28 also pulled the two ZR1s I ran into back in the day
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I've seen stock m6 figures between 290-315ish

With my fatass, half tank of gas, it should have enough for a high 12, I'd imagine.

It for sure pulls harder than before.

The lt4 clique crack me up. Yes, it's a a stout motor. Sure I can see it being a drivers race against maybe the 98-00 fbodies, but to hear them, you'd think it was a goddam 405 hp lt5

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