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Old 04-09-2011, 08:02 AM   #1
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Procharger install results

Well after a lot of work I finally got my car to the shop to have the it dyno tuned yesterday. I must say the procharger results were impressive. The first run was extremely rich and made 487 rwhp. By the third run with an ideal air/fuel mix it made 521rwhp and 440 torque. The numbers were way higher than expected so I had him take out some timing add fuel and running rich it still made 492. I'm thinking I will be going back and installing a 8 psi pulley to bring the numbers down a little but none the less the numbers were impressive. Thanks to everyone who helped me when I had a question. I have one more though. After the dual gt500 pump install my fuel gauge don't work and before u say it the float sensor is floating and isn't pinned I triple checked it. It Is a 2010 gt500 pump. Thanks again for the info guys!
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Sick #s!!! You are right about getting it tuned down a little,that is a little much for that 3V to handle IMO. How much boost?
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Sick #s!!! You are right about getting it tuned down a little,that is a little much for that 3V to handle IMO. How much boost?
10psi is all
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Damn,492 is still pretty high for 10psi.I have to agree with you and go with 8 to be safe.
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Damn,492 is still pretty high for 10psi.I have to agree with you and go with 8 to be safe.
492 is as conservative as he could tune it so 8psi is gonna be the way to go I think.
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You should still have some very nice #s and be safe with that. Good luck and be sure to post the results!
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