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Old 12-15-2013, 08:17 PM   #1
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Ok i know the stock redline its 6000 but whith my sct i can put what i want so what is the redline cant i set really whit stock intern some people say 6500 it is true. Thanks and soory for my english im french
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Well theoretically you could, but that doesn't mean its a good idea. There really is not reason to do so, unless you've got the car built to make power past 6K. The limiting factor is the crankshaft.

Also the stock gauges are known to be off a bit, so I'd be very careful when spining the engine that high. What do you have done to the car thus far?
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Guy I know has his set to 7200 or 7300 I believe. He has an auto
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I don't know what the power band is on our cars but I would say by that rpm, your not making any power. A lot of people think you have to shift at redline everytime to get the best performance and that's not true. You need to know what rpm you quit making power and shift then. heck, that may be a 5500, I don't know, like I said what the power curve is on these cars. I just bought mine a few days ago. I have always been in Camaros. But, if you quit making power at 5500 and run it on up to 6200, you just wasted a lot of time not making power.
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I don't know what the power band is on our cars but I would say by that rpm, your not making any power. A lot of people think you have to shift at redline everytime to get the best performance and that's not true. You need to know what rpm you quit making power and shift then. heck, that may be a 5500, I don't know, like I said what the power curve is on these cars. I just bought mine a few days ago. I have always been in Camaros. But, if you quit making power at 5500 and run it on up to 6200, you just wasted a lot of time not making power.
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