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Old 09-15-2013, 08:32 PM   #71
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Have not, around here the ones I see are dyno/garage queens. The few I have seen were BPUs and trapping really high speeds but not running the greatest times.
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Have not, around here the ones I see are dyno/garage queens. The few I have seen were BPUs and trapping really high speeds but not running the greatest times.
Yes there is a handful just like you mentioned. But there is also a crap load all making north of 1100 hp. All running on e85.

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I've seen fast as **** ones on the youtube before, was not aware that there was a glut of them down there. They are rare as hell to even see one up here. Also we are utterly devoid of e85 in this state.
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I've seen fast as **** ones on the youtube before, was not aware that there was a glut of them down there. They are rare as hell to even see one up here. Also we are utterly devoid of e85 in this state.
Yes you would be surprised. The street scene in houston is insane. My 700 hp nitrous coyote, does not make a dent in some of the dailys out here.
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Lol there are a TON of supras north of 800whp that arent afraid to lay some rubber in Texas. That's why I always laughed when Street outlaws came on. OKC has the fastest street cars in the nation my ***.
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The only supers in my town has 900hp so yea only super cars run with that and they still loose

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We got a few cars around here that I know of making 1100 supra a viper and a Lexus swapped with a supra motor.
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So I read the trick flow heads with stage 2 cam n supporting mods can make up to 330-340rwhp n/a. How do u think these would do against an ls1?. What about with a port n polish job?
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So I read the trick flow heads with stage 2 cam n supporting mods can make up to 330-340rwhp n/a. How do u think these would do against an ls1?. What about with a port n polish job?
Isn't that more expensive than to go F/I though?
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Isn't that more expensive than to go F/I though?
Depends on which FI route, those heads and cams will probably cost $3k
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I think it would be cool to get #'s like that all motor! But with h/c u don't risk engine failure as much right?
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I think it would be cool to get #'s like that all motor! But with h/c u don't risk engine failure as much right?

I always laugh at the whole "cool to get those numbers all motor". Its cool... until you roll up next to someone who spent as much or less money than you on a supercharger and is making 100 more hp at the wheels... And is also retaining bone stock drivability and gas mileage too.

As far as engine failure... its all in the tune. A properly tuned supercharged motor will last a long time as long as you take care of it and aren't stupid. Yeah more stuff will break because of more power but that would be the case either way.

And as far as NA vs blown on the Modulars... it isn't even a question that needs to be asked. Our motors REQUIRE boost, period, end of story. Pushrod guys are the ones that have the luxury of dropping in a big cube stroker and making 500-600whp all motor with pump gas without really breaking a sweat. One reason why I have zero clue as to why the 94/95 cars aren't more popular. Updated body/interior over the fox and the pushrod driveline.
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I always laugh at the whole "cool to get those numbers all motor". Its cool... until you roll up next to someone who spent as much or less money than you on a supercharger and is making 100 more hp at the wheels... And is also retaining bone stock drivability and gas mileage too.

As far as engine failure... its all in the tune. A properly tuned supercharged motor will last a long time as long as you take care of it and aren't stupid. Yeah more stuff will break because of more power but that would be the case either way.

And as far as NA vs blown on the Modulars... it isn't even a question that needs to be asked. Our motors REQUIRE boost, period, end of story. Pushrod guys are the ones that have the luxury of dropping in a big cube stroker and making 500-600whp all motor with pump gas without really breaking a sweat. One reason why I have zero clue as to why the 94/95 cars aren't more popular. Updated body/interior over the fox and the pushrod driveline.
+1 +1 and +1 I'd love a 94-95 but there all just trashed around here
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What do u mean by "driveability"? What's so undriveable about it? What's makes it bad? Those heads allow u to rev higher I assume but that doesn't u have to shift at 6050 or 7k or w/e

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I always laugh at the whole "cool to get those numbers all motor". Its cool... until you roll up next to someone who spent as much or less money than you on a supercharger and is making 100 more hp at the wheels... And is also retaining bone stock drivability and gas mileage too.

As far as engine failure... its all in the tune. A properly tuned supercharged motor will last a long time as long as you take care of it and aren't stupid. Yeah more stuff will break because of more power but that would be the case either way.

And as far as NA vs blown on the Modulars... it isn't even a question that needs to be asked. Our motors REQUIRE boost, period, end of story. Pushrod guys are the ones that have the luxury of dropping in a big cube stroker and making 500-600whp all motor with pump gas without really breaking a sweat. One reason why I have zero clue as to why the 94/95 cars aren't more popular. Updated body/interior over the fox and the pushrod driveline.
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Also now that I think about it if heads effect drivability what about ppl with patriot heads? Port n polished pi heads? Is the streetability in their cars gone too? Or is it just these specific heads ur talking about??
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Ok so before this thread dies and I was reading around. So the tfs heads will give me top end power while sacrificing low end torque, thus decreasing streetability. So wouldn't my 4.10 gears more than make up for it? Would this make it street able again?
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Again, NA you will NEVER be able to touch a LS1. I mean you might spend $thousands and beat one... Then the LS1 owner spends not very much money and is faster again.

In the modular world its boost or GTFO. Honestly is you want big NA power its time to move to pushrod land.
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Again, NA you will NEVER be able to touch a LS1. I mean you might spend $thousands and beat one... Then the LS1 owner spends not very much money and is faster again.

In the modular world its boost or GTFO. Honestly is you want big NA power its time to move to pushrod land.
I already understand that last part n that last post was not about the ls1 race but just wondering about heads in general
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A lot of drivability is in the tune and the cams you get.
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tHIS QUESTION IS EASY .... at a car show.. Camaro is an ugly ****ing car
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tHIS QUESTION IS EASY .... at a car show.. Camaro is an ugly ****ing car
That's always what I say when people ask why I got a "god awful slow 2v". Cause it's sexy AF
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That's always what I say when people ask why I got a "god awful slow 2v". Cause it's sexy AF
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Is there a cam (blower or n/a) that will get me to 350 to the wheels or around n/a.?

Blower already planned

This is with full bolt ons
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Is there a cam (blower or n/a) that will get me to 350 to the wheels or around n/a.? Blower already planned This is with full bolt ons
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If you want to beat an LS1 you should swap in an LS3
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If you want to beat an LS1 you should swap in an LS3
Or be dedicated and buy a SC with supporting mods. I haven't met one who can beat me
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Or be dedicated and buy a SC with supporting mods. I haven't met one who can beat me
Then you need to get out more.
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Then you need to get out more.
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Is it reasonable to believe ill be hovering 300 ~310 with bolt ons/cams?
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Is it reasonable to believe ill be hovering 300 ~310 with bolt ons/cams?
With a good tune yes and I don't mean a mail order tune. Also Bama won't tune for cams...

You could do a blower for near the same price as a pair of cams installed and make 400whp though. Just saying. Although if you can find a deal on a set of cams used for $300 and then do the install yourself its a good upgrade.
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Yeah I know about the s/c already ppl on this forum won't let me forget it. It doesn't matter WHAT I'm asking about it always comes back to that lol

But it does always end up being the best option tho
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With a good tune yes and I don't mean a mail order tune. Also Bama won't tune for cams...

You could do a blower for near the same price as a pair of cams installed and make 400whp though. Just saying. Although if you can find a deal on a set of cams used for $300 and then do the install yourself its a good upgrade.
Oh and yeah the reason I'm asking is because I DID find a set of stage 2 comps someone was selling for 300. And install would be done free by my brother who has done this stuff a bunch of times
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I'd jump on that deal but make sure he PROPERLY degrees them when he installs them. Also might have to install those 270s a few degrees retarded to clear, maybe not. Its VERY close with stock pistons/heads and Comp 270s. And then a $600 dyno tune on top of that.
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Oh and yeah the reason I'm asking is because I DID find a set of stage 2 comps someone was selling for 300. And install would be done free by my brother who has done this stuff a bunch of times
**** if you don't buy those I will lol
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