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Old 08-13-2013, 11:32 AM   #1
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12-13 gt500 bolt on power level?

Hi, I am interested in knowing was is the max HP that a 2012 gt500 can get to with bolt ons and also what max numbers can you get with bolt ons as well on a 2013-14 gt500? Thanks in advance!
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Old 08-14-2013, 12:40 AM   #2
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Depends on your definition of bolt ons cause technically a supercharger upgrade is a "bolt on" but just "minor" bolt ons <2012=550-580rwhp 2013/14=650-700rwhp before fuel stuff is needed and internals need upgraded
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Depends on your definition of bolt ons cause technically a supercharger upgrade is a "bolt on" but just "minor" bolt ons <2012=550-580rwhp 2013/14=650-700rwhp before fuel stuff is needed and internals need upgraded
Thanks man, that was exactly the answer I was looking for. Those 13s are incredible.
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U can get 580+ on a 07-09 with "minor" bolt ons
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Depends on your definition of bolt ons cause technically a supercharger upgrade is a "bolt on" but just "minor" bolt ons <2012=550-580rwhp 2013/14=650-700rwhp before fuel stuff is needed and internals need upgraded
Wait a minute, aren't the numbers 550bhp and 662bhp stock?
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U can get 580+ on a 07-09 with "minor" bolt ons
Well with exhaust, pulley, cai, and a good tune 580 is possible most see 550 but the 2010-2012 see about 20 more than the 07-09...



OP the pre 2013 gt500s can achieve the 650-700 with simply a cai, tune, & 2013 tvs supercharger which will cost you a total of $4500 including install so weigh that in your decision if your thinking a 2012 vs 2013 cause you can find 2012 gt500s under 50k and can't find a 2013-2014 under 60k so with the 10k difference you can have a faster car that is otherwise very similar
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My 09 went 603-633 with simple bolt ons
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Which bolt ons
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Intake, upper pulley, lower pulley, headers, clutch, tune
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stock supercharger no porting???
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Stock eaton
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There's no way....not without porting the stock supercharger
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No way??
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Is that STD not SAE, which will always ready higher?
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There's the proof.. 603rwhp 633flbtq.. Simple bolt ons, stock blower.. Don't believe it call the number on the sheet and ask Dan he's the owner
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Most agree that std to SAE is around 5% which will put you at 572 rwhp
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I made over that with a upper pulley and tune
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Take a better picture so I can see the whole dyno sheet
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I don't know where it's at right now that's why I took a picture of it.
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Was it STD or SAE? because it looks like it was STD because it says that in the top right corner but if you made that much "SAE" you probably have the highest hp that anyone has ever produced with your car (with your mods) because even Vmp (one of the top builders of gt500s) only made 560rwhp on your mods
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I know what the car made, I was there.. Dan is one of the best if not the best tuner on the east coast. Life doesn't revolve around BAMA and diablo sport and "free tunes 4 life". Like I said if it eats u up that bad call the number and talk to him.
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Why are you not answering the question...I am not calling you a liar just asking if it was std or sae

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Your so defensive....calm down
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Why are you not answering the question...I am not calling you a liar just asking if it was std or sae

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Your so defensive....calm down
Yeah don't get defensive. It's just your bolt ons added to stock don't appear to match what you show you ended up with. Did you leave out the nitrous?
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Yeah don't get defensive. It's just your bolt ons added to stock don't appear to match what you show you ended up with. Did you leave out the nitrous?
U can call the number too
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U can call the number too
And what would that prove? That a guy who you paid and gave you a report saying your car produced X hp somehow isn't going to say it produced that hp? No one is saying the guy didn't hand you that dyno report; were questioning the accuracy of the dyno. Why? Cuz if this guy can really do that consistently, he'd put Team Shelby out of business.

Tell ya what, go to any other dyno right now, produce the same results with a witness from this forum watching and Ill send you a case of beer of your choice. Deal?
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What the hell did ur car make? And ur tuner?? BAMA lmao
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What the hell did ur car make? And ur tuner?? BAMA lmao
Fourteen bazillion! Hang on I'll make a chart that says so and when you don't believe me I'll give you a number to call, which is actually my brother-in-law and he'll also tell you it had fourteen bazillion horsepower! At the wheels!

I'm not claiming my car has more or less than your. I'm not twelve. But as a degreed mechanical engineer I can tell you that to produce the results you claim require changing the laws of physics. Or making a lot more mods than you claim.

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Fourteen bazillion! Hang on I'll make a chart that says so and when you don't believe me I'll give you a number to call, which is actually my brother-in-law and he'll also tell you it had fourteen bazillion horsepower! At the wheels!

I'm not claiming my car has more or less than your. I'm not twelve. But as a degreed mechanical engineer I can tell you that to produce the results you claim require changing the laws of physics. Or making a lot more mods than you claim.

Bye bye
So ur an engineer that explains ur lack of common sense.. Dumbest smart kid on the block. U should know then that sae is the standard and correction factor for emission based vehicles in California. Use ur engineering degree and look at my profile to see I don't live in California nor give a **** about California's correction factor. I gave u my dyno sheet, and tuners number also for proof. Call or don't.. Doesn't matter. Ur just another forum rat sniffing BAMA's butt wishing ur car made what a pro dyno car did.
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So ur an engineer that explains ur lack of common sense.. Dumbest smart kid on the block. U should know then that sae is the standard and correction factor for emission based vehicles in California. Use ur engineering degree and look at my profile to see I don't live in California nor give a **** about California's correction factor. I gave u my dyno sheet, and tuners number also for proof. Call or don't.. Doesn't matter. Ur just another forum rat sniffing BAMA's butt wishing ur car made what a pro dyno car did.
Pay attention dip ****. I don't live in California and wasn't the one who mentioned SAE or a correction factor. But basic math can add up the theoretical max output and you ain't close. And as defensive as you are, we all know you don't believe it either.
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Pay attention dip ****. I don't live in California and wasn't the one who mentioned SAE or a correction factor. But basic math can add up the theoretical max output and you ain't close. And as defensive as you are, we all know you don't believe it either.
It's more or less the fact I can't believe someone gave u an engineering degree. It doesn't matter anyway.. I have the sheet.. I know what the car made.... Hate if ur car won't make that much..
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Who cares what a dyno says? You can manipulate dyno numbers and all read differently. The proof is in track times. I've taken out many a blower swap gt500 in my ported eaton 03.
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It's more or less the fact I can't believe someone gave u an engineering degree. It doesn't matter anyway.. I have the sheet.. I know what the car made.... Hate if ur car won't make that much..
Yeah Purdue University isn't known for engineering or anything. Whatever. Believe what you want. A pretty graph is much more impressive than actual physics and math. But don't try to tell others they can duplicate it because they can't
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Who cares what a dyno says? You can manipulate dyno numbers and all read differently. The proof is in track times. I've taken out many a blower swap gt500 in my ported eaton 03.
More variables play into track time than dyno numbers. Air consumption, fuel consumption, and volumetric efficiency and driveline loss is the real way to tell anything.. U can get the boiler maker to help u with that I hear he has an engineering degree.
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I will chime in and say there are factory freaks. 1 in a million have outstanding results vs all of the other engines. This could be the factor.

Now before this thread gets shut down, can we get back to the OP's original topic. Thanks
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