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Old 08-31-2009, 03:03 PM   #1
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horsepower question

Can anyone tell me what horsepower to expect from a vortec t-trim, ported heads, full bassani exhst., 42lb inj., single blade intake, ported intake, and C&L meter? This is on a 98 cobra.
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Maybe Tom can give you a number or Dan from Pro-Dyno?
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Do you know how much boost ?
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Can anyone tell me what horsepower to expect from a vortec t-trim, ported heads, full bassani exhst., 42lb inj., single blade intake, ported intake, and C&L meter? This is on a 98 cobra.
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Old 09-01-2009, 10:25 PM   #4
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Can anyone tell me what horsepower to expect from a vortec t-trim, ported heads, full bassani exhst., 42lb inj., single blade intake, ported intake, and C&L meter? This is on a 98 cobra.
Not sure but I can tell you how much I made.

'97 Cobra with FMS shorty headers, Bassani off-road X and Catback, ported heads, blower cams, 16 psi on a Vortech S-trim with 42 lbs injectors and a 4:1 FMU......570 rwhp at 6700rpm.

The T-trim stock? (pulley, power pipe, etc..). I'd say you'd probably be in the low 500's rwhp...maybe just touching 500 (upper upper 400s).

Stock T-trim vs. Stock S-trim there isn't a large power difference....however the T-trim is much more efficient and will create more power at similar boost levels.
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However, it seems people keep warning that over 400 rwhp the engine needs strengthening...right? I am at 400 rwhp with 5# boost on my V-2 SQ and the 3.6" pulley.
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