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wat are the past ecotec motors producing in HP? be realistic no "I herd of a guy with a friend stuff...."
Sounds like that would be a nice combo, 100 shot alone should shave off around a secondcobaltssblue said:sweet my plans will be a pulley to get the boost to 17-20psi, header and hiflo cat then 3' exhaust w/ 3' inlet and dual 2.5" out. a zex 75-100 shot, tokico d- spec shox and springs w/ hodhotchkis sway bars. center force 3 disk clutch and BGF drag radials and 17" bbs 14LB. wheels...... should do 12's it will take 2 years to get it all built that way with money comming slowly ..
What kind of turbo are you running? Are you running stock fuel? I guess not from being too rich.REDRUM03 said:the ecotec can handle up to 285hp before the rods snap. i'm running a turbo on my eco and it seems to love boost. i'm having tuning issues as of right now, so i haven't been past 5 psi. i'm throwing codes for running too rich, so i'm going to have to look into dumping my fmu for a greddy e-manage.
I'm running an intercooled T3/T04B set up. I've got an FMU and Inline fuel pump along with 310cc injectors. I'm looking into upgrading the intank pump and getting either the apexi s-afc version 2 or greddy e-manage to help tune better.Pablo said:What kind of turbo are you running? Are you running stock fuel? I guess not from being too rich.
3" cat-back is worthless, and can even hurt performance unless you are in the 300+whp rangecobaltssblue said:sorrry my e-mail was down yesterday. i was looking for was to see how much a stock motor can take? 50 shot 100 shot? 10psi 15psi? with the stock bottom and the standard up grades 3" cat back and cai.