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Old 04-10-2005, 01:13 PM   #11
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5600 on stock Ser 2 L67.
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2300rpm








But I really have no idea since my $28,000 car (1994) did NOT come with a Tach, But Whatever RPM you hit when you shift out of first at 46-48 and second somewhere in the high 80'*.
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Bounced off the limiter last night. Had some traction issues in a turn around 33 MPH.... Felt like a skip shift.
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I've been shifting at 6400 for a little while.
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SER 1 max shift speed should be around 5400 RPM SER 2 should be 6000 (and in both cases yer already outta yer power band by those RPMs...remember these are torque engines not horsepower engines......most modded SER2 L67s have 350+ lbs tq


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I've had it in the yellow zone (around 5500) a few times, but not for more than a few seconds at a time. If I've got a rev limiter, though, I don't think I've hit it yet.
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SER 1 max shift speed should be around 5400 RPM SER 2 should be 6000 (and in both cases yer already outta yer power band by those RPMs...remember these are torque engines not horsepower engines......most modded SER2 L67s have 350+ lbs tq


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I'm not sure if you were talking about L36 engines but heres a dyno of the same cam i've got+milled/ported heads+headers+3800 stall
http://bucky.kicks-***.net/pics/dyno/1badassdyno2.jpg
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I was talking stock cam and rockers
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if you've only gotten 3500 rpms outta it....ur not living lol j/k....and i'm assuming that the 2300 rpms is some type of sick joke????
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6500 on a dyno pull
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