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Old 12-01-2006, 11:36 PM   #1
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What what a l67 in good running condition make at the front wheels stock......series 1 that is........namely for my Park Avenue
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I'm not sure but I know its in the owners manual if you still have it.
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Nah, it wouldn't be in the owners manual, he'* asking for numbers that people have measured with their stock cars. Maybe willwren knows some?
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Why wouldn't it? Thats how they measured it at the factory. I know my Olds manual lists the Hp & Torque specs for each engine but then we only had the one tranny to deal with.
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Why wouldn't it? Thats how they measured it at the factory. I know my Olds manual lists the Hp & Torque specs for each engine but then we only had the one tranny to deal with.





no.




It will list the rating from the factory at the crank. However the numbers will vary greatly since a dyno pulls the numbers at the wheel.


If I had to guess I'd guess the gen 1 series one l67s are 170ish.

gen 2 or 3 whatever are probably in the 180 something range

sheer guess, but I'm not aware of anyone who has dynoed a stock series 1
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SSEi95 has.
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SSEi95 has.

oh yeah I forgot that one.


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If you stop video 2 at about 32 sec into it, you can see the screen on the Dyno machine and see that run 1 (not printed out) actually got 193.3hp. Run 1 was thrown out becase it hit the govenor too soon and couldn't get a full readung, but you can see which way it was going. Just so you know, the first run was in 3rd, the last two were both held in 2nd.

But keep in mind that Gordy had a 2.5 pulley.....So thats 2-3lbs of extra boost...So 180 might be accurate as I mentioned.
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225hp, 260tq at the crank. Minus 20% or so.
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225hp, 260tq at the crank
must....

resist....

correction....

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My dyno run peaked just under 200 on one run, but that run had issues and we couldn't verify that number. I was actually looking for torque numbers that day, but the dyno was acting up and didn't spit any out. My SSEi felt like a torque monstor ore than a hp one.

I also had a 3" exhaust, CAI, 2.5 pulley, MSD coils all installed at the time.
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