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Old 10-26-2005, 12:24 AM   #11
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alright lol how about non cheap way.... assuming my tranny is up to par what would my next mod be for performance?
you would have to do some porting and polshing, and some vavletrain work
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Is that kind of work difficult to do and does anyone think a G tech meter is a good investment?
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300 HP at the wheels with a S1? Nope prob. never.
Looking at the S2 guys you'd prob. need a full IC, headers, 1:9.1 Rockers/cam and you would still prob. fall short.
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hhmmmm allright so illstick with what i got and maybe a couple more mods
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I disagree with Blazin to a point.

With METICULOUS care and patience, a Series 1 can be made to put that power down without an IC.

It'll require:

1. Factory Service Manuals and a DAMN good tuneup
2. A GOOD scantool
3. The basics; pulley, drilled 180 stat, GOOD intake/cai, and a WELL planned exhaust
4. A cam or rockers (cam preferred)
5. Ported EM'*
6. Laborious porting and polishing on the top end
7. PCM (Jet may not be good enough)
8. At LEAST a new OEM fuel pump
9. A VERY GOOD high-performance trans build designed to prevent drivetrain loss
10. A little bit of luck that you started with a tight motor to begin with
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haha well willren how much do you have going to the wheels estimate?
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One Billion Horsepower. Name the movie.

And if I'm wrong, at least it still looks good.
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I disagree with Blazin to a point.

With METICULOUS care and patience, a Series 1 can be made to put that power down without an IC.

It'll require:

1. Factory Service Manuals and a DAMN good tuneup
2. A GOOD scantool
3. The basics; pulley, drilled 180 stat, GOOD intake/cai, and a WELL planned exhaust
4. A cam or rockers (cam preferred)
5. Ported EM'*
6. Laborious porting and polishing on the top end
7. PCM (Jet may not be good enough)
8. At LEAST a new OEM fuel pump
9. A VERY GOOD high-performance trans build designed to prevent drivetrain loss
10. A little bit of luck that you started with a tight motor to begin with
I'd love to see a Series 2 make 300 at the wheels with the stuff listed above let alone a Series 1...

I never said it couldn't make good power... But 300HP at the wheels - It better be a big cam, crazy porting to the heads, a '94-'95 SC, 115 leaded gas, and a zillion dyno tune hours... But Will if you can/will make 300 WHP non IC'd more power to ya!
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Hey did anyone else see the title of this thred: '300 Hp ot the wheels?'
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Originally Posted by willwren
I disagree with Blazin to a point.

With METICULOUS care and patience, a Series 1 can be made to put that power down without an IC.

It'll require:

1. Factory Service Manuals and a DAMN good tuneup*
2. A GOOD scantool*
3. The basics; pulley, drilled 180 stat, GOOD intake/cai, and a WELL planned exhaust*
4. A cam or rockers (cam preferred)
5. Ported EM'**
6. Laborious porting and polishing on the top end*
7. PCM (Jet may not be good enough)*
8. At LEAST a new OEM fuel pump*
9. A VERY GOOD high-performance trans build designed to prevent drivetrain loss*
10. A little bit of luck that you started with a tight motor to begin with
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Just a tad of topic but thats the plan your following isn't it. All the stars I put in are the ones you did and I know you have a cam waiting also.

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Just stick with DrJay, willwren, llBlazin_llLo and the others here. they'll lead the way. Sorry I can't add anything to this but I just got a series 1 l67 myself so I know what your striving for.
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