My car has 3.27's According to the G-meter I'm only a second faster than my brothers 2.5Liter I6 BMW.Aaron K. said:I wouldnt rely to much on those G-tech times. I ran 15.1s with my 02 Exploder motor my first time at the track. At the time I had the stock TC, stock 3.27s, stock TB, stock downtubes and primary cats (true dual from the rear o2s back), stock MAF, stock tune, J-mod and Steeda UD pulleys. That TC in your car is worth up to .4 and you probably have 3.08 gears? I'd say your car is good for low 15s - high 14s. Get it to the track before you get dissapointed
I have the PI cams and PI intake on my stock NPI heads, and i'm very impressed thus far. I'm throwing in the FRPP pumpkin very soon and possibly a few other things.96 GoldBird said:
Now that the PI intake is an option for the NPI engine, putting that on with some PI cams is a good way to go. The NPI heads aren't that bad, the NPI cams are kinda weak, and it's the NPI intake that's the cork.
You're probably right, but comparing that set up to his is like apples to onions, the Bullitt is a big air flow advantage and there is full point more compression with that set up.... that is major...mercoug302 said:And correct me if I'm wrong (and I just might be), but didn't the "Bullitbird" dyno close to 250 rwhp with a totally stock NPI shortblock with unported PI gear plus a Bullit intake and tune and ran solid 13's?
Exactly.timb said:I'll add one more thought. Regardless of the "number" are you happy with how the car drives now....more throttle response.....quicker revs...etc. If the answer is yes then nothing else matters.