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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-22-2010, 10:56 PM Thread Starter

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Dyno Day in Socal

Hello! I dyno'd the bullitt yesterday at a dyno day in socal at RET tuning. Best run was 298.39HP/ 296.18 torgue. The only mod I have is detroit rockers - everything else is stock. What do you think?

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Looking good and the numbers look good to me.


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Nice, those cams gave you a gain of 30 H/P give or take a buck.

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Nice numbers for an otherwise stock install and a great baseline for the Rockers. Thanks
I was wondering how they feel to you...
a) Do you notice any difference when blasting off from a dead stop?
b) Where do you start to feel the difference in power?
c) How does it act now in slow traffic?
d) How noticable is the difference in sound over stock?

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Hey Wheelman

a)b)You can feel them come on after about 3K RPM, not dramatic, but noticeable power increase
c) driveability is as they advertise, like stock, so in traffic all is good
d) as for sound you can hear a low pulsating thump/lope and you can feel them literally rock the car, it would be louder if i had an aftermarket exhaust

Hope that helps a little.
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Hey Wheelman

a)b)You can feel them come on after about 3K RPM, not dramatic, but noticeable power increase
c) driveability is as they advertise, like stock, so in traffic all is good
d) as for sound you can hear a low pulsating thump/lope and you can feel them literally rock the car, it would be louder if i had an aftermarket exhaust

Hope that helps a little.
That helps alot! Many thanks and enjoy the cams.

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Nice numbers, I am told that when your tq = hp that your dyno results are "square" which is a end result that a lot of people wish they had.
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I know this an old thread. But im from socal and want to add the rockers to the bullitt. But I have heard that CA smog tests will not allow the cams to pass. Anything would be appreiciated
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I know this an old thread. But im from socal and want to add the rockers to the bullitt. But I have heard that CA smog tests will not allow the cams to pass. Anything would be appreiciated
Suggestion .........

Look up to see what other States have the same Federal Emissions Testing as California.

(Come back and list those States)

Then it might be possible that either myself or another member might know someone in one of those States that are running those cams.


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