Join Date: May 2014
Location: Phoenix Arizona
What I want to see was a real modded 15 vs a an older model to see if like mods above a 3mod would show bigger numbers. I mean the numbers that have been shown are good for a big 3 build, but what about a big bore all modded out, or a stroker build, or a turbo build. Thats the data I would like to see. For alot of us, we look past the simple big 3 deal so what are the real gains past that? If I had all the mods I have on mine but on a 15 motor with a single setup would it make 78hp at the wheels? Would it make 85? Would it make 65? Thats the real data that I have yet to see anyone share. Im sure its out there but usually when things dont go the way you want them, you arent as quick to put that out on the street. Just from my thoughts on things, I see a 15 motor making more torque with same mods as say a 14, but making less hp in exchange. The one exhaust will create more back pressure in turn creating more torque, but sacrificing the exhaust flow you need to make bigger hp #'s. If somebody has the data to disprove my theory, I would love to see it!
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