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    see sig for new times..


    I'm still tuning, once i get the AFR's in order and timing set right very low 13's should happen.. switching to a larger TB as well.. the 65mm isn't cutting it anymore...

    i dropped from a 13.88 to a 13.73 by leaning out the AFR's above 4800 RPM.. and they're still rich @ 12.2

    Tuning on the fly in the staging lanes is a blast!
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    Man nice job. On a built motor like that I've seen people with a splash of race gas lean to 13.0 or higher... Depending on your bottom end.

    You have much room for improvment, and not that those times are anything to scoff at, at all.

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    Sweet ride...Just to be curious, about how much did all of that motor work cost you???
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    I'm not a man who is often in disbelief

    but I read your build list page and was flabbergasted

    Now I'm back to thinking about manual tranny-ing my G6, again!

    Nice work. Sounds like you know what you're doing, technically.

    Newbiestyle should pay you for work on his G6! Now that you've done it once.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDRtech
    I'm not a man who is often in disbelief

    but I read your build list page and was flabbergasted

    Now I'm back to thinking about manual tranny-ing my G6, again!

    Nice work. Sounds like you know what you're doing, technically.

    Newbiestyle should pay you for work on his G6! Now that you've done it once.......
    I've been thinking about that too. I wonder if the 6spd would bolt up good to the 3.5lx9.

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    It sure would, however due to the old style engine managment you would have some issues with the PCM.
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    new dyno numbers from my LX9

    thats awesome man i was just wishing last nite when i got home from the dyno that we had a section like this so i could post up some numbers from my friends car. hopefully i can get my car together soon and then get my own numbers up here too

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