'99 FRC Corvette - Far From Stock
'06 Silver R/T R&T Fully Loaded [SOLD]
->FRI'd with Street/Strip Heads + Scud Camshaft<- CTP Spacers + 09 Eagle Manifold
-FRI Custom Stepped LT Headers--Getrag 3.06 LSD--DIABLOsport Predator--Powerbond 25% Underdrive Pulley--ProTorque 2800
-FRI PolyMounts--GSM Cold Air Intake--180Tstat--RTJunkieNOESP--MoparTCM--PEDDERS Touring Kit--Billet Tech Throttle Body
Best ET: 12.490 sec @ 113.58 mph +400 DA, 4000 RaceWeight
Actually I mis-spoke. We are going to be putting Pac 1218 on these heads
2012 Mopar 12 Chrysler 300
1964 Dodge Polara
542 Big Block
MSD Atomic EFI
4L80 Automatic w 3000 Stall
AJE tubular k member and coil over suspension
2010 Charger SRT: Kenne Bell 2.8LC, SLP LM1s PB 11.88@118
HEMI Registry #1522 http://www.lxforums.com/board/f76/6-1l-hemi-registry-1522-mclarengts-257554/
2010 Challenger SRT: SLP LM1s
2007 SRT: SOLD #1447 http://www.lxforums.com/board/f76/6-1l-hemi-registry-1447-mclarengts-238320/
HORSEPOWER IS A LIFESTYLE !!
PAC 1218's are a very respectable sub .600 lift spring. Our cars don't require .600 plus lift to make power.
what cam are you running?
what rev limit?
springs are easy to change on a bench if you havent put them on yet... i would say 200$ is good insurance on your entire longblock to upgrade to PACs or PSI springs
We got the heads on and tested and the gains were about what we expected to see. It wasn't apples to apples because we had to dyno the car elsewhere (our dyno is broke
The car picked up 35 to the tires and about 40 foot pounds of torque. The test vehicle was 2007 charger srt8 with a 218/218 cam. Pretty small cam really and didn't maximize the potential of the heads. I am having a set done up for my car in the next week or so. I hopefully have a set out at the all texas event for folks to "fondle"
I can probably do a set at a discount for someone if you want to be an early adopter and report back with before and after dyno sheets on the same dyno.