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The car is bone stock other than weld in flows, and a CAI.....

We took it to the dyno today, and made just two pulls on a totally heat soaked engine (drove about 50 miles or so before, and made the pulls immediatly after we got there).....
All numbers are SAE corrected...

First Run: 387rwhp 378rwtq

Second Run: 384rwhp 375rwtq


So whats the ticket to 400rwhp other than a pulley?
 

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97white46gt said:
The car is bone stock other than weld in flows, and a CAI.....

We took it to the dyno today, and made just two pulls on a totally heat soaked engine (drove about 50 miles or so before, and made the pulls immediatly after we got there).....
All numbers are SAE corrected...

First Run: 387rwhp 278rwtq

Second Run: 384rwhp 275rwtq


So whats the ticket to 400rwhp other than a pulley?
I assume you meant 378/375rwtq not 278/275. Try a search over at SVTPerformance.com. There are so many different 03 Cobra combo's to look at over there for a comparison.

What was your air-fuel like? Just changing that might give you the extra horses to reach the 400rwhp mark on even a heat soaked engine. A chip, the Predator, or the Afterburner could alter your air-fuel for that extra power.
 

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Very nice numbers! now go for the Offroad H.
 

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97white46gt said:
Does anyone know if an O/R H from say a 2000 GT would fit on this car, or not?
Most likely not, When you get a new midpipe it usually comes in two seperate pieces that are welded together at the crossover after they bolt both pieces up to the headers. It would be a pain getting it to line up with your current catback and headers more than likely. If price is an issue, Mac sells decently priced midpipes.
I got good price from speed concepts for my Offroad H.

http://www.speedconcepts.net/MAC_Exhaust_Parts.htm
 

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The reason I ask is we bought one from a local speed shop for pretty cheap that happend to fit on a 00 GT.... That pipe is long gone with the car, but we can get another one locally from the same shop for pretty cheap, and it is two separate pieces...
 

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If its brand new, fitment shouldnt be a problem then.
 

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Re: Re: 03 Dyno numbers, What do you think?

hj16 said:
Get a real Cat Back and a mid pipe. You'll be around 410rwhp then.

Have fun with the new car:)
I agree <<The Cobra Stock Catbach is very restrictive...Mufflers help but the pipeing on The Stock Cobra is terrible..
 

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Re: Re: 03 Dyno numbers, What do you think?

hj16 said:
Get a real Cat Back and a mid pipe. You'll be around 410rwhp then.

Have fun with the new car:)
I agree and just did this. Went to the dyno today and made 405rwhp, 379rwtq.

Mods are....Steeda CAI, Mac prochamber, Borla Stinger.
 
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