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Old 04-28-2012, 01:12 PM   #21
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No, really haven't done enough to it to justify one IMO. Just a lid and exhaust. When I had 3.42 gears I had the speedo and shift points corrected but that's about it (that rear end ultimately took a dump, back to the gay 2.73 rear end). I had a stall but it was just a 2800, not a whole lot different than stock. Someday I 'll tear into this engine and/or spray it and then get a proper tune
A tune should be the first thing you do. No need for a list of mods to tune. Tuned is tuned, regardless of mods. Just have them go ahead and turn off the o2s in case you decide to use an ORY or whatever, but besides that, the tune will be the same with or without bolt-ons. (Cam and heads tuning is different of course)

I ran 12.5 at 110 with a tune, lid, and cat-back (stock 3.23s).
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Old 04-30-2012, 10:53 PM   #22
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tell me about it.. the stock converter was asleep with my V3@10 PSI and MT ET Streets.. even with 4.10s, it felt like a full second after flooring it did anything happen. A full second. Imagine my horror

2.0 60 fts. 12.5@110mph all day long.. sitting at the light everytime!
Yea, vortechs dont help out of the hole with a stock stall.

Back in the day my car had the stock stall with a procharger and still did 2.0 60s...wouldnt really go anywhere out of the hole

I wish I had a true before and after of my 3800 converter on my vortech setup.
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