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Old 12-06-2013, 06:07 PM   #1
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Default Hp estimate track time guess and stock driveshaft length

So I'm just curios on estimated hp and track time with these mods
Mac cat back
Specter 100mm intake
Diablo tune
Underdrive pulleys
3.90 gears
Hurst short throw shifter
Mickey Thompson et streets or Hoosier bias plys on 16 inch pony rims 27inch tall
Full eibach suspension

Also what are the estimates with all those plus long tube headers and ***** thumper cam or frpp hot rod cams

Also what's the stock drive shaft length is there a different one I can put in other then an aluminum one I don't really wanna spend 6-800 on a driveshaft

Thanks for all the info
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Old 12-06-2013, 09:25 PM   #2
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I'd say mid to high 12s with around possibly 300 rear wheel hp
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Old 12-07-2013, 12:03 AM   #3
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I'd say a high 12 as it sits, 300-315 rwhp.

With longtubes and cams, maybe 330-350, mid-lower 12s possibly..
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Old 12-07-2013, 12:23 AM   #4
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So I'm just curios on estimated hp and track time with these mods
Mac cat back
Specter 100mm intake
Diablo tune
Underdrive pulleys
3.90 gears
Hurst short throw shifter
Mickey Thompson et streets or Hoosier bias plys on 16 inch pony rims 27inch tall
Full eibach suspension

Also what are the estimates with all those plus long tube headers and ***** thumper cam or frpp hot rod cams

Also what's the stock drive shaft length is there a different one I can put in other then an aluminum one I don't really wanna spend 6-800 on a driveshaft

Thanks for all the info
Just my personal opinions, some of which are based around previously owning an 07 GT and helping build some other friends GT's

Stock RWHP will be between 255-260
The exhaust + CAI + tune should get you back to the 295-297 HP range
Not sure what brand of 3.90 gears you are looking at, but if they are Motive or Yukon, i'd stay away, stick with FRPP gears. For a manual, 3:55 or 3:73's are plenty for the track and DD.
I also wouldn't skimp on the tuner and get the SCT as they are light years ahead of Diablo tuners and a good chunk of the tuners write for the SCT programmer, which makes things easier when it comes to upgrading or re-writing your tunes.
Look into one of the package deals offered by Brenspeed, Steeda, VMP, Lethal or AM.
UDP's may get you 5-10 HP
Long tubes and cams may get you another 20
all in all your looking about 310-320 RWHP, the biggest benefit will be the drag radials, which begs the question...why would you put all of that extra HP into the car and not put in a one-piece drive shaft?
There aren't alot of options, but what you are doing is replacing the 2-piece for a one-piece, which means more transfer of power to the rear wheels.

With this setup and practice and a couple really good launches you should be hitting high to mid 12's. I would expect 12.8's on average, given driver mod and elevation, air density, etc etc
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Old 12-07-2013, 05:39 AM   #5
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in ny, (upstate), I'd say 12.9. would be what you could expect. Run with a Trans Am, lightning
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as it sits now assuming manual trans then you'd be in the 290-310whp area. after cams and longtubes prolly 330-345whp. This past week we did an 05 gt that came in with all the mods you have minus gears, but with a frpp intake manifold. it baselined 312whp, we did stage 2 comps and it made 340 after, stock exhaust manifolds as well. Something to remember the gears do hide a few whp as well, not much but something to consider. As far as times go everyones pretty accurate right now. high 12's currently and most likely mid 12's after headers/cams.

As far as driveshafts a one piece aluminum is your best bet, I didn't think they were 6-800 bucks tho. ones for my car are around 300, only big difference is yours would come with an adapter for the rear end but that shouldn't cost 300 bucks lol.
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Old 12-07-2013, 07:37 PM   #7
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Thanks for all the info and yea idk driveshaft is 600 cheapest I can find my buddy has a 99 and his is only 300. Also can I do I cam with out exhaust without any problems I'm just curious because I'm letting so much air in with my intake that I'm not getting enough out. Also any other bolt ons I'm over looking I think I've looked into everything but maybe not and are 3.90s to steep for a 5 speed
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I think you'll pick up 10-15whp with longtubes, whether or not that's worth it is up to you. On my personal car I have no intentions of doing longtubes. Mod motors dont respond all too well to them and they are both expensive for parts themselves and expensive to have installed. Cams themselves i'd guess 25-35whp. I wouldn't do hot rod cams, they seam to not be worth it at all. I'd stick to a set of comps, or maybe even cms. You dont hear much about cms in the 3valve world but they are pretty popular and seem to do the best in 2v's.
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Old 12-08-2013, 09:31 PM   #9
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Thanks for all the info and bolt ons I'm looking over or any tips for more hp???
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Enjoy it for now and save your pennies for a 5.0 swap
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