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Re: Is 415 rwhp / 452 rwtq average for \'01 RT/10?

Those numbers are right where they should be. No problems.
 

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Re: Is 415 rwhp / 452 rwtq average for \'01 RT/10?

Snakester said:
Looks a bit better than average for a newer model. Anything over 390RWHP is normal. 415RWHP is healthy for bone stock. /images/graemlins/toothy
Wow, 25 rwhp is a pretty big difference. And these are SAE hp/tq numbers. Pretty cool!

I need to borrow a set of drag radials from someone and see what this bitch will run on sticky tires. My Z06 on ET Streets ran 11.37 last December and it only put down 385 rwhp. The Viper has 30 more hp but is a bit heavier. Anyone think this snake has 11.2s in her on sticky tires and in negative DA air?

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Re: Is 415 rwhp / 452 rwtq average for \'01 RT/10?

Paul -

Where did you dyno???

Are those SAE #s?

That is one FAST Z06.

Howard
 

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Re: Is 415 rwhp / 452 rwtq average for \'01 RT/10?

Howard,

I dynoed the Viper at Cartek (Garwood, NJ) who is very busy right now making my Z06 even FASTER!! :nod:

Paul

PS You should have come to MIR this past Saturday for the Vette vs Viper shootout.
 

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Re: Is 415 rwhp / 452 rwtq average for \'01 RT/10?

good numbers. a perfect canidate for immediate and thorough upgrades /images/graemlins/toothy
 
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