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Old 01-30-2006, 08:43 AM   #1
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anyone have every bolton available for the SVT?

i'm just curious about how much tq/hp and an approximate quarter mile time with

intake
rt cat
TB
UDP
STS
coil pack and wires
cam gear
tune
and any other bolton i'm forgetting (besides catback)

is there anyone here with all possible boltons for the SVT and no internal work done that know what the numbers are for it? or could give an educated guess


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If everything is done right, I would say with:

intake, highflow cat, tb, udp, cam gear: +20 whp peak

With those mods you will probably see a good increase power after the DSI kicks in

add the tune and your probably looking at +25 whp roughly but the low end torque is going to really help your bottom end.

Looking at a dyno though you probably won't notice much hp gain from the tune, its all about the bottom end torque. So on the track its probably the best bolt on, but on the dyno if you just want numbers its only going to help.

Im kind of rusty, the svt averages about 150 whp right? I just remember knowing that with all bolt ons you couldn't hit 200whp. Oh and the STS you mentioned isn't goign to show up on the dyno [thumbup].

Anyone with hard facts can add, remember I dont even own the car anymore :( lol.
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Ok yea a bit under 150 whp stock. And clearly I'm rusty, either that or I'm on too many other forums because I couldn't even remember how to do the thumbsup emote. And if you remember any of my posts, i used that emote in just about every one!
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thanks for the response. i was thinking maybe in the 180s hopefully? also i mentioned STS cuz it would help with faster shifts for the quarter mile.
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Well if you want to talk track times then. With a good launch and all of the bolt ons, you should run around 3/4 to 1 second faster in the quarter mile. Most people run 15.5ish stock so high 14's. Those with factory freaks or really good track conditions can run 15 flat stock. And obviously tires are extremely important.
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well

we dyno at 160 at the wheels with open exhaust, tb, cam gear etc....
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lol yeah i said hp-tq and quarter mile times. it's ok you must have missed it. yeah i was guessing mid 14s which isn't too bad at all i don't think. am i missing any boltons to the list??
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I don't see cai /cat-back.
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i put down SRI=short ram intake, that's what i have on. also cat back i said in my first post "besides catback". that's one mod i'd prolly NOT do, just the rt cat.

one thing i'm looking forward to which is a lil more extensive is the camshafts coming for the SVT! can't wait to see the gains for that mod! i think it was estimated at 10hp to the wheels across the whole entire rpm range.
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still in the works. I've been waiting too.
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