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The wife just picked one up and were wondering what there honestly putting down.
 

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I know they got a 5 hp and 5 tq increase from the last year. So it's now 510hp and 530tq. Unless it was like that last year as well. I know it used to be 505 and 525. Anyway I dont know exact but I wouldnt expect it to dyno more than 450-460.
 

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I know they got a 5 hp and 5 tq increase from the last year. So it's now 510hp and 530tq. Unless it was like that last year as well. I know it used to be 505 and 525. Anyway I dont know exact but I wouldnt expect it to dyno more than 450-460.
actually it wasnt a power increase. They just use a diffrent SAE correction now. The motor is actually 100% the same as the 05'
 

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drewsrt - about 435 to 440 rwhp is what we saw at our club dyno day a few weeks ago.
 

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thanks,i appreciate it
 

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Im not sure what the actual numbers are (460ish sounds about right) I know when corrected its actually putting down 530hp @ the crank. :readclose
 

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New SAE ratings are 510 and 535 --- 10 up on both ends with the revision.

The motors are super tight, so you will also see a good gain once the car is broken in ( say 4-6,000 miles ). Keep in mind that different Dyno Manufacturers can often show variance among their brands, but I would hang loose for awhile and get the motor broken in before taking it to check.

Keep the rpms under 4,000 for the first 500 miles and a good rule of thumb is to change the oil around 500 miles.

Sincerely,
Bill Pemberton
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