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post #1 of 10 Old 04-18-2009, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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Dyno: Magnacharged 2009 G8 GXP

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Last night we had Chris' (GTPPrix) 2009 G8 GXP on the dyno. The car is a 6-speed manual with less than 1,000 miles. The only modifications were a Magnacharger MP 1900 Supercharger and Rotofab CAI.

Preliminary numbers were 552 RWHP / 496 RWTQ. We supply 60 lb. injectors with all of the kits we sell, but the car ran out of fuel pump. After the new pump is installed we'll be back on the dyno for more power
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Joe, those are impressive numbers to say the least! I love the amount of torque early in the power band and that hp curve just keeps climbing! Would a Boost-A-Pump work to help with the extra fuel demand? I'm not sure if they're looking at a volume or a pressure issue?

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Mmmm... Tasty!

Do we know anything about the fuel pump in the Camaro?
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****ed nice numbers. Any opinions on the Magnacharger? I don't know anything about them, including how much they cost.
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**** nice numbers for sure. Another 4 door that will blow the doors off your average street car. I've heard nothing but good things about the Maggie's. They are popular for GTO's.

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Sweet almost as good as a CTS-V/LSA

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Maggies are a great way to go. You can't beat the instant torque that they give you. There is a down side to that though....traction. Some true GTO racers tend would argue not to use the Maggie as a first option due to traction issues caused by the instant torque and the lack of rubber that you can fit under the GTO. But for each one of those there is another that is running very well with them. But they sure do make for a lot of fun regardless on the street. You have to love that whine!!

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holy crap! that's AWESOME! Chris (GTPPrix) is one crazy guy. i know him from the GTO forum, and i met him at the Camaro unveil... he's definitely got the sickness that only more horsepower can cure



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Wow, nice numbers!

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Maggies are a great way to go. You can't beat the instant torque that they give you. There is a down side to that though....traction. Some true GTO racers tend would argue not to use the Maggie as a first option due to traction issues caused by the instant torque and the lack of rubber that you can fit under the GTO. But for each one of those there is another that is running very well with them. But they sure do make for a lot of fun regardless on the street. You have to love that whine!!
The new MP2300 is supposed to be quieter than the 1900s with the same or similar output. If that will fit the Camaro, it seems to be the best option. I would need to save up a couple of years to afford one though.
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