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I had my 2010 ss auto and the dyno results were 303.1 [email protected] 6211 rpm with [email protected] rpm, 1st pull, 2nd pull 307.0 HP @ 6191 rpm and torq 276.6 @ 4621 rpm. I bought this car used, has 20000 miles and no mods. Looks low results, was hoping to be at 330hp. Put on a Halltech Cold air today, will be putting on aflowmaster 3" cat back this thursday. Think its possible to get to 390 hp with these 2 mods and a custom tune? Any one know a good shop in OKC? Thanks
 

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Those #'s definitely seem low. There's no way you're going to see 390hp w/ those mods if those baseline #'s are accurate....but I doubt they are. Is your car an early vin#? Might want to try the fuse pull since it's an A6 (do a quick search, there's a thread on it).
 

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let me guess, you had it dynoed at XP Racing???

i had mine dynoed there, and it was 15 hp less than when i had it dynoed elsewhere.

you'll see about 345hp with the intake and exhaust, about 370hp with long tube headers, and about 405hp with a mild VVT cam.
 

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If it was a mustang dyno, I dyno about 35 RWHP less on them compare to a Dynojet.

When I first did all the bolt ons to my car, I didnt notice much of a differance, but when I did my first cam, the car really woke up.

The heads on these car flow great. You shouldnt even think about aftermarket heads !

A cam, intake, and headers, and you'll own a new car. I recenty tuned a C6 LS3 with a cam on 231/237 and headers with an intake, and **** that car was powerful.

I also recently did a L99 with an intake and headers, and I was suprised how well it responded to tuning. The A6 transmission get about 175 tables changed and takes about an hour and a half longer than the A4s
 
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