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Default 09-24-2019, 01:57 PM

We're going to do two rounds of dyno testing. First test with with our 2016 Z06 running a mild 91 octane tune, 2.3" upper pulley, as the only mods. Next round of testing will be with our newly purchased C7 ZR1!

We strapped the car down at SpecialtyZ (a 3rd party dynojet) and did 3 runs in each configuration with similar cool down between them. Configuration 1 was the GM airbox and GM filter. Configuration 2 was the GM airbox and new BMS drop in filter for GM airbox. And finally configuration 3 was with the factory C7 airbox and the original BMS drop in filter.

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