I may have missed some of your previous posts about your complete setup, but I'm reading that your LS ran past 155 mph. I'm surprised that the LS can run that fast....today we did some initial testing with the newly installed 3.2 Torsen diff in the LS "clock"....corners feel great now and speed reading in REAL mph/km (GPS tested):
62 mph (100km) = 2000 rpm
93 mph (150km) = 3000 rpm
124 mph (200km) = 4000 rpm
155 mph (250km) = 5000 rpm
186 mph (300km) = 6000 rpm
217 mph (350km) = 7000rpm
Lineair off course..as said GPS tested !
Engine is tuned till 7000 rpm and with peak power at 5500rpm = 170mph (275) this LS will easily go 200mph once the suspension is upgraded.
Didn't go beyond 140mph because of the broken air suspension, but accelaration is still crazy at those speeds....might not even be full throttle
Would love to see and hear more about the plenum, see some detailed specs, pics, or even hear about the pricing.HungryForInfo,
yes, I think the new intake made a difference...it opened up the potential of the 1UZ above 4500rpm...the increaes in power in that range is significant. The company that made the plenum really did a good job.
It is very nice, but it is no problem for me, I will just make one. As for cams, I will do them after...pricing ?...i think it will be very hard to have something like this made without have the car in your shop...there are so many details in getting this to work.... For example: even though the guy who did the welding is TOP, there still was a leak when testing the manifold in the car etc....
We all know a custom manifold is not cheap, just by getting the right materials etc etc...
First you do the cams with the stock manifold, so you can show us what performance gains that brings you....for sure cheaper than this manifold !
Your car is not 12Volt? Or is there something else I am missing?Can you give me some more info/pics on the electric P/S pump you ran? Part #, etc?
I have been deleting everything I can get away with and almost deleted the P/S system altogether but I would rather convert to 12v. Very interested to convert to 12v!