Turbo 5.3 LM7 1986 third gen trans am dyno pull - 563 RWHP/ 546 RWTQ at 11 PSI

Recent Dyno pull while getting tuned on 11 PSI. This was the last and best pull during the tune. Car made 563 rwhp and 546 rwtq with a turbonetics T76 turbo. Stock bottom end 5.3, 317 heads, LS6 cam and valve springs, LS6 intake, and home built turbo kit. Running 93 octane pump gas. Car will make an easy 600+ rwhp on 14 PSI.

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