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Stock motor 1G Plymouth Laser AWD 544whp SAE corrected

Took Wilder Garriga's stock motor/head gasket 35R powered Laser AWD back to the Dyno for some tuning on the new cams and dual pump setup. Only changes was adding a 2nd Walbro 255HP pump and dropping in HKS 272 cams with Crower single springs and retainers. Boost was left the same at 30psi for both Dyno sessions. Massive gains for just some cams and tuning heh? Car picked up 75whp and 64 ft-lbs of torque with uncorrected #'s. Picked up 73whp and 61 ft-lbs of torque with SAE corrected #'s. SAE corrected Dyno sheet attached, uncorrected #'s were 558.77whp and 435.03 ft-lbs of torque.


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