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Anyone have any REAL dyno numbers for the CM delete plates?

just curious if anyone has any "PROOF" if there is any HP to be had on a stock"ish" 4.6 3V?

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My understanding is you lose power low down/part throttle and may gain a few up high. I wouldn't want to sacrifice that low down power as that is where alot of daily in town driving is. Probably not a great mod for a stockish GT.

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I picked up power across the entire band with mine. Not sure if I have a dyno plot anymore.

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I picked up power across the entire band with mine. Not sure if I have a dyno plot anymore.
any ideas what you gained across and peak?
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I didn't notice any low end lags.


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any ideas what you gained across and peak?
I want to say 5 in the lower registers and about 9 up high.

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I didn't notice any low end lags.
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non for me either and you'd notice some increased power
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I want to say 5 in the lower registers and about 9 up high.
ok great thats the answer i was looking for....now was your engine stock or did it have like heads and cams at the time?
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I asked Brenspeed, they tested it on their GT, and say :
Torque at wide open is not affected. Just some cars at part throttle will experience a loss in low end but not at wide open throttle. They do not cause noises, vibrations, or anything that customers have not liked. Most cars pick up around 6 rwhp and for the money that is a good gain.

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ok great thats the answer i was looking for....now was your engine stock or did it have like heads and cams at the time?
That was with an earlier set of Stage 1 cams and the usual boltons.

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That was with an earlier set of Stage 1 cams and the usual boltons.
Exactly how many stages of withdrawals have you put your car threw :hihi:

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Exactly how many stages of withdrawals have you put your car threw :hihi:
I'd rather not relive that.

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