|The dry sump allows the car to be a true front midship, kind of like the S2000. The engine is mounted several inches lower and further rearward than Dai Yoshihara’s all conquering Falken S13. You can see that the front wheel centerline is in front of the #1 spark plug! The weight distribution is 52/48. We figure that this should be one good handling car! We have serious dry sump envy.|
|The Holley HP EFI system sit on a bracket welded to the the roll cage. Jordan Innovations did all of the wiring. It is easy to get the the ECU’s ports here for tuning.|
|The Holley is fast and easy to tune. The car was fully tuned in less than an hour at Westech.|
|Westech uses a Superflow dyno like our technical partner Technosquare. Superflows read a bit lower than the more common Dynojet.|
|Matt’s car on the dyno getting tuned.|
|The result, 563 Hp and 561 lb/ft of torque. Not bad for a basically stock LS7 with mild bolt ons. Over 300 lb/ft of torque from around 3300 rpm to 7100. Look at the wide and flat power and torque curves. That is a lot of area under the curve. It’s flat linear and usable power. No wonder the LS is getting popular as a swap.|
The clock to Long Beach is ticking….