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Quick Stupid Question... What weight oil should I put in a 2005 997 C2S?

 
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Old 12-01-2011, 06:40 AM
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Originally Posted by jjc4scab View Post
^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Thats all??????????
That part is still stock. The shop I am working with are going to start building cup like street legal exhausts, and will be using mine as a bench mark/tuning car. The results were quite good for stock exhaust/intake/software. I have no doubt that this car will accelerate quicker then a c2s that use to hang around in my garage.
 
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Thank you, it is awesome! Dyno'd today at 380 at the wheels.
depends of a dyno but i think it was supposed to be closer to 405?
 
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Originally Posted by utkinpol View Post
depends of a dyno but i think it was supposed to be closer to 405?
You are correct, the type of dyno can make a difference, in this case it was done on a Dynapack. I can tell you my buddies 3.9SW was pulling 420 on this machine, so I am not feeling too bad. They bolted a cup exhaust on my car, and squeaked out another 17hp (peak gain), there was a huge dip in the middle of the graph, and they said with the correct software it would smooth things out.
 
 
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