Comparing dyno results from different dynos in different locations and in different weather is going to be wildly inaccurate.The Dyno resaults on that LS7 are Surprising to me at 437 hp & 423 tq to the rear wheels, it isn't much of an improvement over my LS2's 386 hp & 393 tq put to the rear wheels. the extra $12,000 for the LS7 only bought 51 hp & 30 ft lbs? I would have thought it to be at least 2X that increase.
Very Nice car no matter what the output of the LS7, and a very rare car. Already bid up over $30,000 with over 5 days left to go.
FWIW, someone recently posted on FB that they purchased this vehicle. No other details mentioned.06, Mallett, LS7, 6spd, Quincy, WA (only 1 pic)
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