I have a thought that I wanted you guys to give me some input on that I can't seen to get anyone elsewhere to comment on. The LS3 puts down more rwhp and especially more rwtq than it's predecessor, the LS2. Now, assuming that GM keeps the same level of torque management in the LS3 C6s, is it safe to assume that because the LS3 produces more rwtq/ more torque over all, it will be effected moreso by the TM settings in the computer? Case in point: the LS2 1/4 mile times on avg are 12.5's or so with a 2.0 60ft . TM will come in as the torque is increased and will not fade out until higher speeds are reached to decrease the amount of torque registered by the pcm. Thats pretty much as how I understand the TM in the C6, so if the LS3 provides more tq upon launch and gear shifting, then it seems to me , the TM would kick in faster and stay in longer than in the LS2 and decrease a good % of the gains seen by the stronger LS3. There has been some thinking as to the LS3 possibly making it into the 11's bone stock, which I think is silly, seeing as it's only 30-36 more HP than the LS2, and 30-40 HP is not going to make that big of a difference. Bone stock LS2 best times are 12.2 in the 1/4, and that was with perfect launch, weather,and luck with the computer not pulling timing or appling too much TM. With what is stated as only 30-36 more HP in the LS3, I cannot even see a .1 improvement in the 1/4 mile times unless the TM set up is greatly reduced from the factory to allow for a higher output of tq to be used before it's stifled. What are your thoughts?