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Old 11-27-2014, 02:12 PM   #161
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By the way: which ring would you like to buy?
like, are those good enough for a temporary use?
Dafuq? Why would you buy rings for "temporary use"?

Do you rebuild your engine every few weeks for fun?
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Old 11-29-2014, 12:55 PM   #162
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I'm confused: I want more power but to stay under 300 whp
I've read that stock pistons are 300 hp capable (I have 8 more stock piston in my garage), but... I want reliability. Once I build the engine I want to do it once.
Are stock pistons 300 whp capable for a long time or I have to put 8.8:1 wiseco or supertech?
also: which clutch do you consider for that power goal?
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Old 11-29-2014, 03:14 PM   #163
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Did you notice the direction of the exhaust?




There is clearly something wrong.
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Old 11-29-2014, 03:19 PM   #164
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Really










but, there is nothing you can't fix with a hammer





before vs after

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Old 11-29-2014, 04:06 PM   #165
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you ballooned your muffler?
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Old 11-30-2014, 08:39 AM   #166
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well, time for 3"







last 3-4 flatshift was fatal, but pretty epic

wooooooo-BANG!-BRUAAAAAAAAA
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Old 11-30-2014, 09:35 AM   #167
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lolol yeah crimped mufflers do not belong on turbo cars, especially if you are doing anything which makes explosions in the exhaust.
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This thread delivers
Thank you for those awesome pictures
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Old 11-30-2014, 07:43 PM   #169
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This thread delivers
Thank you for those awesome pictures
What a shitty muffler.
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Old 11-30-2014, 09:31 PM   #170
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Too many 3step JDM open diff burnout launches yo.
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Old 12-01-2014, 01:28 PM   #171
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because I learn from my mistakes



my car lifter is broken (chain), I have all the necessary for fix it, but goddamn it's heavy!! I can't do all alone
aaaand... I want the car back on the road, so: another turbo muffler.
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why wouldn't you put on a good muffler?

turbo mufflers are awful for turbo cars.
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why wouldn't you put on a good muffler?

turbo mufflers are awful for turbo cars.
as I wrote, my car lifter is broken, and I need one to build the 3" exhaust... this is only temporary





tiny differences
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Old 12-02-2014, 01:30 PM   #174
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Seems it'd be a better idea to not waste money and just run it without a muffler for a few days?
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Seems it'd be a better idea to not waste money and just run it without a muffler for a few days?
whoa, dont start using logic or anything.
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Those crimped "turbo" mufflers are only $20-30 so I'm sure he's not out too much cash.
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Along the lines of "why not run without muffler?"

I am seriously considering making a muffler delete section on my next exhaust. My magnaflow is so quiet and when I ran straight downpipe to midpipe for a a day last year I didn't really mind it. I hear the SRT Neons ran mufflerless from factory?

Just thinking out loud.
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Seems it'd be a better idea to not waste money and just run it without a muffler for a few days?
you can't imagine how loud is my car without a muffler... it's simply embarrassing



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Those crimped "turbo" mufflers are only $20-30 so I'm sure he's not out too much cash.
^this
also I alredy have another one in my garage, so why not put in while I build the 3" ?

btw:

warm engine + kitten





finally ready:





now I need time
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Pretty sweet progress so far. Did I read that right and you're running it on LPG or propane? I'd like to know more about that conversion, how it runs, etc.
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Oh man this thread is entertainment. Thanks for all the pics. You know you are doing some interesting things with the arduino. Im surprised you are not developing things and selling them on here to fund your build. Which also led me to wonder why you didnt build your own MS. Nonethless thank you for all the work you have done here. This thread is very enjoyable. How much longer do you think the ebay manifold will last?
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