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Old 08-30-2010, 03:20 PM   #21
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Damn not bad at all, throw some WI on there and go back.

Which motor do you have in there?
stock 99. i can't add anymore power, i don't want more the 240 on the stock rods. i am installing a 255 pump and going back asap
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stock 99. i can't add anymore power, i don't want more the 240 on the stock rods. i am installing a 255 pump and going back asap
It troque that bends rods though, not HP and I presume you're making less torque than most of the turbo guys here. You also need to be concerned with that 5-speed. Good thing you have an FMs2 clutch.
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It troque that bends rods though, not HP and I presume you're making less torque than most of the turbo guys here. You also need to be concerned with that 5-speed. Good thing you have an FMs2 clutch.
@200 now on the mustang, not sure if you do the same 10% for torque as you do for hp but was told 250hp/230ftlb is when your going to start braking ****
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@200 now on the mustang, not sure if you do the same 10% for torque as you do for hp but was told 250hp/230ftlb is when your going to start braking ****
Then stay where you are. I think 12% is about right in my experience.
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yay double post

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i may have to bring 260 to hallett and pray for the best and look for a fastist time of the weekend and 1st place in driver education class unless matt shows.

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That is an amazing number with that spark table. Damn.
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Considering Dan ran the same motor as you with less power, Hoosiers, a wing, and the same suspension we should be able to run 1:28's with no problem because I'm guessing the Hoosiers are worth 2-seconds. This will probably be the last track event for me in the turbo car.
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. This will probably be the last track event for me in the turbo car.
Then what?
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Then what?
Ferrari F1.

I haven't had fun in my car since it was NA. Ever since I built a capable car, I'm either worried about blowing it up or wrecking it. Apparently its abnormal to consider the consequences of each corner, each lap, each and every time I drive the car. I literally think about rolling or walling the car on every corner. I can list any track I run corner by corner and tell you where the wall is or if the grass is bumpy. I had a roll over wreck about a decade ago that really scared me.
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Ferrari F1.

I haven't had fun in my car since it was NA. Ever since I built a capable car, I'm either worried about blowing it up or wrecking it. Apparently its abnormal to consider the consequences of each corner, each lap, each and every time I drive the car. I literally think about rolling or walling the car on every corner. I can list any track I run corner by corner and tell you where the wall is or if the grass is bumpy. I had a roll over wreck about a decade ago that really scared me.
dibs on motor and we could take up shifter carts

added: boost gauge was reading ~9psi with a lot of vibration and was getting into the 180kpa table with 105 kpa @ 0psi will have to run a log to get real psi
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Ferrari F1.

I haven't had fun in my car since it was NA. Ever since I built a capable car, I'm either worried about blowing it up or wrecking it. Apparently its abnormal to consider the consequences of each corner, each lap, each and every time I drive the car. I literally think about rolling or walling the car on every corner. I can list any track I run corner by corner and tell you where the wall is or if the grass is bumpy. I had a roll over wreck about a decade ago that really scared me.
that's an unfortunate side effect of putting your cash, blood, sweat, and tears into a car.

buy something fast and shitty with a cage and go have fun instead.
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great numbers.

What pulleys you running?
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Nice. Im surprised the CR.net homies aren't drooling all over your sack.
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great numbers.

What pulleys you running?
62mm stock crack no ac.

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Nice. Im surprised the CR.net homies aren't drooling all over your sack.
i should post this up on cr and see what bs groveling ensues. 99% of them are dumper then me, and wont know what a spark table even is
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I'm acutally surprised with the mid-range...
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There was a lot of talk in Dallas on how little "proper" engine management does on motors, specifically with blowers. I guess this puts the speculation to bed.
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I can't wait to dyno mine again in Nov. I haven't made any changes to the setup but fitting MS-III and I'm running full seq., butt dyno says there's a ton more TQ, I'm running 90% DC at the same AFR with less boost.
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I'm getting back on the dyno next week with my crank wheel and I'm tuning up to 16psi...again. I have to show Jeff that I'm still his daddy.
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i should post this up on cr and see what bs groveling ensues. 99% of them are dumper then me, and wont know what a spark table even is
Do it.
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