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FUKKK YEASSS 31 63.27%
no because i want your motor to live 2 4.08%
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Old 02-08-2012, 05:49 PM   #1
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yes of course.

not for tune, but for glory.

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Old 02-08-2012, 05:55 PM   #3
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Compression currently tests out at

138/145/150/150

I have a lot of oil coming out my valve cover breather over 20psi.
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Old 02-08-2012, 06:05 PM   #4
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Do it now just so you have some rough estimate of power numbers. Then pull the car apart. Its not like you have to worry about ------- more ---- up since you are pulling it apart afterwards anyways. I say dyno till you hit 40psi and see if anything else breaks. Then you know you need to fix those too when you rebuild.
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you misspelled banana
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you misspelled banana
Needs more "No Doubt". Every time I type that word, the song plays in my head.
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Dyno on 20psi. Report back with dyno sheet. The end.
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Dyno on 20psi.
I'd rather kill myself than dyno on such low booest
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Needs more "No Doubt". Every time I type that word, the song plays in my head.
I did the same thing!
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THANK YOU!!!

Omg wtf kinda pu$$y sh*t is 20psi?
Here's what you do:

Dyno no matter what, run literally ALL OF IT, and go out in a blaze of glory while recording in high def of course.
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Start at 20psi
Then 30psi
Finish the big bang theory with 40psi

Will your valvesprings hold the extra pressure or are we going to see some float on the dyno graph?
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Start at 20psi
Then 30psi
Finish the big bang theory with 40psi

Will your valvesprings hold the extra pressure or are we going to see some float on the dyno graph?
Yes valvesprings are made from pure iron.
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Time to put your old license plate back on...
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Fix issues and then dyno, you've worked too hard to do something stupid and kill it.

If I had an NB I'd be telling you to go for it so it would die and I'd call dibs on some of your trash.
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Fix issues.


I'll come to make a video of it, and in worst case, I have AAA Plus for free towing
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Fix issues and then dyno, you've worked too hard to do something stupid and kill it.

If I had an NB I'd be telling you to go for it so it would die and I'd call dibs on some of your trash.
Don't we build them to test them? No?
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he's gong to be ripping the motor apart anyway.
so why be a pus$y now and hold back?

is "ALL OF IT" worth a couple hundred bucks?
you tell us
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he's gong to be ripping the motor apart anyway.
so why be a pus$y now and hold back?

is "ALL OF IT" worth a couple hundred bucks?
you tell us
Did not know that. In case run all the boost and set records.
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F*ck it. Go big or don't go at all. Run 40 psi, and like others said, video that shiz. I fully agree with the "go out in a blaze of glory".
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Basically whatever you do, if there isn't a video, you are a piece of ----.
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