Figure I'd also show you guys what im doin': Project 4 point slow

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  1. Smelly-Kitten

    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    ***Updated on post 15***


    Semi-standard PI swap:
    started off with some PI heads:
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    Eventually came to this: not ported, but had an liquid abrasive run through, Poly Crystalline Diamond to 25-35 ra (free) flows 174/156 (not great) Shown with new comp cam beehive springs
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    Then a PI intake
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    Two tunes from Tim of MPH in a SCT X-cal II (one for smog, one for street/strip)
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    Jim of now CMS, who designed grinds for VT, ground me some n/a cams: 540/550 lift, 224/226 @ .050" duration, 110 LSA
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    Then accompanying FRPP head changing kit and all gaskets needed:
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    Mods on car now:
    Engine Misc.:

    * B&M Supercooler front mounted stacked-plate tranny cooler. Steeda Cold air intake w/ custom Fab. inlet tube, 75mm TB + plenum, PI Intake Man. Steeda Underdrive pulleys. Strut tower brace


    Fuel & Tuning:

    * X-cal 2 non-custom tune. FRPP 9mm red performance spark plug wires, Motorcraft AGSF-32C's at .054", Sea foam bitches!

    Exhaust:

    * SLP (2)high-flow cat x-pipe, custom manufactured side pipes w/ magnaflow dual oval tiped pipes and magnaflow 14" straight through mufflers

    Drivetrain:

    * Completely rebuilt Stage II 4R70W tranny w/ 3200 Stall Spec-Rite torque-converter, B&M Hammer shifter assembly, B&M Quicksillver shift knob, FRPP 3.73's w/ Royal Purple Max gear

    Weight reduction & transfer: Suspension, wheels & tires:

    * FRPP C-Springs, Tokico shocks/struts, BF Goodrich G-Force KDWII 275/35/ZR18's all around, Cobra Chrome Torque thrust 18x9's all around.

    Interior:

    * steeda floor mats, polished alluminum Steeda door sills, Steeda pedals

    Exterior:

    * chin spoiler, 5%/20% tint, 13" shorty antenna, smoked headlights/ silverstars

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  2. CJPA

    CJPA New Member

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    i rike

    let me know what she dynos at

    the 2V intake manifold sucks balls :o
     
  3. Smelly-Kitten

    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    yeah, it sucks. But there's ins't too much else out there that actually shows gains. P-51 does, but you can pick up a used one for $700 and it's 38 pounds or so
     
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    CJPA New Member

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    :dunno:

    Eaton makes a lil tiny blower that replaces the whole manifold but looks stock :noes:

    There was an article about it in Car Craft or Hot Rod a few years ago
     
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    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    There was a FRPP roots blower for the 2v, it looked like an intake manifold - but they stopped making it and it was only good for about 350-370 or so
     
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    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    Plus im running 10.5:1 compression now on stock rotating assembly, if i run boost it needs to be 5-7psi intercooled, preferably not a roots/twin screw
     
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    dr.zed DR.ZED OT Supporter

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    Here is hoping you break into the low 13s!
     
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    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    ha thanks:wiggle:
    With the shorties going on, then if i bought some MM LCA's, 15x8's, MT ET Streets and practice it has 12.9's in it - i've seen it myself. But i think im done spending money for now.
     
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    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    got some shorties for free, not even worth spending money on em for these cars
     
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    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    hope you went with 03+ heads
     
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    IslanderOffRoad Do you even lift kit? OT Supporter

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    no Kenne Bell no care
     
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    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    as far as spark plug hole # of threads? They all have full threads, but finding a full threaded two stages colder plug that's copper is a different story
     
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    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    updated with pictures of the new cams i got
     
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    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    Figured I'd update this.
    Heads needed to be decked and the guides swapped so i sold them off. Now running MMR stage II heads, bronze guides, +1mm stainless valves. 231 intake 200 exhaust cfm. Those VT cams, pi intake and 91 octane tune.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yst5jl_wkJY

    Did the brakes today:
    Stock:
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    Size comparison:
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    Installed, not bled yet:
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    Fineto:
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    Possum Stomper The Great Bird of the Galaxy

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    nice dude, looks like fun :cool:
     
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    fuk yeahhhhh


    feel my cams all over you
     
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    jeff2577 OT OG

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    Welcome to 1988 with your caliper
     
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    love the side exhausts :bowdown:

    i was expecting a bit faster than low 13's.

    Don't LS1 Camaro's run that very close to stock? I know a stock LS2 HSV or GTO will run mid to low 13's.
     
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    Smelly-Kitten Dept. of Redundancy Department *Side Pipes

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    Yeah - with traction 12.8's shouldn't be a problem. I just need the driver mod, I know guys running 12.82's on stock heads and full weight. With a built trans the heads/cams it should be good for some high traps i hope.
     
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    60-0
    2001 Mustang Bullitt Twin Piston PBR 42mm 13" 121 feet
    96-98 Mustang GT w/ Twin Piston PBR 42mm 13" 120 feet


    C5 Corvette 125 feet (found as low as 120 online)
    http://www.modernracer.com/chevroletcorvette.html

    It's all about leverage , so who cares about when the look like they're from :dunno:
     
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    jeff2577 OT OG

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    They are the same caliper that came on the 88 vette with the J55/Z51 package. Casting on the face is slightly different.

    And here is a 115 ft for a C5
    http://www.corvetteforum.net/c5/atm/C5specs.shtml

    Numbers don't mean squat, not all tests are done in the same way.
     
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    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    really? didn't know that
     
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    they still stop :dunno:
     
  25. pathOFdisaster

    pathOFdisaster Resident Ford Troll OT Supporter

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    Nice little build you got there...

    Wanna race the Slowbra? Just has gears/intake/exhaust/pullies.... I bet I put a car on that thing :mamoru:
     

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