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Old 10-24-2005, 03:37 PM   #1
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she put down 720rwhp and 701 torque at 16psi. the next run actually did 725hp and 705 torque, but did not print that one out.

it was a scoggin dickey longblock with 225 afrs. the twin turbo set up was done by danzio here in cali with a set of 60-1 turbonetics turbos.

this was also in a big offroad car with 35" mud tires on the rear.
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Old 10-24-2005, 03:50 PM   #2
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she put down 720rwhp and 701 torque at 16psi. the next run actually did 725hp and 705 torque, but did not print that one out.

it was a scoggin dickey longblock with 225 afrs. the twin turbo set up was done by danzio here in cali with a set of 60-1 turbonetics turbos.

this was also in a big offroad car with 35" mud tires on the rear.
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Old 10-24-2005, 04:12 PM   #3
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nice.
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Old 10-24-2005, 05:14 PM   #4
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dam great numbers
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Thats freakin sweet
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what crank/rods/pistons in there?

Can you post a picture of the truck... must be insane....!
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Old 10-25-2005, 01:40 PM   #7
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Wow, that's insane!! I WANT one...
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Old 10-25-2005, 01:55 PM   #8
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This is exactly why I went the all forged LS2 route. Plenty of power, plenty of room for boost. My motor did 502rwhp with a conservative cam and 10.6 compression. Next week I'm starting on a Vortec blower system. Can't wait to see the numbers after that. The LS2 is a total bargain motor, especially if you sell off your LS1/6 to get it, and power potential is crazy.
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she put down 720rwhp and 701 torque at 16psi. the next run actually did 725hp and 705 torque, but did not print that one out.

it was a scoggin dickey longblock with 225 afrs. the twin turbo set up was done by danzio here in cali with a set of 60-1 turbonetics turbos.

this was also in a big offroad car with 35" mud tires on the rear.
Great numbers.
My 402 is almost finished and my turbo system is in transit. Also looking to put 15 lbs through mine. AFR 225's as well. Hoping for 750 to 800 to the wheels. What crank did you go with? What compression pistons?
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thanks for all the great responses. chric at sdpc has been great to deal with and the motor is holding up great.

heres the setup..... callies crank,rods, je pistons, hellfire rings, cometic .40 head gasket, afr225s, hogans intake, 98lb injectors, canton sheet metal pan, compression is at 8:5:1.

here are some pics of the car, enjoy....
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here is a pic of the motor from the build up..
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That is, without question, the coolest thing I have ever seen!!!

I can't imagine how much fun it is to rip across the sand in that thing...
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OK, that just freaking rocks! Great numbers and such a cool ride!


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Very sweet setup and good lord I'm drooling over that INTAKE !!

I want a sand buggy !!
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here is a pic of the motor from the build up..
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sweet. got any pics with the turbos on there??

thanks Chris.
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Damn, that rocks dude! PURDY!!! I can't wait to get mine in the car. But after seeing your numbers, I'm thinkin I need a bigger blower.....
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Now that is 100% Bad ***!!

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thanks for all the great responses. chric at sdpc has been great to deal with and the motor is holding up great.

heres the setup..... callies crank,rods, je pistons, hellfire rings, cometic .40 head gasket, afr225s, hogans intake, 98lb injectors, canton sheet metal pan, compression is at 8:5:1.

here are some pics of the car, enjoy....

OMG that is BAD ***.
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Old 10-27-2005, 10:55 AM   #20
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sweet. got any pics with the turbos on there??

thanks Chris.
Maybe not exactly what you want to see but cool as snot!!
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