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Old 08-25-2018, 03:35 PM
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Do you know what your wot AFR was set at? Max timing? My Setup is 5.3 4L60E 3.73 gear
Fitech standalone, 1 7/8 headers. Stock truck Crank pulley and blower pulley. 216/220 114lsa 560 I/E... 3300 l. 2000 Mustang...I'm probably for getting a question, thanks... Eventually I want what ever it takes to get 600rwhp.. Should do well in the 1/4 mile.
I need a bypass valve Heat exchanger, pump, lines and tank. Also a 2007 truck water pump.
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Originally Posted by Nastboy View Post
Do you know what your wot AFR was set at? Max timing? My Setup is 5.3 4L60E 3.73 gear
Fitech standalone, 1 7/8 headers. Stock truck Crank pulley and blower pulley. 216/220 114lsa 560 I/E... 3300 l. 2000 Mustang...I'm probably for getting a question, thanks... Eventually I want what ever it takes to get 600rwhp.. Should do well in the 1/4 mile.
I need a bypass valve Heat exchanger, pump, lines and tank. Also a 2007 truck water pump.
Iím honestly not sure. When I get a minute Iíll hook up hp tuners and take a look at their tune. Youíll make good power, though I wonder if your worked 241ís will be better than my stock 799ís or not, should be fun to see.
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Oops, realized I never posted any finished pics.


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Have any pictures of whole vehicles? That looks clean
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Originally Posted by AINT SKEERED View Post
Have any pictures of whole vehicles? That looks clean
thanks, wait pictures? Well if you say so..




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Beautiful car man.
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Always good to see another 3rd Gen Camaro on the forum!

Sweet looking car
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Great build! Can you elaborate on the engine accessories? I'm curious what pulley you are running truck or LSA?
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Originally Posted by ryeguy2006a View Post
Great build! Can you elaborate on the engine accessories? I'm curious what pulley you are running truck or LSA?
Thanks, Iím running a stock lsa crank pulley along with the Lsx Concepts high mount lsa drive. I have the adjustable race drive for the blower, so belt slip isnít an issue.

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Great numbers. I would not lean too much credence to the "Dynojet" estimate, since the curves don't cross at 5252
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Originally Posted by Darth_V8r View Post
Great numbers. I would not lean too much credence to the "Dynojet" estimate, since the curves don't cross at 5252
yea that number seems high. My guess is probably around 580rwhp. The shop I went too said their dyno consistently reads 17% lower than dyno jets. Canít wait to get it to the track to see the trap time and get an accurate power number.
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Well I blew the 10 bolt up..😩

I put a set of gears in it for now and ordered a strange s60 with 3.73ís and an s trac. Iím hoping to take it to the strip on Tuesday to see what it will do with itís last few weeks of the 10 bolt and street tires. Iíll keep you guys posted👍.
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Finally got a chance to get to the track last night. For now I threw a spare set of 410's in the 10 bolt while I wait for the Strange to come in. Sure not ideal, but at least the car moves, it held up great and I got to make 6 passes. Best run of the night was an 11.49 @ 126.5, which I couldn't believe for street tires and a 2.0 60ft. My gearing is terrible with the 4.10's though, I'm having to grab 5th gear a few seconds before the trap. With the s60, 3.73's, and a set of drag radials, she should have 10's in the bag. Also if anyone was curious, weight with the blower came to 3560 with a full tank of gas.
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Gonna be a big difference with better rear end and slicks. Good passes
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Originally Posted by AINT SKEERED View Post
Gonna be a big difference with better rear end and slicks. Good passes
Thanks, I canít wait to get a set of drag radials on it. Im searching the classifieds now seeing if I can find anything for a good price. Im hoping to have the new rear in with a set of tires before the end of the season. Gonna cut it close, but weíll see what happens.



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My heat exchanger will be here Tuesday. Just need 2007 truck water pump, coolant pump, tank and a bypass valve.. Hopefully I'll be done before Christmas..How are you powering up your coolant pump? Temp switch or fused relay keyed on or run? Good race, should've been close at the finish line.

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My heat exchanger will be here Tuesday. Just need 2007 truck water pump, coolant pump, tank and a bypass valve.. Hopefully I'll be done before Christmas..How are you powering up your coolant pump? Temp switch or fused relay keyed on or run? Good race, should've been close at the finish line.
Nice, sounds like youíre getting there. I wired mine to a relay straight off a fuse block I installed in the engine bay. The relay is controlled by a switched ground I hooked up to a rocker switch inside the car. Oh and that race was against a wide body Hellcat. Itís funny because I crossed the line first so I thought I had him, but I guess the clock wasnt starting until take off because he had the faster time. But as for just a race, yea I beat him👍
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Such a clean build

3rd gens FTW
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Iím honestly not sure. When I get a minute Iíll hook up hp tuners and take a look at their tune. Youíll make good power, though I wonder if your worked 241ís will be better than my stock 799ís or not, should be fun to see.
Any luck on those numbers? Been watching your videos on YouTube. Car looks and runs great. Looks to be a fun car.. I got all my parts now. Do you think the Corvette regulator setup will work with DW300(340 lph at 100psi fuel pump) on 93 with the returnless fuel rail setup? You got all my answers dude..
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Going back to the track tomorrow with the new strange s60 and drag radials. Wish me luck!
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