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Old 03-24-2009, 08:42 PM
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thats pretty much right down the street from me...wow...
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Wow, that went together with the quickness. Congrats!
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thanks man! ya im just working some minor rough spots out in my VE.

Gotta change motor mounts though. guess the driver side under load with all that heat had gotten soft and it back to rubbing the down pipe.

Never realized how many people trip when they see a Trans AM (or camaro)
with a front mount!

sti's and evo's are like "what the fuuuuu" and i just look at them like "Ya, me too b!tch"
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Originally Posted by SD99TA214 View Post
Never realized how many people trip when they see a Trans AM (or camaro)
with a front mount!

sti's and evo's are like "what the fuuuuu" and i just look at them like "Ya, me too b!tch"
haha, i only wish i had taken the time to do more research and gotten a front mount....
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Originally Posted by F-BodyGuy98 View Post
haha, i only wish i had taken the time to do more research and gotten a front mount....
well i was talking about the Intercooler bieng a front mount. thats when they trip cause they know im packing heat lol.

but ya, not bashing sts , a turbo on a v8 is a turbo on a v8, but my buddy had a sts kit and i was just never happy with his setup so thats why i picked this kit. not saying mines any better its just , its what I needed.
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Got my BMR radiator support in the other day, fast install , took all of 2 min, and did wonders for appearance! pics up soon.
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Sweet setup. Loging in to see more!
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Old 03-28-2009, 01:35 AM
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seems ill be changing my converter this weekend, any thing past the 485 ish mark and the converter comes unlocked.

glad i planned ahead and got that 3 disk vig
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sounds like it's coming along nice! I was actually going to find one of these kits but I found a good deal on the hot & cold piping for a custom rear mount setup I can't pass up. figured the installation is quite simple and don't have to worry about how I'm going to run everything up front to keep the a/c on a front-mount. which brings me to my next point...
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haha, i only wish i had taken the time to do more research and gotten a front mount....
what dyno have you been using? and are you stock ls1? I would think at 7+ lbs you should see much better numbers than that, even if it is a STS; there are stock ls1's out there seeing 500rwhp @ 8psi. what did you do to your hot pipes to retain heat better? what size turbo, injectors, & fuel pump are you using?
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Originally Posted by candlelit View Post
sounds like it's coming along nice! I was actually going to find one of these kits but I found a good deal on the hot & cold piping for a custom rear mount setup I can't pass up. figured the installation is quite simple and don't have to worry about how I'm going to run everything up front to keep the a/c on a front-mount. which brings me to my next point...

what dyno have you been using? and are you stock ls1? I would think at 7+ lbs you should see much better numbers than that, even if it is a STS; there are stock ls1's out there seeing 500rwhp @ 8psi. what did you do to your hot pipes to retain heat better? what size turbo, injectors, & fuel pump are you using?
ya my car is far from tuned! i cant speak for his, but my AFR #s are in the 10.2:1's at wot. im supposed to get it tuned in about a couple of weeks by CMS . just with my "amature" tunning i got 505 out of it on 10 pounds last night.

what you have to remeber also is where a STOCK car can make 500, on 8 psi, thats ALL the boost he can run!
drop the compression and now at 8 psi your only making 460 480, but now you can run 14 psi!


you hit it on the last questions too, turbo size injectors and pump play a massive role in the amount of power the tunner can push the car to make.
not all 8 psi ls1s are gonna make the same numbers, its not a "magic" formula.
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video of the dyno please ? i have the same kit, but got the motor built while i was at it. but don't have the car running yet. also you should go with solid mounts, they won't melt and i did not have to space anything with washers to clear the steering shaft.
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Old 06-03-2009, 10:40 PM
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post up some more pics!!
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UPDATE:

Since my last post i switched to a set of Solid motor mounts , Spohn, i belive thats how you spell it.

Ive also got the best of 517 rwhp and 643 rwtrq on a dyno dynamics at cms with 13 psi and 91 0ctane. but im in the process of doing a stronger more reliable shortblock with a cam and spring swap.

I bielieve the blue 918's lost there "umph" and that f-11 isnt the most ideal turbo cam.

more pics to come.
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nice, if only some of my projects came together that fast!
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For some reason this was bumped, I'm curious how the build is going as well. My setup is basically a garage/knock off version of your TTI setup.
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