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Old 04-25-2014, 12:30 AM
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Default 02 SS 370/F1R build with a few added features.... makes 1000+whp.....

The parts list:
Procharger D1SC w/ PC FMIC
234/244 blower cam w/ BTR duals
1200hp fuel system w/ twin 340s, -10 feed, -8 return, and 95# injectors
Centerforce DYAD w/ tick master and Pro 5.0
ARH 2" headers w/ 3" stainless duals into XR1s and corsa clones
Moser 12 bolt narrowed 5" total
Wavetrac diff w/35 spline axles
Moser full length TQ arm w/ BMR relocation trans brace
BMR springs, sways, and Koni yellows
Baer 6Ps front and rear w/ 14" rotors
Weld RTS 18x10 18x11
Nitto 275/ Micky 315
BMR adjustable LCA, panhard, and subframes
Griffin 3" radiator relocated down and forward
Custom intercooler piping w/ Tial Q bov
Alkycontrol twin nozzle meth kit...

I'm sure I'm forgetting something but that's the basic rundown..

Now on to the pics..
















Alkycontrol will go on monday and it will hit the rollers shortly after...

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now that's a parts list, lol-petty cool
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omg , thats an awesome pile of parts, about 15k ?? cant wait to see final dyno numbers.
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Definitely have the exhaust system in check. Any idea what it makes power wise or what psi you're seeing?
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It has a 3.4 pulley on it and will likely end up in the 650-680whp range....
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yep bookmarked this one !!!!!!!!

nice pile-o-parts
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Very nice, in for results.
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Are you running a stock LS1?
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I like this setup.
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Nice build!
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Yes, for now its a stock ls1 with a cam kit.... next round of mods its getting an ls2 402 with nice heads. ..

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Nice build. I like how u ran ur exhaust too buy u might want to put a pair of cutouts on there. Prochargers love free flowing exhaust like no other and u'll probably have power to be had with those alone. My d1sc,e85, 347 m6 camaro just went 10.1 at 138 on wed night. You should be right in that same range.
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No cutouts on this build. ... I do agree about blow cars wanting to get the exhaust out fast... This car has 2" headers and true 3" pipes.. If you've ever seen an xr1 muffler you know they are straight through and are about as free flowing as it gets... This thing won't have a problem breathing. .

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Do you have any pics of the intercooler pipe from the blower to the cooler. It's different to see the pipe on the pass side VS the driver side that most do... My self included.
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Very nice list of parts you are going to be working with OP. You put a lot of thought into this and I'm sure it's going to pay off big time. Do you have any future plans for a "F" series blower?
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I would like this car to end up with an f1c or f1r.. This was the entire reason I moved the radiator so far forward and down. .
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Are both of those blowers physically bigger than the D1SC unit?
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Originally Posted by conan View Post
Do you have any pics of the intercooler pipe from the blower to the cooler. It's different to see the pipe on the pass side VS the driver side that most do... My self included.
I ran it this way to shorten up the piping, plus its also alot easier to run a 4" pipe through the hole on the passenger side... Here a a few of the pics during the build..








Ill take some of the end result pics this coming week.. I still have to mount the alkycontrol and finsh the pie cuts for the intake. .
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Which hat and filter are you running any pics ....I like the way the piping is run the opposite way.
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Originally Posted by Rise of the Phoenix View Post
Are both of those blowers physically bigger than the D1SC unit?
Yes the P1/D1/F1a are the same size.. The f1c/r are not only larger diameter but also longer..
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