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Old 12-12-2005, 10:54 AM
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I bet that guy **** himself when that happened
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That gets my vote for best blown up engine. Never seen a block just separate in half like that before!
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I've been around tractor pulling for a long time and saw a John Deere do the same thing this year. This can happen when you take a block designed to make 160hp and make 2000+hp on some. If that block is the stock block then it was made in the 70's so you can imagine how much it has been run. Cubic inches can be in the 400-600 range in most cases.

According to what class you run, boost levels can reach the 270psi range using 4 turbo's to compund the boost on diesels. Alcohol tractors run a lot less boost, 70psi range. It's a fabrication nightmare running the tubing on a 3 or 4 charger system.
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That's it, I'm putting a John Deere motor in my car!!!!!!! 200psi here I come!!!!
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That put a hole in the wallet.
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Originally Posted by cablebandit
he will learn to not reuse the stock TTY GM bolts next time and get ARPs
i doubt better bolts would have held that block together, its not like the head just popped off.
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Old 12-14-2005, 10:18 PM
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Originally Posted by redrumss
My question is what kind of Turbo reaches that kind of pressure...????
Give us a call we have them...lol. We do tractor pulling turbos for some guys out there

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Old 12-14-2005, 10:24 PM
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The guys running diesels fuel we are stacking 175-200+psi depending on the class. Its all compound to make that kind of boost. The alky tractors run about half the amount of boost. As for the engines, well they are filled, blocks drilled for huge studs, and we run external girdles to clamp the head down to the block...and sometimes that doesn't even hold. Here are some videos from stock trucks class to outlaw class. BTW, cummins turbo diesels rule....lol.

right click and save as...outlaw truck

stock truck class....right click and save as


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that oil must have burned
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If he would have run a blow off valve he'd be fine.
Listen to the ricers.
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Crazy, looks like a bomb went off
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Originally Posted by Insomnya3AM
If he would have run a blow off valve he'd be fine.
Listen to the ricers.
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Well unfortunately you can't run a BOV on a diesel since you have no vacuum , unless its electronically controlled.
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Originally Posted by muncie21
I heard those tractors are running straight alcohol and somewhere in the neighborhood of 100PSI of boost

Yea...straight alcohol and about 100lbs...my neighbor has one and he runs straight alcohol and about 115lbs...and let me tell you that mother ****** moves...hes going about 30mph down the track...
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I wonder what kind of torque that sucker was making

You have to making some SERIOUS power to rip a diesel apart like that. Very impressive, though.
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thats gonna cost some coin , lol


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thazzza wun sspissy mmmeadvall!
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Originally Posted by Dustin11
I've been around tractor pulling for a long time and saw a John Deere do the same thing this year. This can happen when you take a block designed to make 160hp and make 2000+hp on some. If that block is the stock block then it was made in the 70's so you can imagine how much it has been run. Cubic inches can be in the 400-600 range in most cases.

According to what class you run, boost levels can reach the 270psi range using 4 turbo's to compund the boost on diesels. Alcohol tractors run a lot less boost, 70psi range. It's a fabrication nightmare running the tubing on a 3 or 4 charger system.


How the hell do you tuner those things??

Needeless to say thats and expensive sport...


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tuned by: S.W.A.G. Somebodys - Wild - *** - Guess.
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Originally Posted by JPMuscle
How the hell do you tuner those things??

Needeless to say thats and expensive sport...


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ITs done by stuffing more boost in and watching the EGT's. EGT's are what kills a diesel. On the big compound diesels, EGT's can reach 2400 DegF.

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OMFG 200 psi
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