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600rwhp FD vs E85 GTR vs Boosted LS3 C6 vs Boosted LS2 GTO

Old 02-24-15, 06:54 PM
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600rwhp FD vs E85 GTR vs Boosted LS3 C6 vs Boosted LS2 GTO

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Old 02-24-15, 09:39 PM
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Very nice. thats what Im talking about showing people up with the 2 rotors.
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Old 02-25-15, 09:16 AM
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NICE!!!

Car seems to be a BEAST on the street, congrats!
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Old 02-25-15, 11:18 AM
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Thanks guys

I hope to bump the boost up this year to see if I can make 700s like smg944 did. I love your car though smg944

I'm planning on swapping to a 1.28 turbine housing and balancing, clearancing and studding/doweling the spare motor for more boost. Not sure if I want to go semi pport or not yet; budget will probably dictate no semi yet though.
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Way to represent! And good driving too!
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Great video the spark plugs with tighter gap seems to be working good up top. 170mph thats nuts man! You should test the car in a 1/4 mile see what she does?
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Copeland, what rear tires are you running?
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Thanks for the props guys, it's been a long build. Still periodically fighting ignition issues but I'm getting closer to figuring it out; everything else was relatively straight forward.

I run Hankook V12 285/30/18's front and rear on the street. They're ok but I bought them for a 380rwhp setup initially.

I have a drag tire setup but I haven't been to the track yet on this setup. I'm guessing it should trap around 135mph based on the cars that I have ran. If it's not quite that fast, I can turn the boost up further as I've tuned it to 32psi so far.
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Pretty decent traction for those tires. I needed r comps to hook in 3rd past 500 whp but the weather up hear is usually cool
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Just badass and those flames FTW!
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Nice job Bro, **** that makes me feel like keep going with my 13B.
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So badass.
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That was awesome and great build!
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Woohaaa simply amazing!!! Much respect!
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Pretty decent traction for those tires. I needed r comps to hook in 3rd past 500 whp but the weather up hear is usually cool
Same here. Traction in 3rd is an issue on high dollar normal radials. BFG 295/35 Drag Radials have been working out very well for me. To bad they are now discontinued. I am going to have to go to a wider wheel and change my offset to fit a 315 Micky Drag Radial once these are worn. I can hold decent power in 1st and 2nd. So far it will hold a hair over 600WHP in 3rd without issue. Having traction is addicting. Switching to the BFG 295/35 Drag Radials was like buying a new car. The power was completely usable in pretty much all situations. There is no way I can ever go back to a normal tire or even a R compound autocross tire. Absolutely worthless on the street.
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I typically run into traction issues in 3rd but only when it's cooler outside. Anytime its 80F and above (like in the video), 3rd gear will hook up pretty good. Unfortunately, 2nd gear will forever be useless, even at 60mph.

I guess my traction problem will only get worse. I've already pulled the motor to aim for 700s!
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Very nice Copeland. I hate GTOs so I'm glad you spanked him hard.
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Damn thats a clean build and fast car. Why did I never see any of these cars when I lived in NC.
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Wicked vid!!!!! Cant wait to see more
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Very nice. Car runs hard.
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That's very nice!
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