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Old 08-16-13, 11:30 PM
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Cool 6766 FD vs built 408ci SS

Just had another run in Mexico after being called out for my blacklist spot. The car I ran was a built 408ci SS with cam, headers, cutout, and all that other piston jazz. I was on my low boost setting still with my dying clutch (actually completely killed it by the end of the run, I can't even do a third gear pull without smelling clutch -__-). The run was from 40-150. Here's the first vid from my friend's twin turbo built LS3 camaro. There is another angle from the SS I was racing, but it needs to be uploaded.
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Old 08-17-13, 07:51 AM
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The second vid from the SS
In here is the second run also to prove how bad my clutch got...its pretty much toast.
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Old 08-17-13, 11:48 AM
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nice run doing good work of those v8s.
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i feel a little bad for the 4th gen cmaro guy .. kind of got beat by everyone .
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How much power are you making? Everyone I hang out with is probably close to the Procharged Vette in terms of speed and I'm not even sure how to keep up aside from going to the darkside (which after you factor in mods is amazingly cheap for the power provided).
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Originally Posted by RiceFx306 View Post
How much power are you making? Everyone I hang out with is probably close to the Procharged Vette in terms of speed and I'm not even sure how to keep up aside from going to the darkside (which after you factor in mods is amazingly cheap for the power provided).
Low boost I make 450whp at 18psi on a mustang dyno. It was getting to around 550whp at 25psi before my clutch started slipping. I need to change the plates big time, all I smell is clutch when I roll on the throttle in any gear higher than second. For reference that vette in the video makes I believe 746whp, if you have the TK2k13 Texas streets video, it's the atomic orange vette aka Detoxxx in that vid.
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Originally Posted by dabigesii View Post
Low boost I make 450whp at 18psi on a mustang dyno. It was getting to around 550whp at 25psi before my clutch started slipping. I need to change the plates big time, all I smell is clutch when I roll on the throttle in any gear higher than second. For reference that vette in the video makes I believe 746whp, if you have the TK2k13 Texas streets video, it's the atomic orange vette aka Detoxxx in that vid.
Look forward to see it. Been lazy to buy the DVD.

Nice runs. Super impressed with this turbo and the car. What's your fuel setup to hit 550 if you don't mind me asking?
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Look forward to see it. Been lazy to buy the DVD.

Nice runs. Super impressed with this turbo and the car. What's your fuel setup to hit 550 if you don't mind me asking?
Thanks, my setup is 850 primary and 2200 secondary, sx fpr set at 43psi base fuel pressure, aeromotive 340 stealth pump rewired, and I redid my all of my fuel lines to 6AN and put in a high flow fuel filter.
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One fuel pump? I have the same size injectors, but was worried about running out of fuel. That's really impressive. How much boost? Maybe you can get away with running less boost no that beast of a turbo and that allows you to keep a single fuel pump? What kind of fuel filter if you don't mind my asking. I'm really wanting to avoid a dual pump setup if possible and was looking at the A1000 but that's over a grand to get set up properly. Really impressive!
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what clutch setup you have on there ?
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Originally Posted by RiceFx306 View Post
One fuel pump? I have the same size injectors, but was worried about running out of fuel. That's really impressive. How much boost? Maybe you can get away with running less boost no that beast of a turbo and that allows you to keep a single fuel pump? What kind of fuel filter if you don't mind my asking. I'm really wanting to avoid a dual pump setup if possible and was looking at the A1000 but that's over a grand to get set up properly. Really impressive!
Thanks. Yep one fuel pump, at 25psi my duty cycle is at 85%. I'm using a system 1 fuel filter, I can't remember the exact model off of the top of my head though (I just remember it was close to $150 for the filter because I was flipping out over the price). I'll have to try and find my receipt for it.

Yes, I know I was missing a bolt in this pic...I was still tightening everything up when I took the pic



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what clutch setup you have on there ?
It's an exedy twin plate...its not holding the power though, I'm hoping it's just because I've had it on for quite some time and abused it pretty hard. I'm ordering replacement disks and an intermediate plate and see if it holds...if not, I guess I'll be on the search for a stronger clutch.
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Old 08-28-13, 01:32 PM
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Exedy Twin disk is good for up to 650whp. After the overhaul that should be more than enough.
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nice kills on them american muscle....

Just for a thought i use a 6 pukc ACT sprung clutch... & holds very well.... sometimes too well...
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any reason you decided to run the fuel lines so close to the exhaust? personally i would have ran them down the drivers side. but i'm going with the same setup just not that side of the vehicle
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any reason you decided to run the fuel lines so close to the exhaust? personally i would have ran them down the drivers side. but i'm going with the same setup just not that side of the vehicle
I'm not understanding your question, the lines are ran the exact same way/position that the stock lines were. I'm even using the same clips to hold them in place, I dremelled out part of the clip to hold the larger diameter line though. The only thing I changed was the location of the fuel filter for easier access when it needs to be replaced. When all the guards are put back on, you can't even tell I have a modified fuel system.
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Good kills........the car running hard ........u got a beast there
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Good kills........the car running hard ........u got a beast there
Thanks for the compliments
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