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Figured Id make a quick short video of a car weve been messing with. Combo is a 363, Victor Jr heads, TFS Box R manifold, Si trim blower with 3.0/7 pulleys,83# injector and Holley EFI. Hopefully on the dyno next week, guessing to make 675 ish to the wheels.

Really just wanted to show, If you actually take the time, you can get these cars to drive VERY well.




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Dumb question, but is the o2 stub off the main harness long enough to connect to the sensor on a set of long tubes? What about the J2A harness for the second O2 on the Dominator?

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Awesome, I'm guessing maybe more than 675, what gas 93? intercooled?
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nice work freezy!
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Dumb question, but is the o2 stub off the main harness long enough to connect to the sensor on a set of long tubes? What about the J2A harness for the second O2 on the Dominator?

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I havent had any issues with that. Now running a turbo, it even reaches from under my passenger seat to the downpipe up by the radiator. The system in this car is an HP. No problem reaching and we mount it in the stock computer location.

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Awesome, I'm guessing maybe more than 675, what gas 93? intercooled?
Hopefully it does make more, we'll see what happens...last time on the Dyno with a PMS it made 660 ish. Only change was the Holley so we'll see what happens.

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way to go Brian!
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Really just wanted to show, If you actually take the time, you can get these cars to drive VERY well.
There it is, "If you actually take the time" to learn the system you're using. It seems like everyone seems to forget that portion of it. I put in my time and it has paid off for me. You put in your time and it's paid off for you, there's no shortcuts. I like the video, it's a good example for people to see. Now get back to work on your own Sh#t.

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There it is, "If you actually take the time" to learn the system you're using. It seems like everyone seems to forget that portion of it. I put in my time and it has paid off for me. You put in your time and it's paid off for you, there's no shortcuts. I like the video, it's a good example for people to see. Now get back to work on your own Sh#t.

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Yea, i'm in the process. Hopefully sometime in April it will actually run again.

This thing will be on the dyno Thursday, Hopefully it makes some steam.
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looks great! how does he have the radiator mounted? welded some tabs on the side of the tanks?

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looks great! how does he have the radiator mounted? welded some tabs on the side of the tanks?
Honestly I didn't look. I'm guessing that's what he did, but I'll have to look when I see it again.

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Quick update, car made 702/652 to the wheels. For how well this drives, were very happy with that.

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Quick update, car made 702/652 to the wheels. For how well this drives, were very happy with that.
We've talked about this before, simple combo and it makes good power. In the end, the customer must be happy and I know you're happy with the drivability..............Great job.
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Car made some nice #s Brian
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We've talked about this before, simple combo and it makes good power. In the end, the customer must be happy and I know you're happy with the drivability..............Great job.
Thanks, and I'd love to say it's me, But I'm really a small part. My Buddy Jimmy C is the man...

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Car made some nice #s Brian
Thanks. Jimmy has put some time building this for sure. I think this may have been over his place last time you were there?

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Nice work Brian. Is there a special reason to swap the pms ? My setup is similar 366, with your cam, afr205, Si-trim and pms.
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I havent had any issues with that. Now running a turbo, it even reaches from under my passenger seat to the downpipe up by the radiator. The system in this car is an HP. No problem reaching and we mount it in the stock computer location.
Any chance of a thread detailing HP install?

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You need a block off plate for the passenger side hole in the engine compartment! I recently fabbed one on the waterjet - let me know if you want a Solidworks parts or DXF.
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Any chance of a thread detailing HP install?
I was actually going to fully document it. I was talking to someone who writes for MM&FF about doing a PMS vs Holley swap, as that's what this had in it before. When his interest dropped on the article we just kind of said screw it.

Here was the final pull with the PMS vs the final pull with the Holley.

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Yea, i'm in the process. Hopefully sometime in April it will actually run again.

This thing will be on the dyno Thursday, Hopefully it makes some steam.
Newb question. What are the two canisters on the drivers side inner fender? Oil catch cans? One from each valve cover? What brand and where did you get them? Thanks!
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Those are oil catch cans, from Stef's

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Thanks man. So one line is coming from each valve cover?
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