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Stenod Performance single turbo kit track results......

9.13 @ 155mph so far, and I still don't really know what I'm doing. I'm extremely happy with this kit, I'm having fun now!

This is a total street motor, hyd. roller cam, 6200rpm ceiling. Also has a tight PTC converter and 3.27 gears. Race weight is a tad over 3200#.

I only have 2 full passes in it now, and a handful of aborted ones because the car got a little loose. I need more seat time, but the track officials aren't going to let me until I put a chute on the car (which I didn't want to do), and get a comp license. There's obviously easy 8's in it.

Oh well, time to put the drag radials back on it and go cruisin'

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Whats your combo? Turbo size?


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347,TW heads, small hyd. roller, GT42 turbo.

Turbo kit, cam, and tune from Stenod Performance.
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That is awesome boosted........do you have some pic's of your set up to share?


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any website or other threads you could refer me to? ive searched "Stenod Performance" and came up with nothing. also, what intake manifold are you using?
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any website or other threads you could refer me to? ive searched "Stenod Performance" and came up with nothing. also, what intake manifold are you using?
Here's the other post:

https://www.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=682061
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thanks! that answered a lot ?'s i had. i want to know more about the cam specs, as im building something very similar. what i really need to know though is if stenod has a website, or any other information i can access online. did you ever think about puttin your upper radiator hose an bung on the side of the endtank at the top to avoid the turbo? how does the cooling system do on the street? i bet the coating makes a big difference there.
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They will hook you up. To be honest the cooling system still needs some work, when it's really hot out it doesn't cool as nicely as I'd like. We're going to get that fixed, just haven't had the time to deal with it yet.
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what do you attribute the cooling system inefficiencies to? how hot does it run? ever thought about wrapping or sleeving the turbine/dp? if its coated you shouldnt have to worry about moisture retention and rust. thanks for the link.
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Man that is awesome. Glad that you are getting some great result and satisfaction after all the money spent. What trans are you using? I have a powerglide that I just installed a PTC converter as well. I have a 9.5" 14 bladed converter from them and hope my car runs as well as yours . I've made 1177 RWHP and 1097 RWTQ to the tires using a 88mm turbo so I should do o.k.

Again, great job and keep it safe.

BTW, what size is that fuel cell that you have in your car? I may be taking my stock tank out soon and want at least a 10 gallon cell myself.

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Man that is awesome. Glad that you are getting some great result and satisfaction after all the money spent. What trans are you using? I have a powerglide that I just installed a PTC converter as well. I have a 9.5" 14 bladed converter from them and hope my car runs as well as yours . I've made 1177 RWHP and 1097 RWTQ to the tires using a 88mm turbo so I should do o.k.

Again, great job and keep it safe.

BTW, what size is that fuel cell that you have in your car? I may be taking my stock tank out soon and want at least a 10 gallon cell myself.

Dude your car is bad ass! I've been following your progress on the other board since you had the 74mm on it. I'm sure yours will run a lot stronger than mine, mine does not have the potential to make that kind of power. But I do still have at around 6psi left once I get the suspension sorted out

The PTC 14 blade will rock, it runs great in my car. I have a TH400 in it though. I don't have a fuel cell, the cell you see in the pics is a water cell. I still have the stock tank with a sump in it. I think I will change to the cell though, because I want to put coil overs on it and a 28.10.5w tire. I only race at local tracks that aren't the greatest, and there's always street tire neons tearing up the track.

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Man thanks for the kind words but this is your thread and your time to shine as it is.

My bad, I thought was a fuel cell but after your explaination, I can clearly see the little pump that pumps the water. BTW I really like the car color too

Anyways, again great job man and I will be checking up on your thread periodically for updates.

Oh and that thing will look real mean with 28x10.5" "W"s under it. I too am thinking about doing that as well as coil-overs too. I'll keep you posted.

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i wish my engine bay looked like that!!
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I gotta give props to the red coupes when I see em That's a great looking and great running car you've got. Is that Stenod's drag radial kit? Mind if I ask how much boost you made on that pass?
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Thanks for the props. It's just a custom kit from Stenod's, it was built so that I could run a big turbo on it at a later date. I don't know exact boost because the data logger wasn't working, but it's somewhere around 21-22psi. According to the map, the turbo should work better up around 28psi, so that's what we'll try once I get the car working a little better.
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That's an awesome ride and some very serious times. Keep up the good work...I'm anxious to see what kind of times you run when you get the chassis worked out.

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Turbo kit, cam, and tune from Stenod Performance.

http://stenodracing.com/shop/

Did they make you a turbo kit, or you have 1 of the 1's from there site which appear to be from Pro Turbo?

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Thanks much for the compliments guys.

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http://stenodracing.com/shop/

Did they make you a turbo kit, or you have 1 of the 1's from there site which appear to be from Pro Turbo?

No, it was a completely custom kit. I think they are a pro turbo kits dealer, but most of the stuff they do is custom. This kit is all stainless on the hot side (except the downpipe, which is ceramic coated), and all aluminum on the cold side.
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A TH400 huh? I thought you were running a C4.
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A TH400 huh? I thought you were running a C4.

I tore up the c4 3 times just running mid 9's with the T-trim, so after I got it back from being completely updated and rebuilt from JPT, I figured it would be smart to sell it while it was still worth something. Plus I got a killer deal on the TH400
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nice car, and wow, that thing is RED

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