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post #1 of 10 Old 05-26-2007, 01:04 AM Thread Starter
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new track times for my turbo coupe.. stock block

Hey fellas, just got back from moroso in west palm beach and got some decent runs with my stang.. First pass I blew an intercooler pipe at about 900 ft. It still ran an [email protected] My next pass, I foot braked the car, came out a dead 60' of 1.82 and still mustered up a [email protected] This was hitting the rev limiter at 1000' and staying in it... I then tried the trans brake, but that blew the drag radials up in smoke, that pass was an [email protected] with a 2.1 sixty foot.. I'm super happy with the car and got thrown out of the track for no roll cage/5point harness blah blah blah..

cliff notes.. car ran [email protected] with 12lbs of boost/stock bottom end/no custom chip or program.. just good old fashion timing and fuel pressure..

I have a vid but got to figure out how to post it..


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must post combination? and what meter and injector are you running also?

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combo is pretty simple..
bg turbo headers
t70 master power
stock block
edelbrock heads
trickflow cam stage 1 and trickflow intake
42lb injector
aeromotive fuel system
pmas 75mm mass air
NO CHIP OR FLASH
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3:55 gears with a built rear
car still has a/c
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almost identical to my runs and set-up....nice

i have a t66 with afr's and went [email protected] stock tune and block also

work on that 60' and watch how much faster they kick you out......i only get 1 run in now.heh
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First pass I blew an intercooler pipe at about 900 ft.

Sounds like someone didn't use T-bolt clamps on the boost piping

Nice times

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very nice times for the setup.

I kept blowing off intercooler piping as well. I welded a bead althe way around the tube, switched to t bolts and still had the problem. turned out i had a bad motormount and it was letting the motor flex over just enough to pull the tube off. I wasted alot of runs doing that, LOL.

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untuned stock block

hey guys was reading post and both of your cars r just like the one i just put together. the only thing is i cant get no boost up need help
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Link to the video of my run..


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCm7H3ZVlU4
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Pablo is really smart when it comes to mustangs and srt-4's. Took my srt-4 down there to a few of his dyno days. I'm pretty sure I saw your stang on the dyno. Looks familiar. Sweet runs man. I'm going to see what I get out of it on the stock bottom end. Good ole timing and fuel pressure FTW. Once I get my coupe squared away we'll have to duke it out at the track one night
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no prob bro, btw I like your avatar

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