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Post  chappy89 on November 1st 2009, 6:14 pm


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Post  Coupe Devil on November 1st 2009, 7:32 pm

Yeah thats no slouch!
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Post  fastford600 on November 1st 2009, 8:22 pm

has it always been bbf this car sbf before didn't it? what kind of power does is car make?
any way this is one bad mother!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
thanks for the vid
logan lol! lol! lol!
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Post  chappy89 on November 1st 2009, 9:28 pm

Yeah. We had a 364" with a 106mm billet Precision turbo on it. Decided to go big to try to keep up with the Jones's.

Power level should be around 2500-2700 with the 88's.

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Post  fastford600 on November 1st 2009, 9:43 pm

how much boost?
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Post  chappy89 on November 1st 2009, 9:51 pm

Right now we only have a 3 bar MAP, so 30psi. But we will be getting a 4 bar so we can turn it up to at least 35psi.

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Post  billandlori on November 2nd 2009, 12:58 am

That thing is awesome!! 2500+ HP and a smooth idle, gotta love turbo's!!

Very nice car man!!

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Post  Northwest outlaw on November 2nd 2009, 10:47 am

cool deal
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Post  chappy89 on November 2nd 2009, 10:49 am

Thanks guys! Just gotta figure out this starting problem with the mechanical pump.

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Post  Northwest outlaw on November 2nd 2009, 10:55 am

Are you running a belt drive pump and fuel inj?
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Post  chappy89 on November 2nd 2009, 10:59 am

I have a Peterson external oil pump, with a hex drive cable going to the rear of the car, and an Aeromotive Atomic hex drive mechanical pump mounted in the rear. The starter turns the motor around 100 rpm, which is not enough to make fuel pressure. We started it with a Weldon 2345, but we're not keeping that in the car. Been trying to figure out how to start it without using a priming pump. We have a BS3, dual 160lb injectors, and I have the starting pulse width at the highest it will go. Still nothing. It will start and run with the mechanical pump using a cordless drill. Any thoughts?

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Post  Northwest outlaw on November 2nd 2009, 11:04 am

I was thinking down the lines of a check vavle in the fuel line to help hold the fuel psi in the inline. I dont know if this will work or not but worth a try.
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Post  bruno on November 2nd 2009, 11:13 am

bad azz car Chappy .... but what is going to happen when you make that pass and you have all that exhaust heat coming off those headers ???? what if she starts to spu fuel or coolant ???? its going to be all over the windshield ...... just curious
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Post  gryphon68 on November 2nd 2009, 12:18 pm

chappy89 wrote:I have a Peterson external oil pump, with a hex drive cable going to the rear of the car, and an Aeromotive Atomic hex drive mechanical pump mounted in the rear. The starter turns the motor around 100 rpm, which is not enough to make fuel pressure. We started it with a Weldon 2345, but we're not keeping that in the car. Been trying to figure out how to start it without using a priming pump. We have a BS3, dual 160lb injectors, and I have the starting pulse width at the highest it will go. Still nothing. It will start and run with the mechanical pump using a cordless drill. Any thoughts?

What pulley ratio are you spinning the Peterson pump?

This is gasoline, right? Not methanol?

My current combination has a Red Aeromotive Belt Drive Pump with a single set of 160# injectors. Starts OK without primer pump.

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Post  chappy89 on November 2nd 2009, 12:22 pm

bruno wrote:bad azz car Chappy .... but what is going to happen when you make that pass and you have all that exhaust heat coming off those headers ???? what if she starts to spu fuel or coolant ???? its going to be all over the windshield ...... just curious

The pipes through the hood idea is just an idea...Not real sure how it's going to work. We've thought about all the possibilities, and we just want to try it. We will quickly change them if it doesn't work. I kinda wanted to point them going outwards, but we will try this and see what happens.

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Post  chappy89 on November 2nd 2009, 12:25 pm

[quote=gryphon68]What pulley ratio are you spinning the Peterson pump?

This is gasoline, right? Not methanol?

My current combination has a Red Aeromotive Belt Drive Pump with a single set of 160# injectors. Starts OK without primer pump.[/quote]

Right now I have a 33 tooth pump pulley, and a 20 tooth crank pulley, which makes 60%. Aeromotive wants 66%, so I am going to order another pulley, but I really don't know if it will help. I have a race in two weeks we are trying to make, but if I can't start it, I won't be going anywhere.

Yes its Q16 gasoline.

Thanks

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Post  bruno on November 6th 2009, 7:07 am

chappy89 wrote:
bruno wrote:bad azz car Chappy .... but what is going to happen when you make that pass and you have all that exhaust heat coming off those headers ???? what if she starts to spu fuel or coolant ???? its going to be all over the windshield ...... just curious

The pipes through the hood idea is just an idea...Not real sure how it's going to work. We've thought about all the possibilities, and we just want to try it. We will quickly change them if it doesn't work. I kinda wanted to point them going outwards, but we will try this and see what happens.

would love to see that thing run at night bustin on the 2 step........ she would make for some wicked pics Twisted Evil
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