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who is a good trustworthy person to help on Turbo Set up for SBF

Post  studly on November 27th 2009, 3:20 pm

Anybody had good experiences they would like to share or bad to stay away from.
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Post  gryphon68 on November 27th 2009, 8:46 pm

http://www.theturboforums.com/smf/index.php

What are the goals? Street Car, Street/Strip, or Max Effort?

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Post  studly on November 27th 2009, 9:15 pm

max effort small tire combination


here are the rules

400 Pro-Tree
No Break Out

BODY AND CHASSIS
01* tires limited to Mickey Thompson ET Drag 28X10.5 part numbers 3055, 3055S or ET Street Radial 275/60/15 part number 3754R
02* Must have stock frame rails intact from the drivers seat forward.
* Pre 1979 vehicles may have a bolt on aftermarket subframe front end.
* Pre 1974 Mustangs and Falcons may have a Mustang II front suspension conversion
03* Bolt on tubular K-member and A-arms are permitted
04* Rack and pinion conversions allowed
05* No wheelie bars
06* Must have all stock type headlights and taillights
07* All body panels other than hood and spoiler must have stock dimensions, no part may have exposed fasteners except the hood and deck lid, lexan must look like stock glass from 15' away
08* Total forward facing hood scoop height limited to 7 inches measured from the base of the windshield. Any rear opening cowl hood or clear forward scoop permitted.
09* Must retain firewall in the stock location
10* No gutted interior, must have 2 front seats and factory type dash, carpet and door panels.
11* Must measure within 1" of factory wheelbase, body may not be moved from stock location

MECHANICAL
12* base weights before any adjustments for combinations

Small Block
* small block naturally aspirated single carb 2600lbs
* small block naturally aspirated dual carbs 2700lbs
* small block nitrous, stock valve angle 2850lbs. Stock being 18 for Mopar, 20 for Ford and 23 for GM.
* small block nitrous, 15 degree valve angle up to less than stock 2950lbs
* small block nitrous, less than 15 degree or canted valve angle 3000lbs
* small block forced induction non-intercooled 3000lbs
* small block forced induction air to air intercooled or water/methanol injected 3100lbs
* small block forced induction air to water intercooled 3250lbs
* small block roots blown alcohol 3250lbs
Big Block
* naturally aspirated block big block 2950lbs
* nitrous big block 3200lbs must have 1650lbs on the nose
* no 4.6" or larger bore space blocks
* no forced induction big blocks
* no SV1 carbs on big blocks
* no fuel injected big blocks

13* C-460, Blue Thunder, Big Chief, Big Duke, spread port big block or equal head will not be permitted
14* Must have mufflers.
15* No Davis or any other traction control devices permitted. MSD 7531 is allowed.

INDUCTION
16* Gasoline will be the only fuel permitted, except roots blown entries which are allowed methanol
17* Only one power adder permitted per car
18* Turbo limited to single true 88mm or smaller, no sleeves or reducers permitted
19* Supercharger limited to Vortec XX, Procharger F1R, Roots type 8-71 or smaller units.
20* Water/methanol injection allowed with gasoline being the primary fuel only. At any time a racer can be instructed to empty their water/methanol tank and refill with washer fluid provided by tech
21* Air to water intercoolers must be in front of the firewall or under te dash. Under the dash intercoolers must be covered by the dash with less than 3" protruding beneath the dash and may not go down to the floor. There will not be any exceptions or one time race allowance to this rule.
22* No programmable boost controllers or any type throttle stop allowed, all boost controllers must be manual and mechanical
23* Nitrous limited to 1 stage. Second systems must be removed while at the race. 2nd system plates must be removed and fogger plumbing removed. Fogger nozzles can remain individually capped off.
24. All nitrous solenoids must be grounded to the closest carb stud and all positive leads must connect to a single power wire within 6" of the carb. Nitrous wiring must be easy to trace with no loom, wire covering or bundled with other wires.
24. Only one nitrous bottle of any size permitted in the car.
24* Progressive controllers not allowed, nitrous solenoids must have short visible ground going to a carb stud or throttle body bolt with no other wires and no tape or loom. Racers must remove controllers from the vehicle.
25* Single carb only except for roots supercharged units or small block NA cars
26* All nitrous purge discharge tubes must be pointed away from any openings in the hood and the plume must be visibly all outside the engine bay.
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Post  drummond race cars on January 12th 2010, 1:45 pm

We can help you with that type of setup and we are not too far away. Im sure if you go to budds creek you've seen some of our cars that we built.

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Post  whatbumper on January 13th 2010, 3:59 pm

Definitely a boost class. Very Happy

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