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Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by 10sec.hatch, Aug 18, 2006.

  1. 10sec.hatch

    10sec.hatch Junior Member

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    got my motor back yesterday and its finally time to go to the track after 3 weeks of being down from bending a rod
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    bent a stock rod...what kinda rods did you replace em with?
     
  3. 10sec.hatch

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    25psi took its toll on the rod and this was in a motor that was put in just for the hell of it while my other motor was being built now i have crower rods
     
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    wow
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    nice!

    i always wondered... how the hell do bolt the manifold to the head with all that pipe in the way?
     
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    are those stock sleeves? with no block guard?
     
  7. 10sec.hatch

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    no their benson sleeves 84.5mm bore
     
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    its called patience and taking your time its a tight fit real tight
     
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    Um WOW very very nice mang PLEASE let us know what you run. Please.
     
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    he ran 10s on a stock block [​IMG]
     
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    well i was gonna take it to the track last night but i blew 2 clutches on the dyno yesterday so i didnt happen
     
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    could you give us a bit more on the specs for what setup you're running?
     
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    benson 84.5 b18c1
    crower rods
    cp pistons 9:1
    stock gsr head
    toda timing belt
    exedy clutch-(blown)
    rc 1000cc injectors
    skunk itake manifold
    garett gt35r d.b.b. .58 t-4 housing
    full-race manifold and downpipe
    tial 40mm wastegate
    moroso oil pan
    aeromotive eliminator pump
    100 micron fuel filter
    aem ems
    fjo wideband
    m&h 26x13x8.5
    gator 600 hp axles
    car weight w/out driver 1805lbs
     
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    Nice times man and the skunk2 man is it ported and if not the skunk2 manifold took all that power wow most poeple just use the jg. What size throttle body are you running? Also what cams are you running sir?
     
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    so no cams.

    The manifold didnt take ALL of his power, ya never know, some people find engines without manifolds, and a 2-3 horsepower decrease to use a cheaper manifold seems like a worthwhile hit to save some money.
     
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    the whole top end is bone stock -the manifold and injectors. and it still retains the stock throttle body for now and the skunk manifold is not ported i think the main reason for the power output is due to the intercooler its nice having the iat's at 75 degrees going into the motor
     
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    and when its time to do valvetrain i can do it with the head still attached to the motor i actually prefer to do it that way
     
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    Wow. Very nice! A 3 week turnaround time on a block is awesome too. :thumbsup:
     
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    actually i sent this block out in may and i got it back last week so it was gone awhile i still have the other motor that was in there sitting on the ground deciding what i want to do with it
     
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