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Old 05-23-2011, 03:40 PM   #36
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Why did he take it from being a sc cobra to a turbo. That stock eaton is actually a pretty strong sc
Because he's limited to about 550rwhp with that... And he only has to have 16psi of boost to get to 750rwhp, and that gives him serious bragging rights.
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16psi is actually alot of boost
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Old 05-23-2011, 04:04 PM   #38
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Considering most superchargers start at 6-9 psi
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Re: Transmission issue

my friends supercharger is at 15lbs making 760hp
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my friends supercharger is at 15lbs making 760hp
What kind of car?
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Old 05-23-2011, 04:18 PM   #41
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Considering most superchargers start at 6-9 psi
Umm...? Drusmith(spelling?) is running in the high teens with a 2.2 KB I believe making around 600rwhp... 16psi with 750hp is nothing
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What kind of car?
2003 2500 gmc 6.0 liter
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Old 05-23-2011, 04:19 PM   #43
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2003 2500 gmc 6.0 liter
Lol... Thats a 6.0. You have a 4.6, it'll take a little more.
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Old 05-23-2011, 04:23 PM   #44
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It is alot considering you The most a kb will do on a 4.6 is 25 and they start at 8
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Also you can't safely run more then 10 psi on a stock engine so I'd say having to redo your internals just to run more boost is a considerable amount
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Lol... Thats a 6.0. You have a 4.6, it'll take a little more.
true. but i have dohc and he has one cam down the middle. i have 4v heads and he has 2v heads. big difference there too
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true. but i have dohc and he has one cam down the middle. i have 4v heads and he has 2v heads. big difference there too
I bet you could make around the same 750hp with a turbo...
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He could do that with a super charger. He'd just have to do other stuff too like new heads and cams
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He could do that with a super charger. He'd just have to do other stuff too like new heads and cams
But with a lot more boost...
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Old 05-23-2011, 06:38 PM   #50
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Lol well duh, I have an uncle that is the head mechanic at a track in Texas and he has built a 4.6 gt twice cause this rich kid wrecked it and it had a twin screw sc and it was pushing 1100rwhp on a sohc. I'm not sure why this kid wants something like that but it is very possible. My car is a 2v and all I have is a full exhaust and a cai and my car dynos at 315. That's from roughly 240rwhp
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Lol well duh, I have an uncle that is the head mechanic at a track in Texas and he has built a 4.6 gt twice cause this rich kid wrecked it and it had a twin screw sc and it was pushing 1100rwhp on a sohc. I'm not sure why this kid wants something like that but it is very possible. My car is a 2v and all I have is a full exhaust and a cai and my car dynos at 315. That's from roughly 240rwhp
1100 hp on a 2 valve? What twin screw was he running?
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I'll have to ask. I believe a whipple
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You also have to remember he works on a race track so he could have put race performance cams heads and other parts.
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I don't need 750 hp in a daily driver. I'm content with 500 hp. I'm having trouble keeping tires on it now as is lol
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Old 05-23-2011, 08:31 PM   #55
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Lol yea I know. I don't need tons of power for my street driver. I think 500-600 will be plenty. Well to beat anything on the streets around here
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You also have to remember he works on a race track so he could have put race performance cams heads and other parts.
I think you need to get the full details because 1100 from a 2 valve 4.6 and a whipple is sounding pretty mythical. Definitely more details needed.

I'm sure with enough money it can be done, but to just say 1100 on a 4.6 and a twin screw is very misleading because it will take a ton more than just that.
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I think you need to get the full details because 1100 from a 2 valve 4.6 and a whipple is sounding pretty mythical. Definitely more details needed.

I'm sure with enough money it can be done, but to just say 1100 on a 4.6 and a twin screw is very misleading because it will take a ton more than just that.
Would you believe 2000 hp out of a twin turbo 454? On 93 octane???
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Would you believe 2000 hp out of a twin turbo 454? On 93 octane???
Yes, because there is a lot more potential out of a turbo motor and a big block with 454 ci than out of a twin screw and a small block with only 281 ci.
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Yes, because there is a lot more potential out of a turbo motor and a big block with 454 ci than out of a twin screw and a small block with only 281 ci.
Lol... Shutdown.
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Yes, because there is a lot more potential out of a turbo motor and a big block with 454 ci than out of a twin screw and a small block with only 281 ci.
Lol ok I was just checking. I want one by nelsons racing. For my 67 chevy. Just too expensive. Dam good motor though
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Lol... Shutdown.
What do you mean shutdown? I was just asking if he would believe it
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What do you mean shutdown? I was just asking if he would believe it
I was joking...
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I was joking...
Ok. I honestly didn't believe it. That's a lot of stress on a 454 block. I dont see how it don't destroy u joins with that kind of power
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Ok. I honestly didn't believe it. That's a lot of stress on a 454 block. I dont see how it don't destroy u joins with that kind of power
Lol, id love to see the kind of suspension needed to put down that amount of power...
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Ok. I honestly didn't believe it. That's a lot of stress on a 454 block. I dont see how it don't destroy u joins with that kind of power
A big block can push 700-800 naturally aspirated on 93 octane. If you set the car up the right way, with a turbo, it wouldn't take a whole lot of boost to start pushing serious 4 digit numbers. The 2000 hp may be at the block, but I do think you could reach it with twin turbos. With low compression pistons and about 12-15 psi, I would expect a good bit of power.

A good example is the ford gt. There is a turbo one out there that was making somewhere around 1200 rwhp on his low boost street tune. That is with just a 329 CI motor and I forgot the boost level. Add in another 125 ci to that and you will see a good bit of increase.
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Lol, id love to see the kind of suspension needed to put down that amount of power...
It would be more about the tires than the suspension. But it would take a good bit of suspension work to get the transfer right so not just blow the tires off. But the tires would need to be slicks....I don't see mickey's or nittos or m&h or hoosiers drag radials having any kind of shot of holding traction.
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Nelson racing has a YouTube channel you ought so see some of their cars. They go real big
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A bondoed up Honda with trim falling off tried to race my gt he had a fully stock engine and lined up bd said muscle cars are for little boys turned his boost up all the way and floored it and I drove by him and then his engine blew and I laughed at him as he said it's a 8 second car dude I just fergot to shift into seventh gear and I blew my crank rod. I didn't even know how to respond to that and I drove away, that's my ricer story
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