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Old 09-14-2012, 09:21 AM   #71
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Bad *** is that a v3?
Thank you it's a V-2
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Old 09-14-2012, 11:13 AM   #72
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Wish I could find a used v2 some where.

Not sure about the sq technology on the v3.
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Old 09-14-2012, 01:10 PM   #73
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I love my loud v1. Wish I wasn't selling it. You can pay 350 and get the T-trim upgrade done and beat the v3 Si and v2 Si
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I love my loud v1. Wish I wasn't selling it. You can pay 350 and get the T-trim upgrade done and beat the v3 Si and v2 Si
Are you referring sending your head unit to vortech to get a T trim upgrade for $350??
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Ya that will tun more than 350$ lol. T trim upgrade is in the 700 range. Si is around 400. Ive done both and honestly i prefer the si over the t. Spools quicker and basically the same boost up top. T will make slightly higher numbers but takes longer to get there and only really helps with long tubes and aftermarket intake like the eddy along with cams. I run all this and still prefer the Si. Vortech is soon releasing a TI trim though that spools fast and builds better boost than the t but it cant be an upgrade, only a new purchase
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Old 09-16-2012, 10:34 AM   #76
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Thanks for that info!
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Ya that will tun more than 350$ lol. T trim upgrade is in the 700 range. Si is around 400. Ive done both and honestly i prefer the si over the t. Spools quicker and basically the same boost up top. T will make slightly higher numbers but takes longer to get there and only really helps with long tubes and aftermarket intake like the eddy along with cams. I run all this and still prefer the Si. Vortech is soon releasing a TI trim though that spools fast and builds better boost than the t but it cant be an upgrade, only a new purchase
Thanks for the info. I got the two mixed up. I was thinkin of the Si.
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Old 10-06-2012, 02:50 PM   #78
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It's back!!! Just got my engine back from the machine shop. It will be back in within the next week or two. Here is the picture of the piston and head from where the valve spring broke.
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All forged internals, how much for what we see in the pic?

Fired up!
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All forged internals, how much for what we see in the pic?

Fired up!
Yes all forged Teksid 2v with stage 3 ported polished head JE pistons and eagle h beam rods arp2000 fasteners cobra oil pump with billet gears billet block girdle. This block is built to easily hold 1000hp plus. Price tag little over 10 grand. Ouch!! Oh well
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Old 10-06-2012, 04:59 PM   #81
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Outrageous!!!!
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It's about time!!! I can't wait to see that thing back in your car
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Old 10-07-2012, 02:15 PM   #83
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It's about time!!! I can't wait to see that thing back in your car
Dude no doubt !! It took a lot longer than I anticipated but that's also because I kept adding stuff to the build. I should have it back on the road by the end of the month. I am going to drive it for a thousand miles before I up the boost.
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Old 10-07-2012, 02:40 PM   #84
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What boost will you end up with in the end?
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What boost will you end up with in the end?
My goal was to have a safe 600 rwp street car. I should have about 16-18lbs of boost with a 2.75 pulley.
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Nice!!!!
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Yes all forged Teksid 2v with stage 3 ported polished head JE pistons and eagle h beam rods arp2000 fasteners cobra oil pump with billet gears billet block girdle. This block is built to easily hold 1000hp plus. Price tag little over 10 grand. Ouch!! Oh well
Glad you got it back! Nice internals That will be insane!
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Dude no doubt !! It took a lot longer than I anticipated but that's also because I kept adding stuff to the build. I should have it back on the road by the end of the month. I am going to drive it for a thousand miles before I up the boost.
I hear ya, 600hp will be easy for you. What cams did you end up going with? I don't remember if you said it before or not
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Old 10-07-2012, 04:24 PM   #89
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I kept my xe270 comp cams. I figure I will get use to the new power and next year send my blower back to vortech for the SI update
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That's cool man. When you do the Si upgrade I would highly recommend a set of blower cams. Running that kinda boost, the 270s will actually hold your numbers back due to boost blow by
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FINALY IT'S BACK!!! Got my engine back from machine shop and my Innovators West 10% overdrive crank pulley ready for installation. It's time to start installing intake and upper plenum. Oh a friendly reminder of what happened to start this little project haha
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FINALY IT'S BACK!!! Got my engine back from machine shop and my Innovators West 10% overdrive crank pulley ready for installation. It's time to start installing intake and upper plenum. Oh a friendly reminder of what happened to start this little project haha
Love that pulley! What is that one for?
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Love that pulley! What is that one for?
Sorry, I just need to read. Lol. It looks so sleek.
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Old 10-18-2012, 06:27 PM   #94
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It's ALIVE!! Finally she is running again and should be on the dyno Saturday
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Man that looks sweet! Good job on the install!
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It's ALIVE!! Finally she is running again and should be on the dyno Saturday
Woooooooooooo!
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Thanks guys..i still have a bunch little things to do like adding the Moroso breather tank. I also have a bunch of stainless t clamps for all my hoses. Im so ready to take it for a ride.
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Thanks guys..i still have a bunch little things to do like adding the Moroso breather tank. I also have a bunch of stainless t clamps for all my hoses. Im so ready to take it for a ride.
Can't wait to see your dyno results.
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Give us an idle/rev video!!! We've been waiting forever!!
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Nice man that engine bay looks sexy!
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Give us an idle/rev video!!! We've been waiting forever!!
Should have a video up in a few days
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Here's a video of my car on start up. It should be on the rollers Tuesday. We are going to do a base run to compare to the old set up before changing blower pulleys. http://youtu.be/z4Vb00rV8bU
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Wow

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Wow
Wow bad assasssssss
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Sounds great man. Can't wait to see how she does!
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I Got to bring my baby home yesterday. It made 521rwp/438tq. I am happy with that because we only pulled it to 6250. I ran out of fuel. The good thing is I have an 03-04 cobra tank and twin 340 aeromotive stealth pumps going In and running an 8an line to the fuel rails. Aric my tuner said he sees no problem pulling this motor to 7300 once I Have the volume at the rails. The edelbrock intake lost 10ftlbs of torque up to 4600 but at 5000rpm it takes off Wow!! I am still running a 3.125 blower pulley when I finish my fuel i want to go down 1 pulley size and hopefully get me to the 550-575 power range. Im gonna have to put the meth kit on to get to the 600 number guess in have to wait and see
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