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Old 08-12-2013, 12:33 AM   #1
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Wow this is one mean 2v



I want to do a awesome build like this but want to go single turbo...just need a lot of $$$$ for the supporting mods, how can a dd 2v handle that much? Even with a forged rotating assembly.
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There are a LOT of 2V cars in the 700+whp range with ported heads, edelbrock intake, blower cams and 20+ psi. 4V will still make the power easier but boost is the great equalizer.
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Is that all they need to be in that range? (Including forged rotating assembly)
That would be bada**
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Beefed up rear end and I would think the tranny
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How built of a rear end would be good?? This is my first actual "fast" car lol never even considered being able to build big numbers.
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Something like 31 spline LSD with carbon clutches, and 31 spline moser axles with a set of gears
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Well at least i got some gears lol quite a build and $ left to go to even consider that amount of power.
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For a solid axle rear? Torque arm/PH setup, 33 spline limited slip with beefy axles, a good set of LCAs, full length subframes and a cage. And suspension, suspension, suspension. For drag I'd do the UPR front K/coilover setup and a good set of drag springs/shocks out back, for corner carving you've got really only Max Motorsports as the single quality "budget" option for going around turns like a boss, then to get crazier you look at A47/Griggs. You'll also need to upgrade your trans to a 26 spline input shaft, upgrade the forks and get a really strong clutch. Or just go auto which is what 9/10 cars making that sort of power wind up doing, at least for straight line racing.

So that's it in a nutshell, not cheap and the motor is just a single piece of a greater whole. You can have all the power in the world but without getting it to the ground you'll have a dyno queen and that's it. Case in point, the numerous GT500 owners out there making 800+ to the wheels on mostly stock suspension and they wonder why they can't even run a 10 second 1/4 when the dude in the ported Eaton Termi with the auto/solid rear swap and setup for drag is running 9s.
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You know how much the stock rear end (with just a new gears kit) can withstand? Just curious how much I can go safely...thanks again
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You should be safe at the stock rotating assy power levels as long as you are not running slicks. However, you should at least do the clutch pack upgrade to your current stock rear.
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