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Old 04-14-2016, 02:55 PM   #316
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My ears are burning. Im probably sticking with cast crank too. Never going to need more than 650 on the street and don't plan on racing ppl in "Mexico"...

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Unless I find a Cobra crank I will be sticking with the cast crank as well. It's really hard to pass up the cost effectiveness of your build Scotty. 650 is probably way more than necessary on the streets but it's a solid number to shoot for. Really my goal is to keep up with my buddies Evo just enough to make him sweat.
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Cast crank is substantially lighter, free, and strong to 700hp and about 7k RPM. Not sure why I'd need forged...

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Cast crank is substantially lighter, free, and strong to 700hp and about 7k RPM. Not sure why I'd need forged...

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Because after you've driven around with 650 hp for a few months, you will want 50-100 hp more, and then 50-100 hp after that, and so on.
The temptation is far to great with boost.

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Listen to you guys. "Yeah.I'll just keep it around 600. I won't need any more than that". Haha.
That's what you think now! Just wait until the horsepower takes over. It will have you selling your souls for forged parts!
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Rods and pistons I'm using aren't rated for much more. TBTH I actually have yet to see someone on the interwebs or IRL have a cast crank let go that wasn't caused by something else. If I happen upon another forged crank for damn cheap like my old one was then fine. I got that Teksid and crank for $250 and really should have kept it. I've been scanning CL for another blown Cobra motor that is being sold cheap to jump on but so far nothing. Guarantee I'll get my motor together and the very next day I'll see one lmao.

And no, for a street car I will not need more than that power level lol, at least not around here. If I ever need more than that I'm going to do it in style. BMW E36 M3 with a Turbo L33 Vortec and a T-56.


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-Cast Crank=free
-Boss rods=$180 shipped
-Manley Pistons=$500 shipped

Pistons rated for 750, rods are good for about that, no need for forged crank when the pistons and rods aren't going to hold past what the cast crank will.
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Just got some interesting news today. A buddies coworker is willing to pay $2,800 for my blower and another $800 to install it and some fuel system parts. So I may be going turbo much sooner than expected.
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That's awesome!

Soon you will be opening your own shop... "JDF Performance"
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Haha as fun as that would be, I like my union job too much and I would burn myself out trying to run a performance shop
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Haha no not this time, I promise
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I've been slowly trying to compile a list of things that I will need to complete the swap. Feel free to chip in anything that you guys may think I will need.

-On3 turbo kit (70mm turbo, upgraded 4 inch intercooler)
-UPR Front k-member kit (Control arms, K-member, Coilovers)
-Siemens Deka 60lb injectors (already have)
-Fuel pump (I don't know what is currently in the car)
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-Spark plugs
-fluids (engine oil, coolant)
-Jegs/Summit Racing oil filter relocation ki

That's all I can think of for now.
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A saw to cut a hole in the fender for the exhaust to exit.
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Yeahh that's not gonna happen, I think I'd get tired of it after the first few drives and I don't need to piss off my neighbors when I'm getting home around 4:00am
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That's the only thing that I could think of.

So the On3 kit is pretty complete, huh?
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Dammit, you should not have mentioned that to you, now I'm wondering if it's possible to run a different k-member and just dump the exhaust out the front.

Yeah the kit is fairly complete other than fuel items.
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That's probably one of the reasons that people do it. It simplifies the exhaust system. And the turbos act like mufflers of sort, but it will still be pretty loud.

Will you need to upgrade the MAF and TB? Or is that included in the kit?
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Yeah most people also do it for "racecar" status I believe, I think it looks tacky. I will need an upgraded MAF because the factory one is pegged as it is. I have a SCT BA3000 sitting in my garage that's ready to go, but I think that it will be easier to go to the blow through setup that On3 offers versus trying to fab up an intake pipe to accept the draw through SCT.
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Buy new clamps. Unless they have upgraded in the last year that was the one cheap part left.

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The v-band clamps? Do you happen to know if their oil filter relocation kit has gotten better?
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A Turbo blanket perhaps?

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I've considered it but I feel the money would be better off spent ceramic coating the hot side. But that's an easy enough mod to do later on.

So far it's looking like I'll be able to take this to the track later this month before teardown begins.
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Awesome!
It will be interesting to see how the times compare to the Vette.
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Yeah I'm quite curious as well. This car should be just as capable as the vette but it will be much harder to launch this one. I'm gonna try and convince a buddy with a C7 to go so that I have something to compare to.
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So I figured it was time for an update. The guy who was going to buy my supercharger ended up buying a Shelby GT instead, so that throws out a turbo swap for the time being. I'm debating on the route I want to go and what my current plans for the car will be. Right now I'm considering buying an intercooler kit and retuning with my injectors and MAF to see where that gets me. I've been looking at doing some wheel spacers to make the 15s clear and hopefully get my 18s flush with the fender. What I am unsure of, and was hoping to get some help on, was deciding what size spacer to go with. I plan on doing the hubcentric spacer that MM sells. My wheels have a 6.2" backspacing and a +30mm offset. Any suggestions would be great. I'll try and take some fender pictures later today to get an idea of how much is needed.

In other news, for those who didn't check my thread in the track section, the car ran a 13.197 @ 110mph at the drag strip. Overall I'm happy with the times but there is definitely room for improvement. This was at 5800' elevation and a DA around 7800.
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So I figured it was time for an update. The guy who was going to buy my supercharger ended up buying a Shelby GT instead, so that throws out a turbo swap for the time being. I'm debating on the route I want to go and what my current plans for the car will be. Right now I'm considering buying an intercooler kit and retuning with my injectors and MAF to see where that gets me. I've been looking at doing some wheel spacers to make the 15s clear and hopefully get my 18s flush with the fender. What I am unsure of, and was hoping to get some help on, was deciding what size spacer to go with. I plan on doing the hubcentric spacer that MM sells. My wheels have a 6.2" backspacing and a +30mm offset. Any suggestions would be great. I'll try and take some fender pictures later today to get an idea of how much is needed.

In other news, for those who didn't check my thread in the track section, the car ran a 13.197 @ 110mph at the drag strip. Overall I'm happy with the times but there is definitely room for improvement. This was at 5800' elevation and a DA around 7800.
What time does that equate to at sea level? I assume mid 12s? Thats awesome man!

Sorry the deal fell thru. Im kicking around a used Vortech V2 right now near me on CL for $1200 or best offer. Says its missing the hardware kit is all, which is like $60 if thats all that is missing. If I really am going to make a go of it, I will see exactly what is needed for the kit to be 100%. Also I know I would need to look into fuel upgrades as well like a boost a pump or a fuel pump obviously. If its good and I can get the right deal my 03 could be supercharged by the end of summer. Then I will need to gather a whole slew of new suspension parts over the winter, like: LCAs, FL welded in subframes, rearend gears, boost and wideband gauge, and probably new rear tires too, just for starters. Why cant this stuff be easier and cheaper!

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What time does that equate to at sea level? I assume mid 12s? Thats awesome man!

Sorry the deal fell thru. Im kicking around a used Vortech V2 right now near me on CL for $1200 or best offer. Says its missing the hardware kit is all, which is like $60 if thats all that is missing. If I really am going to make a go of it, I will see exactly what is needed for the kit to be 100%. Also I know I would need to look into fuel upgrades as well like a boost a pump or a fuel pump obviously. If its good and I can get the right deal my 03 could be supercharged by the end of summer. Then I will need to gather a whole slew of new suspension parts over the winter, like: LCAs, FL welded in subframes, rearend gears, boost and wideband gauge, and probably new rear tires too, just for starters. Why cant this stuff be easier and cheaper!

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Yeah it calculates to like a 12.5 which is decent but still not living up to its full potential. Here's the time slip, I'm left lane.

That's a good deal of you manage to get it. I'm assuming non-intercooled based off the price? Check superchargersonline.com for the hardware, they may carry it.
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Yeah it calculates to like a 12.5 which is decent but still not living up to its full potential. Here's the time slip, I'm left lane.

That's a good deal of you manage to get it. I'm assuming non-intercooled based off the price? Check superchargersonline.com for the hardware, they may carry it.
Awesome man! Id kill for a mid 12 second car!

I did check and the hardware kit is like $60 if its just the hardware and not brackets etc. But it may be too good to be true. Ill see, hopefully they get back to me tomorrow and I can check it out on Friday. Even if I did get it, it would be a bit before I got the fuel upgrades, MAF, injectors if needed, install, tune, etc. Yeah no mention of a intercooler at all so I assume there isnt one. It may be a chance to at least jump on a well priced good used kit, we will see.

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Well I just shredded my serpentine belt while making a pull.
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People ask me pretty frequently, "why no boost or spray". What happened to you today is one reason lol. Money obviously is a big one for most of us, but I just don't want to deal with headaches like this. I still have cams and some porting to support them still on my list, but sometimes I wonder if it will be worth it (to me).

Hopefully you can figure out what caused it. I've also seen a lot of discussion about belts slipping, but it seems like they are pretty heavily modified. I wonder if she'll start eating alternators like Terminators do? Good luck man!


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I think it was just old and worn out. It didn't look to be in the best condition when I got the car so I can't say I'm surprised, just annoyed. Thankfully I didn't have a catastrophic failure that left me stranded, but about 1/3 of the belt is gone. Made a lot of noise all the way home and there's fiber strands everywhere now.
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What time does that equate to at sea level? I assume mid 12s? Thats awesome man!

Sorry the deal fell thru. Im kicking around a used Vortech V2 right now near me on CL for $1200 or best offer. Says its missing the hardware kit is all, which is like $60 if thats all that is missing. If I really am going to make a go of it, I will see exactly what is needed for the kit to be 100%. Also I know I would need to look into fuel upgrades as well like a boost a pump or a fuel pump obviously. If its good and I can get the right deal my 03 could be supercharged by the end of summer. Then I will need to gather a whole slew of new suspension parts over the winter, like: LCAs, FL welded in subframes, rearend gears, boost and wideband gauge, and probably new rear tires too, just for starters. Why cant this stuff be easier and cheaper!

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Yeah it calculates to like a 12.5 which is decent but still not living up to its full potential. Here's the time slip, I'm left lane.

That's a good deal of you manage to get it. I'm assuming non-intercooled based off the price? Check superchargersonline.com for the hardware, they may carry it.

A street car in the 12's was always my goal. To go faster the headaches and money increase and the street ability decreases exponentially. If you want to go faster buy a race car it's cheaper, easier, and safer. Unless that's what your planning is to turn it into a race car in that case good luck.


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A street car in the 12's was always my goal. To go faster the headaches and money increase and the street ability decreases exponentially. If you want to go faster buy a race car it's cheaper, easier, and safer. Unless that's what your planning is to turn it into a race car in that case good luck.


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That's very true, I just tend to have high expectations and 12s seems kind of mediocre to me
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