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Old 11-02-2013, 12:13 PM   #36
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Wow, great numbers! Must be a ton of fun to drive.
It is!.......was......
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Herw ya go guys! Destroyed piston
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Old 11-18-2013, 08:20 PM   #38
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So it only took two weeks to blow the motor. Impressive...
I don't believe the tune was very safe or conservative. There's no stock internal 3v thats gonna be pushing ~500rwhp safely. You had to of known you were on borrowed time.
If you were only running 7lbs and truly had a safe and conservative tune, you would've been making ~420rwhp and been able to beat the snot out of it for quite sometime.
On the bright side, now you have a reason to build the motor, double the boost, and spend lots of money.
I'm sorry for your loss, good luck!
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This is from my 1st motor lol
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:34 PM   #40
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So it only took two weeks to blow the motor. Impressive...
I don't believe the tune was very safe or conservative. There's no stock internal 3v thats gonna be pushing ~500rwhp safely. You had to of known you were on borrowed time.
If you were only running 7lbs and truly had a safe and conservative tune, you would've been making ~420rwhp and been able to beat the snot out of it for quite sometime.
On the bright side, now you have a reason to build the motor, double the boost, and spend lots of money.
I'm sorry for your loss, good luck!
I was there when they did the tune and he said that it was as conservative as he could make it. He said he dialed the timing right back and there was a good AFR, you could even smell how rich it was at times. But I fully blame the tuner on this one! It was at 477 rwhp I believe and the first pull was 517. I figured I was on borrowed time but I was only planning to drive it for a month and then put it away and build it over the winter but I guess I never made it to those last two weeks! Im going to build it all with my grandfather who has built many OHV engines so this should be New!

How much boost and what kind of numbers do you think it would be safe to run with a stock trans, but a fully built motor? I plan on changing out cams for some detroit rockers, forged crank, dish pistons and rods and FRPP intake manifold.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:49 PM   #41
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600 hp is what I've been told.
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Old 11-18-2013, 10:56 PM   #42
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And you'll actually lose a lot of power running those cams, the lope is bad for the boost. If your gonna stick with a turbo stock cams or turbo grind cams are what you need.
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And you'll actually lose a lot of power running those cams, the lope is bad for the boost. If your gonna stick with a turbo stock cams or turbo grind cams are what you need.
The turbo grind cams won't have a lope to them though will they? That's why I want the upgraded cams.
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Old 11-18-2013, 11:00 PM   #44
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No none at all. The lope causes you to lose power with a turbo. Sorry no hot rod cams unless you don't care about the loss of hp. I was gonna get cams for mine too until I found out.
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Old 11-19-2013, 08:45 AM   #45
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I've read the 3650 is rated at 375 torque and that is also listed on tremic's site. the weak point is the 10 spline input shaft. id suggest replacing it if you want to make big power. i have seen two other s197 one with a procharger making 480/430 and another one with a big kit making 415/460 both of them broke their trans one at the track and the other on the highway just normal shifting into third.

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and here is a link to a video of the tranny I have.
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