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Old 11-22-2017, 09:35 AM   #21
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Went 6.11 at 116 this year with a 13mm 24v 5.9 stock 260k mile motor. Valve springs, pushrods, and a 188/220 were the only things done to the motor.
What turbo setup, stout run!
 
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Went 6.11 at 116 this year with a 13mm 24v 5.9 stock 260k mile motor. Valve springs, pushrods, and a 188/220 were the only things done to the motor.


What turbos
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Since the cat is out of the bag this is for ODSS 5.90 class
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69/73 and a smoothboore s488 externally gated. The 6.11 pass was with a 200 shot.
 
Old 11-22-2017, 12:25 PM   #25
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69/73 and a smoothboore s488 externally gated. The 6.11 pass was with a 200 shot.
Dare not say a 69sxe?.....
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Did this lose interest fast because no one has or no one wants to share?
 
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Did this lose interest fast because no one has or no one wants to share?


Probably a little of both. Might have a solution for getting up on the converter though.
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Old 12-05-2017, 12:06 PM   #29
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I think I am going to run an 88sxe with a 2,800 stall with a little juice to get it moving. Hoping that will do the trick.
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Old 12-05-2017, 12:31 PM   #30
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I think I am going to run an 88sxe with a 2,800 stall with a little juice to get it moving. Hoping that will do the trick.
You best have a way loose converter.
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I think I am going to run an 88sxe with a 2,800 stall with a little juice to get it moving. Hoping that will do the trick.
I am not familiar with your ride, but you best have a way loose converter. When the ambients went above 80*F and a 3000 stall, we couldn't hardly get lit even with spooling nitrous. S480 with billet compressor and a 1.0 exhaust housing.

The clutch changed all that.
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You best have a way loose converter.
We will end up going tighter with it after we get the new build bugs worked out.
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Old 12-06-2017, 05:23 AM   #33
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I am not familiar with your ride, but you best have a way loose converter. When the ambients went above 80*F and a 3000 stall, we couldn't hardly get lit even with spooling nitrous. S480 with billet compressor and a 1.0 exhaust housing.

The clutch changed all that.
sounds like you had something funky going on. We lit an s480 w a 1.10 housing on fuel with a 2300 stall converter pretty effortlessly. Levis had an 80/96/1.10 T4 that he lit on fuel very easily with a 2800 stall
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Very good possibility we had something going on. We started out with the spooling valve. Once removed, it actually spooled better.

I know it was aggravating enough to pull the trigger on the clutch set-up for us.

Sorry about the double post. Not real sure what happened there.
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Very good possibility we had something going on. We started out with the spooling valve. Once removed, it actually spooled better.

I know it was aggravating enough to pull the trigger on the clutch set-up for us.

Sorry about the double post. Not real sure what happened there.
Didn't you post a pic where the charge pipe was only tack welded, major boost leak? After you stripped the truck down.
 
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Yep. Only this was way after we installed the clutch. All our runs with the power glide were with our old set-up which brings to light what may have been our issue.

We didn't have the A/W installed at the time. I realize now this would have made a significant difference when the ambient temps were higher when it comes to spooling.
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