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Old 02-10-2018, 01:57 AM   #41
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So I towed a 12k bumper pull generator with the setup but was only about 25 miles of flat land. did fine but felt pretty heavy at the same time. I have not tried to pull my gooseneck with it and probably will not try. think when I get home I'm going to shed some weight off of it and that will be one thing to go but not 100% on that.
I towed 10k with a 476/96/T6 on 250% overs on a low compression 5.9 over the Smokey mountains. With a manual valve body it wasnít bad, keep the duration low and delay the shifts. Not recommended for daily towing but can be useful occasionally. That single is larger than your secondaries and not even compounded. If you know how to properly manipulate your transmission towing is simple
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Old 02-11-2018, 10:43 PM   #42
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I towed 10k with a 476/96/T6 on 250% overs on a low compression 5.9 over the Smokey mountains. With a manual valve body it wasnít bad, keep the duration low and delay the shifts. Not recommended for daily towing but can be useful occasionally. That single is larger than your secondaries and not even compounded. If you know how to properly manipulate your transmission towing is simple
Biggest plus of stand alone. I can change my tranny shift points on the fly . No need to go bigger until I get better rods. I have plenty of air but the rods scar me.
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Biggest plus of stand alone. I can change my tranny shift points on the fly . No need to go bigger until I get better rods. I have plenty of air but the rods scar me.
Thatís why I run singles much easier imo to keep a stock bottom end together. All I had was studs, springs, push rods, and rod bolts
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Old 02-12-2018, 04:54 PM   #44
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I bent rods quick with my compound setup. glad they only bent. went to carrillo and mahle monotherm
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Thatís why I run singles much easier imo to keep a stock bottom end together. All I had was studs, springs, push rods, and rod bolts
Bottom end ainít stock. 12v rods polished/cryoed
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ya I lined my mains did 14mm girdle, h series bearings, carrillo and mahle monotherm for bottom end
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Old 02-13-2018, 09:12 PM   #47
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Bottom end ainít stock. 12v rods polished/cryoed
I wouldnít call 12 valve rods built either more like a bandaid
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ya they overhype the hell out of these damn 12v rods. Hope it works out for you though. wish I would have gone with a different rod as well honestly but it is done now.
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Old 02-14-2018, 12:28 PM   #49
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I wouldnít call 12 valve rods built either more like a bandaid
Why I did not go with big nozzles. Donít think they will hold much more then Iím pushing now. I have plenty of air for more fuel but wonít do it till I change out my rods
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