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Old 08-21-2009, 11:48 AM   #226
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wtf... does it have a 2k rpm powerband?

Is that a NA motor converted to FI?


Haha, This was before I had the belt kinks worked out and the belt jumped.

It was a built 2.5 turbo motor.
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Old 08-21-2009, 01:43 PM   #227
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True, on the highway it will start to come on at about 2800 if I give it gas.

Nice build though, on the version with the s/c mounted directly over the engine, is there an air water intercooler in use there? Is the air routed out of the s/c but not directly into the engine?
all the air , out of the s/c and the turbo are sent through the front mount . on my setup there is no air to water . however FAT did make a system witha center mount s/c and twin air to water intercoolers.
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Old 08-21-2009, 11:40 PM   #228
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Haha, This was before I had the belt kinks worked out and the belt jumped.

It was a built 2.5 turbo motor.
are you gonna do the twin charge system again? its good to see people still thinking outside the box man!
ya the belts are a real pain . trickier than originally anticipated for sure . i think we got it this time tho!

*unrealated but just got the RCE T2's coilovers with the gtworx top hats! yeaaaa boyeeee!
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Old 08-22-2009, 10:45 AM   #229
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Very interesting to see the progress. I was wondering why the supercharged turbo kit disappeared from the FAT site a little while back...I see it's because better things are in the works!
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Old 08-24-2009, 02:14 AM   #230
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are you gonna do the twin charge system again? its good to see people still thinking outside the box man!
ya the belts are a real pain . trickier than originally anticipated for sure . i think we got it this time tho!

*unrealated but just got the RCE T2's coilovers with the gtworx top hats! yeaaaa boyeeee!
Yes, but reddevil won't run till next year most likely. Although that means the ej33 sitting near it may be an option.... but only if I get some EXTRA cash. a built 2.5 is cheap, a built 3.3 is a tad more spendy, even doing it myself.

Keep at it!!!!
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Old 08-25-2009, 10:42 AM   #231
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Hey Dan,

Don't worry about the Nay Sayers... there all Haters. Remember my car? Everyone was saying the 40r was too big, the header was paired on the wrong cylinders, blah blah blah... nothing but a but a bunch of negitive nancy's if you ask me. Here I am 3 years later still driving around beating most street bikes and running 10 second 1/4 miles on a 40r that supposidly would never spool... SHOOOOOOOOSSHHHH!!!!! You and I both know Rob is an Amazing Fabricator and a damn genious when it comes to forced induction, so don't listen to the haters, and let the car speak for itself when the time is right.

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Old 09-05-2009, 12:50 PM   #232
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Dano, whats going on son. Car is looking good, i see rob has been using parts off some mustang cobras. This thing needs to make 700 at the wheels, if a honda can do it that motor better.
I swear to god, you better drive threw albuquerque when its all said an done an give me a ride, i did put the motor together. lol.
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Old 09-06-2009, 11:59 AM   #233
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Dano, whats going on son. Car is looking good, i see rob has been using parts off some mustang cobras. This thing needs to make 700 at the wheels, if a honda can do it that motor better.
I swear to god, you better drive threw albuquerque when its all said an done an give me a ride, i did put the motor together. lol.
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hey dirty harry!
ya thanks man , it is starting to come together for sure . hoping it will be done soon . i think i got a few gray hairs from it already lol! i would go through NM but im not allowed in the us so much these days . as in at all . long story. lol .
so that where u workin these days ? boostinc? hope all is goin well for ya dude . stay in touch
oh and where are the mustang parts?
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:48 AM   #234
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here are some pictures of the nearly finished product . the turbo is not installed but i think all the other plumbing is . check it yo .
sorry the pics are massive . im not the greatest with computers



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Old 09-10-2009, 09:50 AM   #235
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:52 AM   #236
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:57 AM   #237
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and again , the wires /hoses etc are not routed yet the way they will be when its done . my intension is to show the hard parts and fabrication . the little canister between the driverside manifold and the supercharger is the coolant resivoir on the front and on the backside an oil catch can . enjoy
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Old 09-10-2009, 10:07 AM   #238
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looking good man, overwhelming complexity at first look
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Old 09-10-2009, 10:08 AM   #239
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no denying the fab skills involved there... how are you gonna tune?
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Old 09-10-2009, 10:38 AM   #240
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That's just bad a$$... I mean honestly.. frickin bad a$$
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Old 09-10-2009, 12:15 PM   #241
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Crazy setup. How much power you expecting?
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Old 09-10-2009, 03:59 PM   #242
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Crazy setup. How much power you expecting?
We are expecting to make over 600whp..

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Old 09-10-2009, 08:55 PM   #243
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Hell, remember folks, its not about PEAK power, its the TORQUE under the curve!!!!
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:51 PM   #244
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low end torque love.
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Old 09-11-2009, 08:50 AM   #245
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You Canadians are all the same. You never finish anything. This is the Proven Power forum. Just playin'. Very cool build thread. BTW, I get 23MPG commuting to work and I drive spiritedly. Standard bolt-ons and she dips under 10:1 at WOT so 26 is no issue. Economode on the Cobb gets you 10%. The hills destroy our mileage. Love the fact that you can turn on/off the S/C with an E/M. It should work like NOS with a WOT switch so your always ready to go. That's my kind of hybrid. Get it done already though.
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Old 09-11-2009, 09:09 AM   #246
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looks interesting, lets see it run!
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:02 AM   #247
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No doubt the compound works, the 03/04 Cobra and Ford GT guys that put their blowers back on got huge gains across the board with minimal losses at peak RPM. I don't know that this platform is going to be all that happy about compounding. When the engine cycles are low (RPM) and load is high it's a whole different type of stress on the engine. With the EJ's I have been inside the main saddles almost always show some microwelding... Putting a program together that makes boost down low isn't much different than turning on your nitrous at 2k...
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Old 09-11-2009, 01:12 PM   #248
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I saw this car in person on Wed. Very clean set up. Wish I had the cash to put down on a set up like this.
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Old 09-11-2009, 02:46 PM   #249
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No doubt the compound works, the 03/04 Cobra and Ford GT guys that put their blowers back on got huge gains across the board with minimal losses at peak RPM. I don't know that this platform is going to be all that happy about compounding. When the engine cycles are low (RPM) and load is high it's a whole different type of stress on the engine. With the EJ's I have been inside the main saddles almost always show some microwelding... Putting a program together that makes boost down low isn't much different than turning on your nitrous at 2k...
if that 5.4 DOHC Ford motor made the same power per cylinder as one of our EJ25's i can gaurentee that things are not going to look 100% . imagine a street drivin 5.4 that makes 200horsepower per cylinder . thats 1600hp. point being , I dont think thats exactly apples to apples .
Concerning the increased load levels down low however would pose a problem you wouild think . well i ran the car compounded for like a year at least. on a stock motor . with 437whp. with 15psi on the supercharger .and when we took the motor apart the bearings were perfect . Along with the acl race bearings , we have a modified oil pump , and the oiling setup on the crank is now a t-oiling setup . i think we will be fine at 18-20 psi. but at the end of the day its up to the tuner , so it may stay at 15 for all i know but i doubt it . hope that helps .
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You Canadians are all the same. You never finish anything. This is the Proven Power forum. Just playin'. Very cool build thread. BTW, I get 23MPG commuting to work and I drive spiritedly. Standard bolt-ons and she dips under 10:1 at WOT so 26 is no issue. Economode on the Cobb gets you 10%. The hills destroy our mileage. Love the fact that you can turn on/off the S/C with an E/M. It should work like NOS with a WOT switch so your always ready to go. That's my kind of hybrid. Get it done already though.
if i felt like hangin out in lame america , it would have been done long ago . patience is a virtue . ...americans , ur all the same.
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