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Sweet Baby Jesus Please Forgive Me...

...for what I am about to do with my motor and the competition at MSHS Atco this year!!   :P  :P  :P

 

 

Amen.

 

 

 

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Oops the seal is broken..

 

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Cam its good to be back in the land of "shit delivered to your door in 2 days".   I have a lot of catching up to do and its going to be a blast just testing shit at the track.

 

Big shout out to John Lewis / SRT5939 for donating the Ntirous Outlet plate to the cause.  The throttle body plate gives me options on the factory intake if the drag pack is a complete dog at the track....or stacked in 2 stage set up allowing a small shot out of the hole and more progressed in as we go down the track. 

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You're gonna need more converter

 

True statement but its all relative.  I would predict that the factory composite would outperform the DP in NA form.  Perhaps even with a 100 shot on each.  But where the DP has an advantage is superior distribution on the nitrous allowing us to progress further than I would dream of going on factory intake.    I am betting that launching with 100 shot on the 3800 stall and the ability to work another 100 in as we go down the track (on E85 dedicated nitrous fuel system) will make up for those shorter runners.

 

I wouldn't dream of 200 on the factory composite intake.  

 

Its all just theory at this point so guess we will see where the plate gets me on composite intake and progress from there with the DP intake  This is all just ground work for the 468ci aluminum beauty we will put together over the winter.

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Good luck with your setup. On motor, you will defininrly need more converter.....but with a 100 shot if will probably work pretty well. I have short runners on my sheet metal intake and I run a 4200 converter. It does pretty well considering.....but it reallly wants a 5k converter. I am planning on spraying it so the 4200 should work pretty well on gas. It looks like it's going to be a fun project. Anxious to here how it does

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