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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-06-2009, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
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Well i got the tensioner's pulled and sent off to have the mp sping's installed.
I got the new plenum installed,egr is fixed,supercharger bypass is fixed.
I am still wating on tb to show up. Next weekend it's geting allignment and front wheel bearings packed. Then i can start testing at the track even though it's hot.
I still won't see my best's run's until fall.

so far this summer i intalled maff/tb/blowertop/dalke tune with more timing/
new shocks and complete front end.



future build within the next year
60 pound injectors
255 fuel pump
5% jack shaft
retune
copyed build on head's= cam like mark's setup
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75 to 100 shot of nos______one or both the blower and nos or jut the blower
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-10-2009, 12:02 AM Thread Starter
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well i still need to put on cowl panels's and hood.
I need bearings and font end greased and a alignment
but she's running very nice.
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This may be a complete shot in the dark.. but have you looked into the specs that are in Mike's SC (yes, Marc's old one) I remember it being a high lift and not sure if you'll want that with having an auto? Shoot Dave an e-mail to see what he recommends for head/cam combo - but first, determine what your final goal is so you won't have to purchase parts more than once. One thing I didn't see was a shift kit. A Lentech Valvebody won't be cheap, but it's a GREAT upgrade.

Otherwise, sounds good. Hope it works out for ya.

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well i was told the tranny has a stage 1 [email protected] shift kit in it .It shift's pretty hard.
This is the tranny we put in from ben ,then had rebuilt.
yea i need to dig up my saved info on marc's heads and look at the cam
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Ah, ok - didn't know you had something in the trans already. I'd still seriously consider a Lentech VB though. The manual control is great. Do you still have to do the 1-D-1 shuffle to get 2nd gear?

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i have never even done that before
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Marc's setup was high lift.

Having an auto would be better since Jason has stall to assist with the lower "low end" torque.

You will have to use a wet shot.

I'm not sure the 255lph pump will be enough.

Needs MPX case.

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i have never even done that before
You don't want to - it's a PITA. To get the AOD into 2nd gear and hold it, you shift from 1st to drive, and back to 1st. It's not the easiest thing on the trans.

Another reason why I really like Lentech - it allows you manually shift between the gears and lock out OD at the track. Yes, you can shift your AOD into Drive, but I've seen AOD's shift into overdrive when the shifter is in drive.

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