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Awdmonster drag car

awdmonster1904

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I like those 10:1's Frank. :)
Do you feel comfortable with the deck surface?
they are 10:1 ??? are they really I was under the impression they are 9.6 to 1
I do It cleaned up nice and there is no low spot
 

awdmonster1904

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Got the head back from the machine shop i had to fix 6 exhaust valves so i got 8 so they can all match.

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awdmonster1904

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This injector was on cylinder 4 😵 probably the main cause of the issue.

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awdmonster1904

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Got the injectors fixed by Alpha injection in Orem Utah. Got thing going again now I’m getting things together!

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awdmonster1904

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Getting some final parts to install the super 99
I’ll make more post as I get this installed

I mine as well figured get this turbo installed since i need to retune the car.

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awdmonster1904

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Turbo swap Sunday Had slight fitment issues got them all solved

1 coolant pipe hits nothing that a hammer can’t fix

2- the WG vacuum banjo was hitting the manifold making it the wrong angle for the dump tube solution take apart the WG and clock the hat …

3 oil return. Got new line got it installed


Working to get this tuned very soon just checking everything beforehand

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Tomorrow we going to get. Retune on the super99
Will update you guys with results
 

awdmonster1904

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update ** we had to stop at 44 psi

The alternator belt let go at 44psi of boost and we had to end the session. I was building the boost feed forward tables and pushing target boost up to 49psi and was going to see how it did there and see about pushing towards mid 50s if it seemed happy. Dynapacks read completely wrong with autos becuase it's measuring torque at the axles and estimating engine rpm and torque based on a defined total gear ratio. With a loose torque converter like these cars run, the engine will rev up to 7k right away under boost and hang there for a few seconds while the dyno estimates rpm to be 5k still because of converter slip. So for a brief moment the engine stays at a fixed RPM while the torque converter "revs up". It just throws off the dyno readings like crazy but we only care for just having a safe controlled environment to dial things in because you run out of road fast at these power levels and things can end bad.

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awdmonster1904

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Getting ready for the dyno this Thursday changed all the fluids. Trans and engine ..

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awdmonster1904

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Took it to the track for some testing unfortunately I ran out of nitrous and had to Cut it short ….

A couple things that I feel we can make the car better A pressure sensor to have the bottle heater turn on automatically.

And having an extra bottle …



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awdmonster1904

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After figuring out all the little gremlins and now the car started to move a new PB 6.0 @120
We still have room to grow Looking at the logs


- The overheating issue was resolved due to a faulty fan relay can I subjectivist to get a higher CFM fan and potentially a new radiator as my current radiator has suffered several blown head gasket in the past and it’s probably time to change it out.

- launching
On the previous runs I noticed that I had another table that was making the nitrous shut off at 25 mph. We completely disabled that table and now we have it based on boost we keep the nitrous on and first gear and to reach out objective and it worked.

-maintenance
I plan to change all the fluids on the transfer case we are in transmission engine just to keep everything in check. As well as a bolt check

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