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Old 12-11-2017, 04:44 PM   #29
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So Ted isn't he very close on duty cycle with 850's?
As long as the fuel pressure holds the 850s are good.

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Old 12-11-2017, 04:57 PM   #30
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So Ted isn't he very close on duty cycle with 850's?
Also, I thought if you were going E85 ID1050's were the preference over ID850's because of the ss internals.
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Old 12-11-2017, 05:18 PM   #31
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I'm not running e85 (unless that was a more general question)

Also, the 642 is STD correction. HP was 630 SAE on that pull if it makes you feel better. Once the clutch is in, I'll have results from a different dynojet to compare.
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Old 12-11-2017, 05:30 PM   #32
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I'm not running e85 (unless that was a more general question)
I thought you were planning on it.
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I like the idea of it, but its not in the current plans. It would be cool to do flex fuel one day but only if they add some more e85 pumps up my way (only 1 that I know of near any of my routes). I know the previous owner was planning on e85, but sold it to me before he got there.
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Old 12-12-2017, 10:20 AM   #34
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It is essentially my 125 kit with the exception of a larger crank pulley he is making roughly 14-15 psi.

My kit targets 12-5-13 psi.


So your kit with 2 more pounds will gain 50 hp?

I have the 125 plus teds cam package. I should get mine dynoed. I have always thought I would be around 650-675 who
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Old 12-12-2017, 10:27 AM   #35
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So your kit with 2 more pounds will gain 50 hp?

I have the 125 plus teds cam package. I should get mine dynoed. I have always thought I would be around 650-675 who
It is about 25 hp per lb of boost but then IAT becomes an issue and we run in to the octane wall.

I keep my power packages ultra reliable and consistent to carry power to the finish line.

Adding the JRE cam package to the 125 package with pulley make it our 750 crank or 650 RWHP package we typically see 675 RWHP average on 93 octane.

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Old 12-13-2017, 01:17 PM   #36
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So your kit with 2 more pounds will gain 50 hp?

I have the 125 plus teds cam package. I should get mine dynoed. I have always thought I would be around 650-675 who
I don't quite understand the 50hp gain comment/question. If stock M6 ZL1's dyno in the 500 range (STD), then Ted's +125 kit would be in the 625 range (STD). AT 636-642, my setup is only 10-15 more than that, not 50.
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It is about 25 hp per lb of boost but then IAT becomes an issue and we run in to the octane wall.
Speaking of the octane wall... if I wanted to ensure max power on my next dyno pulls (for bragging rights at work, of course), would it help to dump a bottle of octane booster into my next tank of 93 before that dyno session? I'm assuming that would help prevent timing retard and allow me to post a hero number? Yeah, yeah, dyno numbers don't mean anything, it's all about the real world, blah, blah. BUT if someone were to want to increase his chances of a "hero" pull, raising the octane should help ensure max timing is commanded, yes??
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How do you like the Monster triple disc? I'm thinking of getting one for my setup next spring and was looking for some feedback on those. I was also thinking of a Mantic.
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Speaking of the octane wall... if I wanted to ensure max power on my next dyno pulls (for bragging rights at work, of course), would it help to dump a bottle of octane booster into my next tank of 93 before that dyno session? I'm assuming that would help prevent timing retard and allow me to post a hero number? Yeah, yeah, dyno numbers don't mean anything, it's all about the real world, blah, blah. BUT if someone were to want to increase his chances of a "hero" pull, raising the octane should help ensure max timing is commanded, yes??
If you are up against that octane wall it will help is not it may even hurt the numbers too much octane slows the burn.

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How do you like the Monster triple disc? I'm thinking of getting one for my setup next spring and was looking for some feedback on those. I was also thinking of a Mantic.
We have been very impressed with Monster clutches and are now using them exclusively in our builds.

Feel free to give me a call for one.

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If you are up against that octane wall it will help is not it may even hurt the numbers too much octane slows the burn.

Ted.
That's a good point. On stock heads I didn't pick up much hp when running 100 octane because it was still timing limited. I was able to pick up a little more when I switched to TFS heads, but nothing like when I added a flex fuel sensor and switched to a higher % of ethanol.

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We have been very impressed with Monster clutches and are now using them exclusively in our builds.

Feel free to give me a call for one.

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How much power can they handle and what's the driveability like compared to stock?
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Old 12-13-2017, 06:11 PM   #42
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We have been very impressed with Monster clutches and are now using them exclusively in our builds.

Feel free to give me a call for one.

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DrkPhx- I'm still waiting on it to arrive. Should be here and installed by the end of next week with any luck. I'll let you know once I have some experience with it. That said, I asked around and heard nothing but good stuff about the Monster multi-discs. Lsxperts is basically of the same opinion as Ted, and Vengeance also recommended Monster as a great option. I'm told the triple can handle 1000whp with no issues (i.e., feel free to beat on it, apparently) and I've heard they drive as well as stock if not better. I'll let you know once I get it.

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If you are up against that octane wall it will help is not it may even hurt the numbers too much octane slows the burn.

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Good point. Ted, IIRC I see a little retard on the street during pulls (up to maybe 2.5 - 3 degrees in very short bursts). So maybe better to just leave it alone on the 93 then. Thanks for the feedback!
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