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Old 07-18-2012, 08:55 AM   #151
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Old 07-18-2012, 09:08 AM   #152
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I forgot, are you using the OD pulley or stock one?
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He's on the tweener pulley
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Tweener right now seems the best option for the fuel issue.
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Old 07-18-2012, 09:55 AM   #155
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Hey what thread was that picture of the modded crash bar in where the backside angled up to improve airflow? I cannot remember wich thread it was in. And yes, I have the tweener pulley.
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Yep just found it in your thread, V6. Man your thread is a treasure trove of awesomeness? Waiting to hear back from my installer on what the game plan is.
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Tweener right now seems the best option for the fuel issue.
Very interested to see how this plays out!


SIX are you going to get your car dynoed??
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SIX are you going to get your car dynoed??
I would like to but I live in Branson, MO. Not exactly a tuner Mecca LOL. Another Camaro5 member and I located a dyno shop in Republic and were going to go up last fall and dyno our cars. They're kinda pricey (just cuz cuz they can be-thank you small town living). That's basically my option. Im not going to promise anything but I am certainly going to try. I have no baseline dyno numbers to measure what I'm about to gain. I'm sure I was somewhere in the 265-285rwhp range. I'm pretty maxed out as far as bolt ons go. My car walks away from my bros' stock V6's.

Here's where we were around noon today. His shop is 25 mins away and my honeydo list was calling loudly so had to leave. Installer had to leave too for a few hrs to go help his dad.




Completely off topic but hey it's my thread lol
Finally got a chance to ride my brothers Kawasaki 300LX Jet Ski yesterday evening. It's 300HP of supercharged insanity. It gets up off the water and to its governed 70MPH top speed in what seems like about 5 seconds. Your face flaps very violently in the wind. Think Hyabusa on the water. One of the most insane things I've ever piloted.
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Finally got a chance to ride my brothers Kawasaki 300LX Jet Ski yesterday evening. It's 300HP of supercharged insanity. It gets up off the water and to its governed 70MPH top speed in what seems like about 5 seconds. Your face flaps very violently in the wind. Think Hyabusa on the water. One of the most insane things I've ever piloted.
That is insane and totally awesome! You are braver than most. Must have been such a rush. Congrats!
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Finally got a chance to ride my brothers Kawasaki 300LX Jet Ski yesterday evening. It's 300HP of supercharged insanity. It gets up off the water and to its governed 70MPH top speed in what seems like about 5 seconds. Your face flaps very violently in the wind. Think Hyabusa on the water. One of the most insane things I've ever piloted.
Very nice my buddy has been building a race ski for the past four years now. Just finishing up the tuning and it will be g2g. I bet it's going to be a beast.
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Very nice my buddy has been building a race ski for the past four years now. Just finishing up the tuning and it will be g2g. I bet it's going to be a beast.
I bet it wil but I'm not hip to g2g. What mean? My installer who also builds ski's-huge SEA•DOO guy-told me that my bro's blown Kawasaki sans all of its nannies would top 100. I guess by law nobody can sell a personal water craft that exceeds 70mph? This is what I'm hearing. Trust me, 70MPH on water on a ski is nuts. These guys that race them at speeds much higher than that have very large testicles.
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I bet it wil but I'm not hip to g2g. What mean? My installer who also builds ski's-huge SEA•DOO guy-told me that my bro's blown Kawasaki sans all of its nannies would top 100. I guess by law nobody can sell a personal water craft that exceeds 70mph? This is what I'm hearing. Trust me, 70MPH on water on a ski is nuts. These guys that race them at speeds much higher than that have very large testicles.
Oh I know what you mean, I was out on my boat in the Bay before the Gulf of Mexico, and I topped the boat out at around 60, and my buddy was on the ski keeping up and even starting to pull away.. F that, at that speed that water is like concrete!

A small water craft cannot go over 70, like a jet ski however I think my buddy is tuning around that...
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Sixjax like the pics your build looks awsome as Tracy would say
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^ yes they are! and guys with the ski's just think of it as a motorcycle on water, I have been on some of the race speck ones that do 75-80 chit I raced a Ferrari I was in the intercostal he was on US1, we made eye contact and went! I pulled him till I topped out.
Yes if you crash it, the water is like stone, but its the same on a motorcycle!
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looks like you're almost done with the install!!
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looks like you're almost done with the install!!
LOL. ^^^^

Well yes and no. Waiting on the correct clamps...you know how that goes. Installer still has to fabricate crash bar air inlets and measure cuts on the the stock under air scoop for the radiator. He's insistent on retaining it. Can't measure out the cuts until we can connect the IC, cannot connect the IC until we have the band clamps. We have the cheapies from NAPA for now to get the measurements. Loading the tune in today. Hopefully we can fire it up sometime today.
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417 Performance in Springfield came through with correct clamps so I guess I'll have some extra in hand-not a bad thing. Just loaded tune. Waiting for Driving Miss Daisy to finish up with some errands with his mom and hopefully he can get all the plumbing finished up and get this thing fired up tonight.
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417 Performance in Springfield came through with correct clamps so I guess I'll have some extra in hand-not a bad thing. Just loaded tune. Waiting for Driving Miss Daisy to finish up with some errands with his mom and hopefully he can get all the plumbing finished up and get this thing fired up tonight.
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Here's the correct belt size for the tweener pulley and confirmation tune installed.




Bro was rushed to hospital for severe heat exhaustion. Has been working outside helping his neighbor clear some of his property. It's been 100+ here. He's very healthy was drinking lots of fluids. This heat is no joke. He's recovering and going to be okay. Everyone be careful in the heat. Haven't spoken to my installer to see what he accomplished further.
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Wow I'm sorry man. Glad to hear he is ok! Heat is hard on the body
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Update. Bro is much much better-doc said he was literally minutes from death which is mind blowing if you know my brother and how in shape he is. Heat exhaustion/dehydration is no joke. Was drinking tons of water yesterday. Anyway, he's being released from the hospital this afternoon. He is dying to GTHOOT.

Onto the car, turns out that belt is not going to work. It's too big. Jon spent 3 hrs machining this morning to get more tension into the system and it wasn't enough. Ordered another belt-it's sposed to be in at 2:30pm and he'll have to narrow it down to fit. It's too wide but it's the only one he could find out here in the sticks. (Que the banjos now)

His goal is to have this thing running by day's end. The Trifecta tune is installed. This is the 1st remote install with a larger pulley so we're essentially working from a blended kit mostly due to my last minute changes. Lol. Tracy has been awesome about overnighting things out as needed and being available to talk to on the phone.

Jon is also insistent about a few things on my install that are not part of the RX kit which require fabrication. Like what he wants to do with the crash bar and retaining the stock radiator air scoop-or what're ever you call it.

We're rolling with it and the important thing is we're not rushing it and it's going to be done right and it's going to be an awesome build.
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Jak....Hope your brother doesn't have any long term effects from the heat exhaustion...I hear that can happen. Glad he is OK though!

Can't wait to see an update on your build.
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