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  2. Random thought thread

    I feel your pain....
  3. Random thought thread

    I found out something disturbing about my wife tonight. She doesn't like 4th gear pulls to redline. In fact, she said she hates them.
  4. 2010 Camaro SS ProCharger D1X Tune

    @gammey4 Crazy, but a romp on the throttle got me 14.34 lbs boost at 7,088 rpm's. Odd it rev'd that high. I have it set to shift / rev to 6,800 rpm's max back when we tuned it together. As far as I recall, it is mph based on the shifts. Log 15psi_Boost_01_19_20.hpl 01_19_20.Layout.xml 01_19_20.Channels.xml 2010_Camaro_SS_CTSV6L90_ProCharger_D1X_01_06_2020_Edit.hpt Stock tune: 2010 Camaro SS stock tune.hpt
  5. Yesterday
  6. Random thought thread

    Tell them to use this paint. That's who I graduated with, very sharp feller.
  7. Random thought thread

    Worked fine. Since the water jet wasn't a pinpoint contact it would spread the pressure across a small area. It would still provide a resultant reading, but it was open to misinterpretation. Ultimately, that's what we ran into. The people who design the running board paint and such attempted to use the test against "us". It took some in depth logic and factual accounting to bring them around to my initial assessment; the paint is peeling off due to poor adhesion.
  8. Random thought thread

    Well, what was the verdict?
  9. Last week
  10. 1986 Ford Ranger

    275/50 is the right look. 60s would have looked hokey pokey with that little front tire.
  11. 1986 Ford Ranger

    Well really did not think about that enough until you asked about the size differance, rear gears,etc etc The 60's would look better, but doing hypothetical math the bigger tire would 1/4 mile trap rpm seemed too low Was going for the resale "look" vs performance Well see if I was right or wrong this spring
  12. 1986 Ford Ranger

    I thought you were stuck on 275 60s?
  13. 1986 Ford Ranger

    HOOSIERS 275/50/15
  14. Broke the hot side cherry today

    Oh she gettin close now!
  15. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    Zero problems. Everything was a bolt in deal. Car useage will determine MVB or ECU controlled. From what ive' seen in this thread and the 12 miles or so I assume the car's been driven in the past 10-15 years, I think the MVB would be fine. If you ever intend on driving it regularly, then an ECU controlled trans might be nicer.
  16. Random thought thread

    I've actualkly used that at work. Was testing some parts where the paint was being peeled off at a certain car wash in Ft. Worth, TX. Travelled there, put this film on the car and spent 3 days running it through the car wash measuring the relative pressure seen at the vehicle. Pretty neat stuff!
  17. 2010 Camaro SS

    It doesn't allow boost to leak.
  18. Random thought thread

    Yikes. I'd like to have that skill (without the time and effort to acquire it). Ha, for that matter I'd like to have my cars fixed to that degree without the time and effort required!
  19. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    TSS, Hunters and some others are Holley dealers but my guess is they would have to order everything, doubt they have any of it in stock. You can add the CNP stuff to the 558-508 kit with 558-307, my original plan and then they came out with the 558-118.
  20. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

  21. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    Details? Problems? Etc? Thinking about one for the coupe as they are easy to find vs C4 or AOD though the Baumann is a little expensive. Though a manual valve body or a Holley is an option too.
  22. 2010 Camaro SS

    Does the line behind the TB see pressure when the engine is under boost?
  23. Random thought thread

    Gives you an idea of the work:
  24. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    I pulled the trigger on a Holley HP. Looking forward to pulling my hair out over these damn harnesses. Wonder i'f i'm better off getting them through a local dealer?
  25. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase
  26. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    yes, i've done ONE.
  27. 2010 Camaro SS

    No. The filter on top the catch can under vacuum is shut and when the crankcase sees pressure, it allows it to vent. Think of it like a blow-off valve for the crankcase. Mine is basically setup like this, but the drivers side goes to the ProCharger air filter, not the CAI pipe in front of the TB. Make sense?
  28. 2010 Camaro SS

    Dumb question, wouldn't that introduce a vac leak/pressurized the crank case/bleed boost? Not sure if it has the same layout as a 5.0 HO, the line from the TB to the oil fill is number one cause of crank case pressure unless you remove it.
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