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Old 05-23-2008, 06:05 PM   #61
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Boost is fun !!
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Old 05-23-2008, 06:15 PM   #62
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Kudos to SlideFox for taking the time to create this thread, I know how long it takes to make a post of this size

Hopefully the noobs take the effort to actually read it before posting.

Thanks SlideFox!

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but can i install a popcharger with a twin turbo?
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Old 05-23-2008, 06:30 PM   #63
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Kudos to SlideFox for taking the time to create this thread, I know how long it takes to make a post of this size

Hopefully the noobs take the effort to actually read it before posting.

Thanks SlideFox!

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Thanks George!

I plan on adding information on stroker kits that are available. If you want to PM me some info on your guys setup, I'll gladly add it.
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Old 05-23-2008, 06:30 PM   #64
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but can i install a popcharger with a twin turbo?
Uno!
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Old 05-23-2008, 06:34 PM   #65
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Where's the Turbonator subsection?

Darren
Right next to the blinker fluid and muffler bearing installation instructions!
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I think the STS kit should at least be mentioned in here
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Awesome write up. I know that took a long time to learn, a long time to consolidate and plan, and a long time to post. Thanks for the investment for the benefit of others. You are the man!
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Awesome write up. I know that took a long time to learn, a long time to consolidate and plan, and a long time to post. Thanks for the investment for the benefit of others. You are the man!
Thanks! I don't think I'm the man and all, but I'm just trying to help. Although, two noobs have been flammed since the making of this thread.

(You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink)

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Old 05-27-2008, 08:07 PM   #69
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haha im one of the reasons for this write-up haha..thanks for the write up..but i'll still be asking questions,prolly dumb questions as well but hey i'll try to stay away from the dumb questions if i can find em..
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haha im one of the reasons for this write-up haha..thanks for the write up..but i'll still be asking questions,prolly dumb questions as well but hey i'll try to stay away from the dumb questions if i can find em..
Hahaha You can always PM me to ask any question if you think it's gonna get you flammed!
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Once more F/I stuff is available for the HR motor, I'll add it in. I might even do a seperate thread for the H/R, seeing is that the limits of the HR are well beyond that of the DE motor. Once more HR's are F/I I'll do a write up.
sounds good man
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Old 05-29-2008, 02:01 PM   #72
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thanks for taking your time to complete this. I hope it helps reduce flaming and reposts
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thanks for taking your time to complete this. I hope it helps reduce flaming and reposts
It's helping so far. I haven't seen that many new threads lately, and with over 1,400 views I hope someone is making good use of this

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Add the Stillen Supercharger to the list.

I want to thank Superchargedg for providing the information I posted!!
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Holy Hell Mike, you have almost as many posts as me, and I've been here for 3 years more!

Darren(wonders how some how so much time to post here when he's too busy taking care of business)
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Holy Hell Mike, you have almost as many posts as me, and I've been here for 3 years more!

Darren(wonders how some how so much time to post here when he's too busy taking care of business)
But your itrader destroys me!!! It actually destroys everyone

Multi-tasking FTW!
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Does anybody know how much HP the stock auto transmission can handle. I have seen people running around 380-400 with there stock A/T trans. If you want to run more then 420hp do you have to go with a built engine or can you just replace the internals like cams, rods, etc? How much Hp can the stock block hold if you replace the internals?
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Does anybody know how much HP the stock auto transmission can handle. I have seen people running around 380-400 with there stock A/T trans. If you want to run more then 420hp do you have to go with a built engine or can you just replace the internals like cams, rods, etc? How much Hp can the stock block hold if you replace the internals?
Maybe someone with a 5AT can chime in but I think it's roughly 350whp before you start feeling slippage in your trans.

As for the block.... Intense Motorsports has been consistantly making 700whp with a "stock block" using pistons and rods. They have made up to 906rwhp on the "stock block", but that wasn't on a continious basis (meaning they don't always have the boost up that high).
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Does anybody know how much HP the stock auto transmission can handle. I have seen people running around 380-400 with there stock A/T trans. If you want to run more then 420hp do you have to go with a built engine or can you just replace the internals like cams, rods, etc? How much Hp can the stock block hold if you replace the internals?
The general consensus is that you should upgrade the VB and TC on the 5AT if you plan on running more than 400 TQ. It is more dependent on the torque than the HP numbers. As far as the engine goes, there are many factors. Personal recommendation; upgrade the engine if you plan to consistently run more more than 6 PSI of boost.
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As far as upgrades what would you suggest to upgrade the engine? Are you talking about just the basic internals?
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