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  1. rcdash
    09-17-2015 04:46 PM
    The latest one I believe... Things are going well. Dynosty built a very solid car.
  2. suprasam
    08-22-2015 10:35 AM
    Hey Raj. How are things? Would you happen to know what firmware you are running in your haltech ecu? I would appreciate it.
  3. rcdash
    07-05-2011 07:40 PM
    a large trans cooler and keeping temps under 240 deg F is the way to go (change ATF more often if you exceed that).
  4. nittygritty
    07-05-2011 06:24 PM
    hey man, I have heard you are the person to keep in contact with regarding 5AT being twin turboed. I am about to buy a GTM 28s turn key kit but im super nervous that my auto tranny wont be able to handle such power. My z is my daily driver and i intend to run around 6 to 8 psi on the norm. but still anything can happen i guess. I was just wondering if you know of any bulletproof way of keeping my tranny safe. Ive considered valvebody upgrade but is that enough?
  5. rcdash
    02-20-2009 08:07 AM
    The 700bb kit flows enough for approximately 500-550 whp on pump gas and from 550-600 whp on race fuel. The 530 flows enough for 350-450 whp on pump gas and becomes inefficient after that. The 530 will spool sooner and quicker than the 700bb. It's all a trade off on whether you want low end torque or mid range torque.
  6. Heretic John
    02-20-2009 07:04 AM
    how much power are u pumpin out that 700bb kit, was the 700bb from the 530bb kit worth it,?

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