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[Z06] Lethal Racing E85 High Compression LS7 - 658hp/571tq Idle & Dyno Video Inside!!

 
Old 02-24-2012, 08:31 PM
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Where did you guys get the fuel? Last time I checked there wasn't any E85 in your area. Things different now?

By the way, great numbers Shawn! I'm sure its a blast to drive!

Do you think the methanol is helping the numbers quite a bit?

Just because its not in the area doesn't mean we can't tune em. The Meth did allow for 2 degrees of timing which was worth a couple of ponies.
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Old 02-24-2012, 08:50 PM
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Is this an MAF based alky kit?

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AMAZING, I love it, I bet that is a hoot to drive around.
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Yes the kit is a MAF based system. It is a custom system just for this car.
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I am impressed with the torque the Marcella made in the lower RPM range.
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Old 02-27-2012, 04:15 PM
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Oh my, that thing sounds crazy. Gotta love big cam/high compression combos.
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Are those Dynojet numbers?

Its nice to see someone else going high compression E85! 600+ RWHP = Fun!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hV-r6...vys83ljLBIqR_z

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Old 02-27-2012, 06:43 PM
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very impressive, is it a stock short block??
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Originally Posted by Lethal Racing View Post
Hard to say. We see most fast intakes as mid range breathers rather than top end runners. This car is peaking at 6800 rpms. The cam in this car is pretty big, as in I don't have anything to really compare it too. We will have the car back in my hands in a few weeksand we can put a Fast 102 on it and see what the difference is. I am sure that the Marcella intake is worth a good bit.

As I have stated before this cam is big, but it did drive better than I thought it would. When I say big it is upwards of 40+degrees of overlap. It does get some attention at street lights though



Meth was not a need, It was being used to cool off the intake and the Iat's. We are using just enough of what is needed for the car at that point. Just incase you were wondering Abient temps when dynoing were 68 degrees and the Meth was dropping the IAT's to 43degrees.
I can see the merit of Meth in this application, but realistically why not just throw a 100 shot on it and call it a day? That would lower IAT's a lot! lol....
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:47 AM
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I think I watch this vid at least a couple of times a day. Sick car!

Busaetr, what is that small tank with a filter on top on the right hand side of the engine??
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Originally Posted by RyneZ06 View Post
very impressive, is it a stock short block??

Yes it is
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I think I watch this vid at least a couple of times a day. Sick car!

Busaetr, what is that small tank with a filter on top on the right hand side of the engine??
It's a breather tank for the crank case..
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Can I bother you some more and ask you for a brand or link to it. I'd like to read up on what it is for... Does it serve the same purpose as those ht use a vacuum pimp for their cranks?
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Can I bother you some more and ask you for a brand or link to it. I'd like to read up on what it is for... Does it serve the same purpose as those ht use a vacuum pimp for their cranks?
Its a jegs brand and its just to help relieve any crank case psi.. a vacuum pump does just as the name describes and keeps a vacuum on the engine.. a vacuum pump will actually create horse power by keeping windage down in the oil pan..
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Great job shawn!!!! i have my car ready with the enforcer cam. Hopefully it will push a couple of ponies....
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Yes it is
cool , stock short block here too!
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this car sounds like a beast in person. cant wait to tackle the drive train when it comes back!
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Originally Posted by busaetr View Post
Its a jegs brand and its just to help relieve any crank case psi.. a vacuum pump does just as the name describes and keeps a vacuum on the engine.. a vacuum pump will actually create horse power by keeping windage down in the oil pan..
Can you give us an idea of what something like this costs?
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Can you give us an idea of what something like this costs?
You can get the tank with bracket, hose, and fitting for around 150..
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