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Old 12-27-2018, 06:18 PM
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Figured I would post some build pics of this project that we are in the stages of building. We chose the F1a-94 for this build. We had the intake coated to match the body color. Turned out real good.
Package Specs
-Procharger F1a-94
-10 Rib Drive
-MTI Custom Cam Kit
-CP Rods and Pistons
-MTI Lowside Fuel System
-Mantic Tripple Disc Clutch
-Meth Injection






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Amazing build, What kind of numbers is this setup going to put down?
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Pistons and rods in this build. Nice margin of safety. Looks fantastic!
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Amazing build, What kind of numbers is this setup going to put down?
960 to 1000 at the tires. Thanks
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Pistons and rods in this build. Nice margin of safety. Looks fantastic!
We have seen a few LT4 piston skirts crack so at this power level we wanted it to have zero problems for the customer. Thanks
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Almost tuning time guys.


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Awesome. Why no port injection?
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Awesome. Why no port injection?
He was good with 950 to 980 so we didn't want to do port injection on it.
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
He was good with 950 to 980 so we didn't want to do port injection on it.
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Hey Billy, Bryce here. 950 to 980 rwhp would be great, but a 1000 would be even better! For braggin rights and such. Let's wring out as much as we can out of this setup, safely of course. If 950 to 980 is tops, so be it. Would be hard not to be happy with that to!

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Originally Posted by C7&7 View Post
Awesome. Why no port injection?
This is a start for me. Want to see how the car drives at this level before upping the ante. I'm afraid there will be more power than tire already, and I do like the twisties enough not to go too crazy with tires in the back that are good for one direction only. The motor is now built to take some extra power above and beyond the current goal so it doesn't need to come out of the car again if port injection is added in the near future to take the power levels even higher. As an afterthought I was considering port injection, but was already at least half way into the build and decided to let it go as is. Could be a mistake, but maybe not. We shall see. Either way I'm looking forward to see how the power curves look on the dyno after MTI does their tuning magic!

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Originally Posted by OG_Pokey View Post
This is a start for me. Want to see how the car drives at this level before upping the ante. I'm afraid there will be more power than tire already, and I do like the twisties enough not to go too crazy with tires in the back that are good for one direction only. The motor is now built to take some extra power above and beyond the current goal so it doesn't need to come out of the car again if port injection is added in the near future to take the power levels even higher. As an afterthought I was considering port injection, but was already at least half way into the build and decided to let it go as is. Could be a mistake, but maybe not. We shall see. Either way I'm looking forward to see how the power curves look on the dyno after MTI does their tuning magic!
Yea I totally understanding building the car in stages. I did the exact same thing. I just got to a point where I was having to run the car on a 93 tune or a c16 tune when I went to the 2200x blower. I wanted to be able to run full e85 and that’s why I bit the bullet and did port injection. Didn’t really add more power it just added a level of safety and convenience for me to be able to run on pump 93 or e85 and it be a true flex fuel car again without changing tunes. You should do port injection.

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Originally Posted by OG_Pokey View Post
Hey Billy, Bryce here. 950 to 980 rwhp would be great, but a 1000 would be even better! For braggin rights and such. Let's wring out as much as we can out of this setup, safely of course. If 950 to 980 is tops, so be it. Would be hard not to be happy with that to!
Tuning is starting today. Should do very well.
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Good luck with your build OG Pokey..
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In for some numbers!
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HOPEFULLY he told MTI to just do the port injection now and they’re waiting on parts
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Any numbers
I have been driving the car to break the rings and clutch in. Its getting a oil change then hitting the dyne Mon. We aren't doing port injection on this build. No need too.
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HOPEFULLY he told MTI to just do the port injection now and they’re waiting on parts
I think 900ish will do just fine. It will most likely make close to 1000...We shall see
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I think 900ish will do just fine. It will most likely make close to 1000...We shall see
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should hit 1000+ with c16
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