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  1. Mikec7z
    09-12-2018 12:15 AM
    nice, keep us posted how it goes, and photos of your setup. Do you have a thread yet?
  2. Mikec7z
    09-11-2018 11:30 PM
    yeah, i dont like delays of the inevitable however. It also takes much longer to cool back down when it is high capacity. I don't know enough about it all yet to know what IS possible for sustained runs... but I hope to learn more soon.
  3. Mikec7z
    09-11-2018 11:00 PM
    i think it would be enough for drag racing, seems like good advice. Thank you for giving me someone to learn more from on this topic, I'm pretty ignorant on it still.

    I'm more interested in sustained long distance driving such as road courses etc, so more capacity wont be the solution for me, i would need more sustained ability to cool in real time.
  4. Mikec7z
    09-10-2018 10:58 PM
    That makes sense. Ask him if it is possible to simply add a second condenser and a second chiller to the coolant line?

    The industrial one makes sense as well, but sometimes, 2 small is better than 1 big.

    Or ask him if the system can be forked after the single large compressor, to 2 condenser locations, and 2 valves, and then 2 chillers, or 1 large chiller after the 2 lines merge.

    I don't know much about tandem lines forking from a single compressor. But, i think the weak link in the stock system is the condenser not being large enough... and making it larger does not solve anything, as it has done its job for the stock flow of coolant...

    so if a person was going to flow more coolant from the compressor, they would need more condenser surface area to cool it all down.

    This is why i say 2 small might be simpler than 1 big. 2 stock systems instead of 1 industrial. Im not an expert in this field obviously.
  5. robert miller
    08-29-2018 12:35 PM
    Buddy you should have stopped even for a hour next time do my cell is 931-267-5635
  6. JDP Tech
    07-31-2018 10:09 AM
    Hey,
    sorry we don't have access to that. just cal the manufacture for that

    Best regards,
    Antonio
  7. TheRadioFlyer
    06-19-2018 10:36 AM
    The ACA projectors are crap, and it only gets worse with LED bulbs
  8. CASEWORER
    11-27-2014 02:06 PM
    HI Zebra, I seen your HP and TQ numbers on the C5 Big Dawgs sticky. You are exactly where I wan to be. I have a 04 Z06 and will hope fully start my build after the Holidays I am definitely going to use the TVS 2300 along with the 1 7/8 Long pro headers, my question for the moment is what heads and cam combo did you use and how much boost are you running. I really would appreciate any help you can give. This is my first vette but had drag cars before the wife and children came. This will probably be my last build so I want to do it right
  9. NITRO UK
    05-26-2014 02:14 AM
    Hey thanks for that bud , will look into that.
    I have paid my guy a bunch so will push him a bit more , the base tune is just useless .
    think I will kick him into touch within the next week .
    Thanks again bud .
  10. orangeclaw
    01-19-2014 04:16 AM
    hey man sorry i just got this message! but im deployed right now so I am def not in abilene hahah

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  • About _zebra
    Full Name
    zebra
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    hot & windy
    Occupation
    aviation
    Year & Model
    2000 FRC
    Color
    Cyber Gray / Daytona Blue
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    the ones that matter:
    LG intake
    LS7 TB
    TVS2300 @ 11psi
    60# injectors
    MSD boost-a-pump
    1 7/8 LTs, high-flows, 3" X-pipe, 2.5" cutout, B&B Tri-Flow
    RSD shifter
    Country of Residence
    US
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    00 FRC - just exhaust & a hot-air intake
    99 Sierra - 5.3 / 5spd

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