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A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Here is a track shot of me versues Turbo Viper, I got him out of the hole but my I/C pipe blew about the top of 1st gear.

 I would have loved to see the look on his face when we left though




SCT Tuned by Me(Greg@SpeedyDyno.com)

E.T. 10.28 @ 136.5 MPH 1/4 mile: List of Mods; 351 EFI, AFR heads,AOD,Rousch 13in frt brakes,11in rear brakes, AirRide Tech air ride system, Sub frame connetors,2400 RPM stall, 3.50,BBK shorties,T62PT Turbos  air to air intercooled, Home built kit.
Car weights 3705lbs without driver:burnout:

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #1
Well apparently the pic you posted is worth "0" words....

Did you forget something? ;)
Long live the 4-eyes!  - '83 Tbird Turbo

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #2
If pictures are worth a thousands words, i think you just took a vow of silence.

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #3
Hey try that pic, The file was to large and it was late last night.
  So I screwed up. 
  Enjoy




SCT Tuned by Me(Greg@SpeedyDyno.com)

E.T. 10.28 @ 136.5 MPH 1/4 mile: List of Mods; 351 EFI, AFR heads,AOD,Rousch 13in frt brakes,11in rear brakes, AirRide Tech air ride system, Sub frame connetors,2400 RPM stall, 3.50,BBK shorties,T62PT Turbos  air to air intercooled, Home built kit.
Car weights 3705lbs without driver:burnout:

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #4
where's the fender??  funny way to cut down wieght  :):welder:


OOOH!!!  I'm a Eco Hypermiler :burnout: Not bad for 79mph on the interstate 2hours a day

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #5
That's some serious cold air intake. :)

Uhh Houston, we have a problem...

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #6
Keep having problem with the I/C pipe blowing off so we just pulled the fender off for easy access.




SCT Tuned by Me(Greg@SpeedyDyno.com)

E.T. 10.28 @ 136.5 MPH 1/4 mile: List of Mods; 351 EFI, AFR heads,AOD,Rousch 13in frt brakes,11in rear brakes, AirRide Tech air ride system, Sub frame connetors,2400 RPM stall, 3.50,BBK shorties,T62PT Turbos  air to air intercooled, Home built kit.
Car weights 3705lbs without driver:burnout:


A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #8
Quote from: 5.8fastcat
Keep having problem with the I/C pipe blowing off so we just pulled the fender off for easy access.


:rollin:

You're a lunatic :giggle:
11.96 @ 118 MPH old 306 KB; 428W coming soon.

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #9
1st things 1st get the pipe to stay on then we will worry about what the think.




SCT Tuned by Me(Greg@SpeedyDyno.com)

E.T. 10.28 @ 136.5 MPH 1/4 mile: List of Mods; 351 EFI, AFR heads,AOD,Rousch 13in frt brakes,11in rear brakes, AirRide Tech air ride system, Sub frame connetors,2400 RPM stall, 3.50,BBK shorties,T62PT Turbos  air to air intercooled, Home built kit.
Car weights 3705lbs without driver:burnout:

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #10
are you going to try and put a lip on your  ic pipes, then clamp the rubber connectors down behind it so they cant pull apart? i plan on running some boost in 2 of my cars, more in one... but anyway i'd be interested to find out what you do to fix it so i can copy it later on :p

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #11
Hey, good luck with that I/C pipe...how about some power numbers?  Turbo size, boost pressure...c'mon man, I'm drooling!
Project 3G: Grandpa Grocery Getter-'85 Crown Vic LTD 2-door, 351W with heavily ported/polished GT40 heads, heavily ported/polished Typhoon Power Plus upper & lower intake, Comp Cams 265DEH retarded 1*, FAST EZ-EFI, HD T5, 8.8" 3.73 trac lock with extra clutches, 3G alt. swap, '99 CVPI front brakes, '09 CVPI rear disc brakes, '00 CVPI booster&m/c + wilwood adj prop valve.

Parted & Gone-'88 T-bird Sport, 351W swap, ported GT40 heads

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #12
Check out the post with the video @ the track the 2nd page has pictures.

 Have welded lips on part of the pipes now it only blowes it off @ the MAF and it has a Aluim  that is polished so I'll have to tig a ring on it now.




SCT Tuned by Me(Greg@SpeedyDyno.com)

E.T. 10.28 @ 136.5 MPH 1/4 mile: List of Mods; 351 EFI, AFR heads,AOD,Rousch 13in frt brakes,11in rear brakes, AirRide Tech air ride system, Sub frame connetors,2400 RPM stall, 3.50,BBK shorties,T62PT Turbos  air to air intercooled, Home built kit.
Car weights 3705lbs without driver:burnout:

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #13
what kind of clamps are you using? when i was using regular worm clamps on my buick- once i would hit 18-20 psi the IC hose going into my front mount would blow off. i switch to t bolt style clamps then it would go 30psi no problem

heres the clamps i use
http://www.racepartsolutions.com/products.asp?cat=27

A picture is worth a Thousand WORDS

Reply #14
I have t bolt clamps now and only 12 lbs of boost




SCT Tuned by Me(Greg@SpeedyDyno.com)

E.T. 10.28 @ 136.5 MPH 1/4 mile: List of Mods; 351 EFI, AFR heads,AOD,Rousch 13in frt brakes,11in rear brakes, AirRide Tech air ride system, Sub frame connetors,2400 RPM stall, 3.50,BBK shorties,T62PT Turbos  air to air intercooled, Home built kit.
Car weights 3705lbs without driver:burnout: