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    Rear ride height adjuster kit

    I am running the Eibach R1 coil over kit. This kit in the rear uses an adjustable perch mount. What I've learned while experimenting with this setup is as follows: For lowering the car from 1.5" to 2.5" they work great. If you're lowering only 1", I don't recommend it. To maintain around...
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    Coyote Oil Leak

    He probably said "Good enough for government work".
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    Coyote Oil Leak

    Probably assembled on a Friday afternoon.
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    Something to note, I ran a monoblade with this setup, and it wasn't the most enjoyable after...

    Something to note, I ran a monoblade with this setup, and it wasn't the most enjoyable after letting off and under boost. The monoblade would slam shut. I actually went from the monoblade to a twin 65 and my drivability was much better.
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    I am running a 4.63" now, but did run a 4.75 on my D1SC. With my 4.75, I saw around 9ish lbs of...

    I am running a 4.63" now, but did run a 4.75 on my D1SC. With my 4.75, I saw around 9ish lbs of boost, but I had belt slip. You might see 10lbs if you run an RPM belt. On the 4.63 I see about 13lbs.
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    I run a sticky 315 out back and it's not enough to hold that torque in 1st or 2nd. There is...

    I run a sticky 315 out back and it's not enough to hold that torque in 1st or 2nd. There is really no reason to make more. However, as you pulley down, your procharger will make more torque down low. I am now making 13lbs of boost and getting about 15 degrees of timing with my smaller pulley...
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    With that being said, of course the reason for doing this is to make more boost down low and...

    With that being said, of course the reason for doing this is to make more boost down low and attempt to get more torque that the centri's don't make compared to twin screws. I can tell you this, with my D1SC, on the dyno with only 9lbs of boost, I had a flat line of 500lbft of torque at the...
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    As far as waste gating the Procharger, I have not done it. I actually spent a lot of time...

    As far as waste gating the Procharger, I have not done it. I actually spent a lot of time chatting with the techs at procharger and also talking it over with my tuner, and it kind of sounds like doing this can damage your centri blowers (yes, I know others do it, but alas, it can wear them out...
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    Glad to hear you got it all mated up. I used the ATI on with my 10 rib setup and the only thing...

    Glad to hear you got it all mated up. I used the ATI on with my 10 rib setup and the only thing I needed were the longer bolts that came with my balancer.
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    2012 GT Track Car Build Thread

    Looking sharp! Can't wait to see it in person!
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    Oh, and sorry I didn't see this. SVTPerformance has been doing some weird stuff lately.

    Oh, and sorry I didn't see this. SVTPerformance has been doing some weird stuff lately.
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    Do you have a pulley from ATI that is specific for the procharger or are you trying to use the...

    Do you have a pulley from ATI that is specific for the procharger or are you trying to use the pulley that comes right from the kit?
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    FBO ?

    If you're a Ford guy, Intake manifold, CAI, headers, full exhaust, and tune. If you're a Chevy guy, Heads, Cam, Intake manifold, throttle body, Headers, full exhaust, Nitrous, and tune.
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    2012 GT Track Car Build Thread

    Car looks good! When the Covid issue goes away, I'll have to make my way down that way for some of the meets that happen and check it out.
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    101 octane with S/C

    Well, the factory MT82 can handle a lot of power, however, it can only handle it for so long. It's nothing like the tremec. Remember, the clutch is a wear item and is designed to slip and fail over time, saving the transmission. However, as the clutch holds more, the things behind it are...

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