Mach 1 SectionThis section is for discussions relating to the reincarnation of the Mach 1 trimline.
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Still running the stock ECM? I know a Terminator guy that was pushing the stock ECM limits with his single Hellion and ended up lunching four engines before he gave up and switched to a stand alone system and then it was reliable.
He was over 900whp with his car and running 9.20s on drag radials and 8.90s on slicks.
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Here is the video of the latest pass, I was suppose to race a gn that night, I told him my car has never been on the dyno or even tested at all with the new setup let me make a practice hit, He said okay.
I load up a fat tune with timing retarted,
he walks up and changes his mind while I am in the lanes, so I say ok whatever ill run you. I take off the second stage of nitrous cause I wasnt gonna make a full pass without knowing where the tune was at. No kabooms lol
they close the left lane and we dont get to run. so my car makes about 18lbs on that pass and without nitrous. A/f was pegged rich the whole pass and timing was about 2.5 degrees lower then what I ran on my old setup at 28lbs.
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