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Old 05-12-2013, 10:31 PM   #1
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Default single turbo mach 1 build

Been working on it for 2 years, about 6 months back I decided I wanted to push the stock ECM to its limits, so around 28-29lbs I get spark blow out, I added a boost a spark to hopefully "fix" it but I havent tested it yet.

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4.6 4 valve built by SMP TUNING

Tuning done with sct with the stock ecm

9.5:1 c/r
ported heads with ferrea valves
98 cobra intake cams
manley ceramic coated pistons
manley rods with arp 2000 rod bolts
mmr side bolts
arp head and main studs


transmission is a vasco c4 built by mikes transmission in lancaster

rear end has a spool,33 spline strange axles 5/8 studs. welded tubes.
trz uppers and lowers and anti roll bar

12 point cage

precision 7675 cea billet wheel turbo
water to air intercooler

magnafuel 4703
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Old 05-12-2013, 10:40 PM   #5
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Old 11-01-2013, 10:37 PM   #6
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I changed some things around, still have most of the on3 turbo kit.

Took it to the track and most of it was a fail attempt first time out though lol

I mostly went to datalog air fuel since it hasnt been on the dyno with the new setup just some street tuning, running 30-31lbs of boost.

I looked over my datalog, I launched at 60% throttle, and 1 second
into it I completely let off for like half a second then I got back
into it like 80% throttle and then I slowly started letting off to
about 60% and around the 3.5 second mark I shifted into neutral SMH
so I manged a 5.1 in the 330 laucnhing with no boost, letting off
for half a second and most of the time 60% throttle and only on it
for 3.5 seconds of the 5.1 330 run.

manged a 1.77 60 foot withthat bs to lol
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Next time ill try and stay in it all the way :/ lol or at least get one of my friends who I now will lol

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Old 11-01-2013, 10:43 PM   #8
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I bought an enclosed car hauler for it to last month.

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Old 11-06-2013, 11:05 AM   #9
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nice mach.. what brand intercooler is that?

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Old 11-09-2013, 12:52 AM   #10
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sweet ride brother that mach is nasty!
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Old 11-13-2013, 09:21 AM   #11
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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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Old 01-11-2014, 11:48 PM   #12
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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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This it he guy I was talking about, these were test days.


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IMO depends on the tuner big time, I have found the secret to them, I dont think I will EVER need a stand alone lol
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IMO depends on the tuner big time, I have found the secret to them, I dont think I will EVER need a stand alone lol
Have you gotten a solid run in yet? Just curious what kind of times you get out of that setup.
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That was the very first pass on the new setup.

I have some races I want to get out of the way first before I post times.

The 330 time looks very promising. That was with me lifting and probably not on it the whole 330 and no nitrous during the run and 18lbs

It had gotten dynoed with the second stage and 25lbs already.
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All the videos are private ?
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Do work! I assume she's running good if you need to get some races out of the way! Good luck!
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didnt like the way it turned out so chad at CM RACING in south gate is taking care of the car and boy its not even nowhere near done but already looks 100x better




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its ready

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