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pics of broken motor 016 (Added by uedlose on 09-20-2008 10:06 PM)
OUCH! I know this is old but it's a good example of why I'd be so reluctant to run boost : ...
low boost is not a problem if you keep the rpms in check once you start spinning them up a ...
 

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  1. Cody96gt
    09-23-2008 04:53 PM
    Cody96gt
    how does this happen? lol
  2. uedlose
    09-23-2008 05:20 PM
    uedlose
    4 years worth of 14psi. of boost running 11.20 and a round 300 1/4 pass on the street and strip LOL. if you look at the rest of the pics. it is the good old split block 5.0 problem.
  3. projectresto83
    10-15-2008 09:01 PM
    projectresto83
    All I have to say is DAMN!
  4. mattkoly
    03-23-2009 09:17 AM
    mattkoly
    14 or 17? last picture i read it was 17
  5. uedlose
    03-26-2009 06:24 PM
    uedlose
    14 psi for 3 years the last year of its life was the 17 psi pulley. Some thing like that on the time frame. the charger is now on a customers car of mine and has been 7.00 in the 1/8 mile so far with 14psi. pulley on it stock bottom end all but the pistons. also no main support on it
  6. 86blackgt
    11-04-2009 09:59 PM
    86blackgt
    its a good way to show everyone what you have in the motor.
  7. stdyhand
    03-22-2011 08:21 AM
    stdyhand
    OUCH! I know this is old but it's a good example of why I'd be so reluctant to run boost Makes you wonder if this would have happened if it had stayed at 14 PSI instead of 17.
  8. uedlose
    03-22-2011 07:06 PM
    uedlose
    low boost is not a problem if you keep the rpms in check once you start spinning them up and adding bigger boost is when you start taking chances. but that is if the tune is on if the tune is off they will not last any time. I really think it was just its time but who knows.
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