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VIDEO at Idle plus streetability and WOT with my 511rwhp / FTI

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    wow thats nice!!
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    Christian-

    Fantastic job of documenting the build! I can only imagine what 500RWHP feels like on pure motor. I'm at ~450HP on spray and that power is incredible. All things considered, for under $13k in mods you've got yourself a streetable car that can kill damn near most anything you'll run into out there.

    Nice job! After seeing your scan of your top speed run, I'm very tempted to see if I can achieve the same in my car with my HPTuner software!

    Awesome content addition for LS1.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    Christian-

    Fantastic job of documenting the build! I can only imagine what 500RWHP feels like on pure motor. I'm at ~450HP on spray and that power is incredible. All things considered, for under $13k in mods you've got yourself a streetable car that can kill damn near most anything you'll run into out there.

    Nice job! After seeing your scan of your top speed run, I'm very tempted to see if I can achieve the same in my car with my HPTuner software!

    Awesome content addition for LS1.com.

    -Eagle
    Hi Eagle,

    Glad to share my engine evolution with enthusiasts here...

    I can't wait to see one of your top speed screen shot...don't forget, HPT software is limited to 160 mph in acquisition, add the revs and to make the unbeliever quiet use a GPS...mine toped at 187!!!

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    hey luos your #'s is were I would like to start out at can
    you give me some tips on how to get there I have 01 Z28 M6
    planning to cam it thought about the MS3 or Tourqer 3 I
    would like low end and top (the best of both worlds) your
    info thanks my mods are below
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    ^ I believe he's running more cubic inches than Christian, which in turn will give him more calculated horsepower. However, Christian's (the OP) build is w/346 cubic inches in displacement. Pretty amazing feat (500+RWHP) on his behalf, believe me....

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    so the spec 2 toasted pretty quick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Street Lethal View Post
    ^ I believe he's running more cubic inches than Christian, which in turn will give him more calculated horsepower. However, Christian's (the OP) build is w/346 cubic inches in displacement. Pretty amazing feat (500+RWHP) on his behalf, believe me....
    I think its a 402/408 one of the other, however i might be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillard99 View Post
    hey luos your #'s is were I would like to start out at can
    you give me some tips on how to get there I have 01 Z28 M6
    planning to cam it thought about the MS3 or Tourqer 3 I
    would like low end and top (the best of both worlds) your
    info thanks my mods are below
    ehh, its not that fast. I mean he is barley breaking into the 11's

























































    5800 feet up

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    ehh well if you not going to give me some info keep your
    dam a*#ss coments to your self

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillard99 View Post
    ehh well if you not going to give me some info keep your
    dam a*#ss coments to your self
    dude i was kidding, calm down. If u read my other post u would have a better idea. Its not easy or cheap. He put a shit load of time, money and patience into that car. And judging by ur sig, u seem to have 500 horses so why would u scrape that all away for a few more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillard99 View Post
    hey luos your #'s is were I would like to start out at can
    you give me some tips on how to get there I have 01 Z28 M6
    planning to cam it thought about the MS3 or Tourqer 3 I
    would like low end and top (the best of both worlds) your
    info thanks my mods are below
    The original poster and myself have completely different builds.
    If I wanted to make mine put out more power, I could. But I went fairly tame with mine.
    To see mods...
    Updated Slowass write-up, vids, pics...
    I link you because I don't want to get off topic in this thread.
    PM me if you want further info.

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    Cool bro I just wanted lil info from people in different post
    for ideas on my set up and his was kind off in my ball park
    but its all good my bad for blowin off on you

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2MuchFun View Post
    so the spec 2 toasted pretty quick?
    Hi 2MuchFun,

    The Spec II was holding the power on the road ON STREET TIRES...

    My constatation is the clutch was not suffering of anything, the real first fuse in the drive-train is the tires on a normal road.
    Wheel spin is unfortunately usual each time I am getting on throttle, first and second gear, and third gear if the temperature reaches the low 50*...

    I did upgrade to the Exo-Skel in case of using the car to the strip and lauching 6000rpm on MT Et street tires.

    The Spec II is a great clutch for a powerful ZO6 street car.

    Christian

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    I receive regularly PMs from Members asking about my "track time".

    Not always the opportunity, and maybe not the real motivation...

    This afternoon I made a short video launching a run on my usual private road in the 77* 70% Florida humidity.
    It was pretty sandy and traction is effective in third gear only.

    I still love the way my 'small' engine is accelerating on his 3:42 rear dif...

    What do you think?



    Christian

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    Good stuff! Can't wait until we see 70* here sometime... Its 1* outside, and there's over 12" of snow frozen in my front yard! My baby is sleeping in the garage with a pile of parts coming in the mail here to kick off spring upgrades!

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    A quick update.
    On another forum a member asked a question about my PCV set-up...

    First time we started my engine it had the Catch-can system I was using with success in my previous set-up, normally mounted as required by the manufactor and having the PCV functional.
    It came immediately obvious that my new combo was not liking it (certainly Ed camshaft...), after the warm up, on full blip throttle acceleration there was a huge shadow of blue smoke coming out the exhaust in deceleration...the oil was coming from the intake through the PCV Catch-can system.

    Jeremy Formato directely pointed the catch can the way it was mounted and recomended to go for a Cap-breather...it was changed in the instant before going testing on the road, Jeremy had brought one with him.
    All the PCV exit lines were sealed with plastic caps he had as well.

    Since then I have slightly modified the system, the principle stays the same, efficiency and oil vapors under the hood are more under control vs. the simple Cap-breather initially mounted.

    Then the final set-up is a Catch-can with a Breather I mounted on the top of it, 2 lines coming from each Valve Cover and one line coming from the Valley Cover, all of them joining the Catch-can in the part helping the decanting of the oil vapors...no more oil consumption through the intake or smoke on decelleration, no other problems added.

    General view from the right side



    General view from the left side



    Line from the Valley Cover 1



    Line from the Valley Cover 2



    Details from the left side



    Connections to the Catch-can 1



    Connections to the catch-can 2



    Hope that anwer your question and will help
    Christian

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    I wrote an anwer on another forum related to the relocation of my IAT...may be informative for someone, then i copy past.

    Hi viper,

    Building my combo I decided to run OLSD, then the MAF went out of the car...

    Reasons were to eliminate any restriction from the MAF if any and to obtain a tune as smooth as possible with a tame idle and the opportunity to set some lean AFR at cruise...which I did.

    Taking away the MAF, I was as well taking the Intake Air temperature sensor away.
    I had to relocate it...and find the "best" place to mount it.

    I have tried in the Air Filter, in the Cold Air Intake (more an Ambient Air Intake if want to be accurate in terminology) and in the same place as the Outside Temperature sensor.

    The obtained results at WOT were very similar, difference was minimal and not significant.
    Meanwhile I was recording a lot of disparities in city driving from day to day.
    Altering the tuning was just a band-aid and the VE table was inconsistent day to day outside temperature related.

    I finally opted for the option of mounting the IAT Sensor in the flow stream of the intake, the ERG support beeing a good spot in the FAST Intake:





    From there I could dialed a solid consistant VE Table which is bringing me repetability from day to day outside temperature variation.
    The algorithms of the Cylinder Charge Temperature and the stock Bias and Filter are working fine from 45* to 98* outside temperature now, and the IAT Sensor is recording a wide range of Temp able to change very quickly for the pleasure of the PCM...
    Below are 3 screen shot of the IAT recorded going from Palm Beach to Sebring at 6am.
    Three time the same log with the Average log, the Max log and the Mini log to give an idea of the amplitude of the changes:

    AVERAGE IAT LOG:



    MAXIMUM IAT LOG:



    MINIMUM IAT LOG:



    Don't ask me where, but I did some over 186mph on this log this morning (I was late...)
    Christian
    Last edited by miami993c297; 04-07-2008 at 12:01 PM.

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    Christian,

    that was some very nice info/documentation i read about your car. now only if my christmas presents were came like that! it will most likely take me at LEAST 1 year to aquire all those goodies (on a z28 however). nonetheless, well done sir! very impressed

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