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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardoa1 View Post
    Will (mercutio). Has done some pretty big numbers with his m90 and his 4.3l

    Liquid intercoolers and some ice will get the car there. But a safe tune on just alky is debatable. But am rooting for the set up. Your car vs the anniversary would be a good match up. I don't know if my 35th car has the fuel upgrades needed to run my Mpx-S mega set up. I was going to run stock lines and 60s, I don't even think the pump is a HiOutput 255lph. And I was not planning on the upgrades for a bit, since the blue car will need some pocket change to get going.
    Mine will do it without any tricks like ice or it just wont do it lol. I upgraded all the lines, 340 pump, HPX maf, 4"cai, 95mm tb on a forged 3.8 platform. Like I said I have high hopes that it will pull over 400 hp if it doesnt I have tried everything I can think of to make the 3.8 make over 400 with an M90. I hope I do get to race you in october It would be a good time!
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    Mike thouse are awesome numbers! That motor you put together flows nice. That is a 3.8 not a 4.3 correct? Can't remember from our conversations.

    What is awesome is that you are getting these numbers from not a lot of boost. Looks like opening up the intake alone with those rotors was a nice mod for sure.

    I will call you soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardoa1 View Post
    Will (mercutio). Has done some pretty big numbers with his m90 and his 4.3l

    Liquid intercoolers and some ice will get the car there. But a safe tune on just alky is debatable. But am rooting for the set up. Your car vs the anniversary would be a good match up. I don't know if my 35th car has the fuel upgrades needed to run my Mpx-S mega set up. I was going to run stock lines and 60s, I don't even think the pump is a HiOutput 255lph. And I was not planning on the upgrades for a bit, since the blue car will need some pocket change to get going.
    I sure hope you are able to get one of them there I really want to see what you did with your inlet and the whole setup with my own eyes. I really like the custom cars like yours and you have two of the best!
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    Things are complicated on my end. I'm also eager to pull up with one of the sc.

    I think you have moved faster in the mod department then most members here. Keep up the work, just don't go broke doing it..nobody here funds your ventures, and after the results and props you are the one getting stuck with the empty wallet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardoa1 View Post
    Things are complicated on my end. I'm also eager to pull up with one of the sc.

    I think you have moved faster in the mod department then most members here. Keep up the work, just don't go broke doing it..nobody here funds your ventures, and after the results and props you are the one getting stuck with the empty wallet.
    Believe me I know all about the pocket book hurting lol. I cant waite til im up and running but then I still have one of the biggest expenses once the mechanical part is done, I still have to paint the car lol. I just figured if I was going to do it do it right and be done for a while because I know as things progress I will truly never be done with it.
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    Bringing this thread back p

    I would still like to hear the got come that you guys got after changing to the new MP rotor set. Would you go with them again, did you get the results you were expecting and was there a noticeable improvement in power when driving on the street?

    Thanks
    Dave377

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave377 View Post
    I would still like to hear the got come that you guys got after changing to the new MP rotor set. Would you go with them again, did you get the results you were expecting and was there a noticeable improvement in power when driving on the street?

    Thanks
    Dave377
    Id like to put some in my S Port and see what happens
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    I had no problems with the new pack. I had issues with my coupler. I cannot comment in the effectiveness of the coating as I did not do a before and after with just the pack. But it's been said that you you can expect 1-2 psi and lower temps.
    1994 Supercoupe 5spd Custom, first to buy a 2.1L Big Bore Kenne Bell Twin Screw for an SC
    Old numbers on 1.7l AR SC: 415WHP off the bottle-12.2535 @112.18 off the bottle. Best TQ to date 516ft/lbs, New numbers 480whp on dream crusher.
    1990 35th 5spd 2011 Carlisle 1st place class winner. 12.9@108MPH 1.9
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    If you search you will find explicit dyno results. Lower temps - no. More boost - yes. More power -yes.
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    Ya thats why i tape mine down. People think its bc i dont have a moonroof seal (which is true) but its really to keep my roof from ripping off .
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    I picked up 2 psi of boost and went from running 12.7's to 12.5's. The tune went slightly rich so I've got to retune again in Feb and I should be back to running 12.2's when the weather's right.
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    I went from 33% od and bare rotors to 25% od and mp rotors and gained 20rwhp also I went from exactly 13.1psi to 15.1psi



    Quote Originally Posted by dave377 View Post
    I would still like to hear the got come that you guys got after changing to the new MP rotor set. Would you go with them again, did you get the results you were expecting and was there a noticeable improvement in power when driving on the street?

    Thanks
    Dave377
    Last edited by Jacob_Royer; 07-27-2017 at 06:39 AM.
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    2013 Shootout Bracket ET First Place
    2015 Shootout Car Show Honerable Mention
    2016 Shootout Mod-1 First Place
    4.2, 2.3 Whipple, 3.73s AOD
    307rwhp 12.70@107.2 (MPX)
    395rwhp Whipple 11.741@117.5mph

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