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Old 05-20-2010, 10:10 AM
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That clanking would drive me insane. It sounds like the rods are fighting each other to see who can get out of the oil pan first.
Awesome numbers. Congrats.
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oh that clanking... did we mention they are diesel...
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Looked like 1593 @ 13 #.
Great finish work also !
88 MM'S Turbs. ??
Do those Turb heat covers seem to work well ?
I know they are pricey and see they are rated for 1800 deg.continuouis.
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we did not use water jacketed turbos because they were expensive and we were trying to stay under our 30k budget.......... jk

this video is after a long steady state pull... the outside of the heat shield is the same temp as everything else in the room. I dont know what material it is made of but it is probably really bad for you to breath if it works this good..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCybzy33X3Y
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we did not use water jacketed turbos because they were expensive and we were trying to stay under our 30k budget..


a couple of oscillating desk fans mounted to the bulkhead should keep the heat in check..
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That gets rid of all the "What's the corection factor?" questions.

What's with the $30,000 budget?? I might take a pair if that's the motor price.
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That gets rid of all the "What's the corection factor?" questions.

What's with the $30,000 budget?? I might take a pair if that's the motor price.
I'll just take 1 and add a bow thruster
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nice looking package,cant wait to see how it runs in the Skater,Should be impressive
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for 30k , I'll take 2
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Thats AWESOME !
Should put them in glass case now and just look at them!

What do you get for 30 ?
What fuel were you running at 13 lbs ?

And wholly hell pull yer pants up
pants on the ground will start all over

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That vid sure answers the heat question !
Thanks, i was thinking they were these ones -

http://racepartsolutions.com/proddet...od=HSP%2D30007

Who is the supplier for those ones. They look thicker.


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we did not use water jacketed turbos because they were expensive and we were trying to stay under our 30k budget.......... jk

this video is after a long steady state pull... the outside of the heat shield is the same temp as everything else in the room. I dont know what material it is made of but it is probably really bad for you to breath if it works this good..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCybzy33X3Y
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