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AirForce1
12-28-2005, 11:04 PM
Slaters tuned the car to day and they set it rich for right now.

550 rwhp

slaters order a 2 3/4 pully to make 17pounds of boost.

Because it is set to 15 pounds on the chip right now but with my ported heads i am only getting 13 pounds.

so it is a work in progress. I will keep you guys posted.:thumbsup:

97CasperCobra
12-28-2005, 11:35 PM
nice numbers Aaron....can't wait to see what it does at the track after 500-1000 miles. IF you can drive I'd say mid to low-11s are possible. :thumbsup:

Just hope you don't break a half-shaft doing it.

spitfire
12-29-2005, 12:09 AM
:ttiwwop: Dude Pictures! :thumbsup:

kencobra
12-29-2005, 07:07 AM
Awesome numbers

bluethunder
12-29-2005, 09:20 AM
well, since no else did it, Wat happened to 700+rwhp? :doubt: :(

97CasperCobra
12-29-2005, 09:21 AM
well, since no else did it, Wat happened to 700+rwhp? :doubt: :(

Guess Carl can breathe easy now that Aaron's not gonna be keeping up with him.... ;) :p

bluethunder
12-29-2005, 09:23 AM
Guess Carl can breathe easy now that Aaron's not gonna be keeping up with him.... ;) :p


550 on 15lbs. is good for a base tune, Break in the clutch and you or them can most likely get high 500's or maybe 600's on 19 lbs.

Don't think Carl or Larry have too much to worry about someone keeping up with them.

sbc.cobra
12-29-2005, 10:48 AM
Slaters tuned the car to day and they set it rich for right now.

550 rwhp

slaters order a 2 3/4 pully to make 17pounds of boost.

Because it is set to 15 pounds on the chip right now but with my ported heads i am only getting 13 pounds.

so it is a work in progress. I will keep you guys posted.:thumbsup:

good numbers aaron. tell them to keep the a/f under 11.5...then you shouldn't have to worry about anything w/ regards to the engine. but i hope you save up for some half shafts b/c those probably won't last long if you start drag racing.

cobrapace94
12-29-2005, 10:56 AM
Good number Aaron. Keep it safe & don't worry about the peak hp number. If you do, you will be doing this again in the near future.

sbc.cobra
12-29-2005, 10:59 AM
Good number Aaron. Keep it safe & don't worry about the peak hp number. If you do, you will be doing this again in the near future.

exactly...don't be a dyno queen...take it to the track and put down some good numbers...then you won't have to worry about how much power the dyno says it has

97CasperCobra
12-29-2005, 11:07 AM
exactly...don't be a dyno queen...take it to the track and put down some good numbers...then you won't have to worry about how much power the dyno says it has

i.e.....learn how to drive that car. :D

Levi
12-29-2005, 11:09 AM
exactly...don't be a dyno queen...take it to the track and put down some good numbers...then you won't have to worry about how much power the dyno says it has

Thatís what I have been telling Aaron. Take it to the track, learn how to drive that kind of power and put down some numbers to see if he is progressing as a driver. With this kind of horses, Getty up does not get it done. :cool:

Firme
12-29-2005, 12:14 PM
Great numbers Aaron :thumbsup: but like the others said, the track is the best gauge.
Now make sure you take your time and learn how to wield the power.

AirForce1
12-29-2005, 12:29 PM
I am going to make it to the next track event.

Carl G
12-29-2005, 12:35 PM
Good numbers Aaron. What did Slaters set the air/fuel ratio? There is some good advise here about understanding what your car will do with that much HP. There is a huge difference in the way the car handles going from 450 to 550 HP. The torque is the big issue on the rear. If you get on it hard the back end will want to come around on you so be careful. Take the car to the track and get use to the feel. Back on the air fuel, Keep it around the 11.2 to 11.5 and you will have no problems from the motor. Get closer to the 12's and you might be looking at another major problem. Good luck on the tuning :thumbsup:

AirForce1
12-29-2005, 12:37 PM
Good numbers Aaron. What did Slaters set the air/fuel ratio? There is some good advise here about understanding what your car will do with that much HP. There is a huge difference in the way the car handles going from 450 to 550 HP. The torque is the big issue on the rear. If you get on it hard the back end will want to come around on you so be careful. Take the car to the track and get use to the feel. Back on the air fuel, Keep it around the 11.2 to 11.5 and you will have no problems from the motor. Get closer to the 12's and you might be looking at another major problem. Good luck on the tuning :thumbsup:
i will thanks carl. i will post the picks of the car later to night. next week she has to go back and get re tuned and we will see.:thumbsup:

03 cobra toy
12-29-2005, 12:48 PM
Nice numbers :thumbsup:

Twice Bitten
12-29-2005, 01:27 PM
A/F at 11.2-11.5 is not insurance that the engine will not blow, there other things involved that will blow a built engine at that a/f! ;)

Levi
12-29-2005, 01:37 PM
A/F at 11.2-11.5 is not insurance that the engine will not blow, there other things involved that will blow a built engine at that a/f! ;)


Like adding NOS. :eek:

:rotf:

AirForce1
12-29-2005, 01:39 PM
Like adding NOS. :eek:

:rotf:
yea.....that would do it.:rotf:

thanks larry i will be carful. I only drive it on sat. and tues.

sbc.cobra
12-29-2005, 02:42 PM
A/F at 11.2-11.5 is not insurance that the engine will not blow, there other things involved that will blow a built engine at that a/f! ;)

no, but it's better insurance than setting it at 12.0 :eek:

jimmysidecarr
12-29-2005, 02:46 PM
For high torque cars to avoid this...
The PROBLEM
http://www.billetflow.com/IRSFailure_Case3_Pic002.jpg

I would buy one of these...
THE CURE
http://www.billetflow.com/IRS_Girdle01.jpg




The link--> http://www.billetflow.com/irs_brace.htm

Twice Bitten
12-29-2005, 03:07 PM
For high torque cars to avoid this...
The PROBLEM
http://www.billetflow.com/IRSFailure_Case3_Pic002.jpg

I would buy one of these...
THE CURE
http://www.billetflow.com/IRS_Girdle01.jpg




The link--> http://www.billetflow.com/irs_brace.htm


Have you been looking under my car????? :rolleyes:

jimmysidecarr
12-29-2005, 03:47 PM
Have you been looking under my car????? :rolleyes:

BEEN THERE DONE THAT????

Twice Bitten
12-29-2005, 03:56 PM
I fixed it before it became a problem!!! :thumbsup:

NOZ is good for an engine :rotf: :rotf:

spitfire
12-30-2005, 01:40 AM
For high torque cars to avoid this...
The PROBLEM


I would buy one of these...
THE CURE
http://www.billetflow.com/IRS_Girdle01.jpg




The link--> http://www.billetflow.com/irs_brace.htmI have the Steeda one installed on my car. I looked at all the others and liked steeda better, because it has two Gussets rather than just one!

AirForce1
12-30-2005, 06:04 PM
here are the new dyno numbers for now...... 591 rwhp 595 rwtq

and it is still a little rich so slater is going to re tune a new chip next week to

fix the a/f. and they are expecting 600-615 hp.:thumbsup:

well the car is running great now. It will be there next tues.

bluethunder
12-30-2005, 06:06 PM
here are the new dyno numbers for now...... 591 rwhp 595 rwtq

and it is still a little rich so slater is going to re tune a new chip next week to

fix the a/f. and they are expecting 600-615 hp.:thumbsup:

well the car is running great now. It will be there next tues.


What's a "little rich"?

jimmysidecarr
12-30-2005, 06:13 PM
I have the Steeda one installed on my car. I looked at all the others and liked steeda better, because it has two Gussets rather than just one!

Not that it matters... since you already bought one and have it on...
But.................. What is the guage of steel used???

AirForce1
12-30-2005, 06:30 PM
What's a "little rich"?10:1.

bluethunder
12-30-2005, 06:44 PM
here are the new dyno numbers for now...... 591 rwhp 595 rwtq

and it is still a little rich so slater is going to re tune a new chip next week to

fix the a/f. and they are expecting 600-615 hp.:thumbsup:

well the car is running great now. It will be there next tues.

10:1.


Was this 591/595 uncorrected with an A/F of 10:1?

sbc.cobra
12-31-2005, 10:32 AM
Was this 591/595 uncorrected with an A/F of 10:1?

i doubt seriously that he has those numbers w/ 10:1 a/f.

AirForce1
12-31-2005, 03:56 PM
no it Is a sae dyno sheet.

I will bring it on tues. and you can see what i am talking about.