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01-30-2006, 09:53 PM
I would like to talk about Power Adder's. Have you had a Power adder before. Or are you adding one tell use about it with some Photo if you have them. Tell use about how Fast it was before the Power adder. How fast was it after you installed the Power Adder.
12-30-2008, 05:25 PM
Blower = ProCharger in our case we are weighing the options. Has anybody put a turbo on a 455? With that said, if you have, do you run one turbo or twin turbos? We were thinking of running one turbo up front and then the twins came into play. With the new T/A block (Aluminum) I would hope all the weaknesses will be addressed and we put some power to these things and keep them alive. I know a few of you guys have run the ProCharger with some success and that is great however we need to make in upper 1300's to mid 1400's to set a record so any help would be great.
12-31-2008, 05:35 PM
I don't know what restrictions they have on your combo. But to be honest 1300 to 1400 hundred should be easy money. I will know what exactly we are makeing within the month of jan. Just waitng on a new cam and we will be going back together than off to the pump we are going to try two different air to airs and co2 and maybe air to water to see the difference if we have time. We figure we are some were in the area of 1500 right now just based on whats in the car one of my best buds is Steve Morris and he is huge in Procharger combos we are going to dyno at his new shop.
01-06-2009, 11:26 AM
Bobb, Good luck and keep me posted. We are going to inject a set of turbos I believe. We should make some big power now all we have to do is make it live and make the car work with the extra power. The salt is like an ice rink so it might be tricky. The restrictions we have are no electronic fuel management and nothing can be done to the body of the car, that is it! Classes change with fuel change ie... (fuel = alcohol) (gas= any racing gasoline) and Engine size 500.99cid or less = "A" engine and 501.00cid and more = AA engine.
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