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Old 12-04-2012, 11:48 AM
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Originally Posted by stevewhiteparts View Post
...and the pcm's are sent in as vin number is acquired

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yeah... that's the part I don't like...



How long will it take to do the install? ...and how/little boost is recommended before the extra hp kills the tranny and anything beyond...
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Old 12-07-2012, 07:52 PM
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Hows about a kit like the one in the pics and I don't need your VIN. This kit makes the car go slideways!
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Red Barron tell me a story Im very intrested I have a 2011 392 with a B & G tune and all the rest of the goodies....thanks gwnwnvy
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Story is this thing runs like a raped ape and drive ability is same as stock when you keep your foot out of it. I should be running right at 6.5 lbs of boost (kit is 7.5 but I supposedly lose a pound of boost because of my long tubes) but will know for sure in a few days when I get my boost gauge from Modern Muscle. My interceptor won't read the boost correctly! Anyhow I'm using the trinity with my tuners (two) to finish dialing in AFR and timing. This complete solution should be around $7500 and can be installed by anybody that has the tools and can follow directions.

The good news is we will be turning up the boost shortly after we have this configuration fully blessed and ready for the masses. To step on the boost I will be adding a set of Modern Muscle direct drop in pistons which will take the extra abuse.

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Hows about a kit like the one in the pics and I don't need your VIN. This kit makes the car go slideways!
Congrats the on system RB. Just not a big fan of all that piping. I understand having the heat ex-changer, but why did you guys wrap the piping all the way around the motor??? Seems a good way to absorb heat before entering the TB. Not trying to cut it down buddy... just was curious
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RB: I also like everything about it except the piping. However we appreciate your continued efforts to bring great performance to the 392. One question though why not place it in front of the grill versus in the engine compartment. Obvious reason is no way to get there I guess. I just don't like all the piping...otherwise BRAVO!
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Old 12-08-2012, 07:28 AM
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RB: I also like everything about it except the piping. However we appreciate your continued efforts to bring great performance to the 392. One question though why not place it in front of the grill versus in the engine compartment. Obvious reason is no way to get there I guess. I just don't like all the piping...otherwise BRAVO!
I imagine the front of the grill is already being filled by the little radiator for the heat ex-changer.
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Av that is most likely true. I really do like the set up though. If we didn't have the driver side angle on the intake he might have been able to keep all the piping to the one side. I considered trying to set this all up myself using a protech for a 6.1 and if I had a tuning solution probably would have tried it. I'm all about the clean look when it comes to superchargers and ram intakes etc. I wonder if he has or is able to keep the MDS and the dual active intake functional? By the looks of it I would say yes on both.
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Av that is most likely true. I really do like the set up though. If we didn't have the driver side angle on the intake he might have been able to keep all the piping to the one side. I considered trying to set this all up myself using a protech for a 6.1 and if I had a tuning solution probably would have tried it. I'm all about the clean look when it comes to superchargers and ram intakes etc. I wonder if he has or is able to keep the MDS and the dual active intake functional? By the looks of it I would say yes on both.
He's got a manual so no MDS, and I'm sure the active intake is still functional. I wouldn't want to keep MDS active anyway so that should not be of concern.
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The piping is becouse of the angle of the TB on the intake. Vortec uses a Air to Water system so the Piping has to be routed through the cooler.
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