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    Wow. You torched that thing.

    Details?

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    Hey I've got one of those!!!


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    Very impressive work! Like Tony asked, details?

    BTW be sure to check the pin end of that rod. The piston looks like the fire torched the rod also.

    Ed

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    This is what it is



    Details...Changed to a new circle d triple plate near factory stall, went out for a spin drove for about 30 minutes varying conditions. Just before the house decided to romp on it from about a 40 roll. shifted smoothly through the gears to third with no traction then pop.

    8.5:1 stock navi cams and springs, valves, Sullivan intake, 60lb, Weldon 2015a -12 feeding pump -10feeding splitter feeding -8 to rails -6 return,
    Kooks long tubes with no cats and 3 inch all the way out of magnaflow dido with built in x
    23+ psi from F1A inter-cooled
    18 degrees
    20 gallons 93 plus 1 can torco fuel maybe one month old
    55 temps
    give or take 600rwhp
    Couldn't say what the wideband said wasn't watching didn't log the run either. Didn't hear any Det but that may because all of the noise from the motor exhaust blower who knows. Any other questions ask away.

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    That first rod looks bent?

    Damn that sucks. JE Pistons? How long on the build? How much boost/timing?

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    23 lb I saw..

    Street car, pump gas; race car, race fuel.

    When I'm asked, over 16 lbs is a race car.

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    Wow. Bent the rod.

    Waaaay too much boost and timing for the octane.

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    Is there a picture missing?? I'm not seeing a bent rod unless its staring me in the face....lol...

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    Rod is not bent just the way it looks from the crappy phone camera.

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    Ahh... this pic in particular looked "off" to me.

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    That is just the normal narrowing of the pin boss area as it is merged into the main beam section.

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