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post #16 of 55 (permalink) Old 03-09-2015, 08:50 PM
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So many to choose from haha. I am a bit nervous with the F10X, but the budget didn't allow for a computer this year.
No worries, keep boost sane - switch to e85, then the NA ignition maps are pretty decent even

Also, my motor is silver also, nice look.

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Now the next question. Right now the car is running 7psi. It is hitting 10:1 A/F pretty much as soon as I get boost. Being that the F10X does not control timing can I just turn up the boost to say 10-12 psi if the A/F ratios stay down in the mid 10s to 11s ? Also no E85 to be had in Canada

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Got the car to 13psi running 94 octane. A/F is around 10.9. Car pulls very hard! Little nerve racking turning it up, but I think it will be fine. Seen others running this much boost with the stock timing and good A/F ratios.
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Evening Shoot. Car is all finished for this year I think.













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Very Nice! love the build and progress you have made so far. Love the OEM CF hood- it flows really well... what brand did you go with?

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So had a bit of a disaster. The bolts from the bellhousing to transmission (the ones hidden when the trans is installed) came loose. Lets just say things that shouldn't have touched......did . Was the only part of the car I didn't touch over the winter. Ended up breaking the input shaft, bell housing, driveshaft and broke the back of my block off. Basically everything broke.





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But...............She is all back together again with a new built motor, a Merlin Cralwer updated R154 and hardened bolts that have lock washers and loc-tite to hold the bellhousing from both sides. Made it to Street Machines and back so far.







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More progress over this winter. More paint, fuel and power.











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Can't go wrong with those choices!
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Wow. I've never liked black is300's until now. Nicely done friend! Sorry about the hard luck with the tranny bolts thats a shame but I can see your car is in good hands like Allstate. lol

I like the degree/angle of the Aerocatch hood pins you installed I think I will do the same with mine. I've been sitting on the for some time now.

I think I can speak for the masses here that we would all like to see some videos, maybe set your phone down and do some pulls on a straight away, sound clips and such. You've got a monster there and we'd like to hear it rawr Awesome work! I like the shots with the big brother too

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Thanks! It's coming along nicely after the failure and 6 months in the shop out of the snow. Should have a dyno video next Monday and some numbers. Still running the F10X so we shall see. Hoping for somewhere around 450whp. When Lexi is on the road for the summer I will get some videos.
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Haven't posted in a while this is a little video we put together of some test and tuning.

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On the dyno made 460whp not bad for a F10X!

http://vid32.photobucket.com/albums/...psjo54itnh.mp4

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So had a bit of a disaster. The bolts from the bellhousing to transmission (the ones hidden when the trans is installed) came loose. Lets just say things that shouldn't have touched......did . Was the only part of the car I didn't touch over the winter. Ended up breaking the input shaft, bell housing, driveshaft and broke the back of my block off. Basically everything broke.





Yikes! Nothing came inside passenger compartment at least?

Looks like some good progress since that tragic event...
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