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    Quote Originally Posted by hecatomb View Post
    I'm a little more curious about the "engine build, and that's all I will ever say about that part" part. Why so secretive with a build thread? It's madness
    Nah man, the PRICE is what I'll never talk about. I'll leave it to your imagination LOL. FML
    Ill tell you whatever you want to know about the engine.
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    Some parts have arrived. I have not had a chance to get to the shop to inspect these yet, so scotty bagged em and tagged em. It looks exciting though!





    A pile of parts is always fun to have a few photos of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron1202 View Post
    Nah man, the PRICE is what I'll never talk about. I'll leave it to your imagination LOL. FML
    Ill tell you whatever you want to know about the engine.
    Oh yea, you can't pay attention to the price doing this hobby. If I did, it'd be enough to give me a heart attack.
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    Why did you choose an 8-71 over a 6-71?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackAce View Post
    Why did you choose an 8-71 over a 6-71?
    I am going to guess a short block over 400 cubes, which a 6-71 is a bit undersized to really fill with boost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron1202 View Post
    Some parts have arrived. I have not had a chance to get to the shop to inspect these yet, so scotty bagged em and tagged em. It looks exciting though!



    A pile of parts is always fun to have a few photos of.
    Two of your pictures are dead.

    Quote Originally Posted by blasphemous View Post
    Oh yea, you can't pay attention to the price doing this hobby. If I did, it'd be enough to give me a heart attack.
    Pretty much, when I look at what I've spent in little stuff here and there I could've done a blower build like Matt's and paid for the tuning with some change left over...

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackAce View Post
    Why did you choose an 8-71 over a 6-71?
    CFM most likely, Matt runs the 6-71 and he's putting down around 500rwhp, the SHR builds that were putting down bigger numbers were all 8-71s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06grey300SRT8 View Post
    I am going to guess a short block over 400 cubes, which a 6-71 is a bit undersized to really fill with boost.
    Yeah, basically. The original kit Bob Cousimano designed was with an 8-71 running the rotors pretty loose. None of this is R&D its just the way they build them.
    Im sure a 671 would do the job, because I think the 871 can produce more air per rotation than my 426 is capable of breathing. I'll get more info on this for you when I can . It should be a pretty easily driven pulley with rotors a little more loose.
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    Pictures Fixed. Sorry. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tikibeast View Post
    CFM most likely, Matt runs the 6-71 and he's putting down around 500rwhp, the SHR builds that were putting down bigger numbers were all 8-71s.
    You're right. The 6-71, running loose enough to run dry, runs of steam.
    I'll eventually go to an 8-71.
    The blower doesn't care about displacement, it only cares about airflow. And since these move a metric butt-ton of air (thats 2000 assloads if you're wondering), the 8-71 is definitely not overkill.



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    Also, incase I forgot to mention; This kit design was sold to Eddie over at SHR from Bob Cousimano back int the day. I prefer to go to the horses mouth for this build. Bob, Scott, and Cam also did Hillbilly's challenger. Im in good hands, and I don't have to send my car across the US to get it done by SHR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattechperf View Post
    You're right. The 6-71, running loose enough to run dry, runs of steam.
    I'll eventually go to an 8-71.
    The blower doesn't care about displacement, it only cares about airflow. And since these move a metric butt-ton of air (thats 2000 assloads if you're wondering), the 8-71 is definitely not overkill.

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    We are also doing 8 injectors in the fuel hat with an intercooler under the blower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron1202 View Post
    We are also doing 8 injectors in the fuel hat with an intercooler under the blower.
    Sweet. I'd love to do an IC like that.
    What are you using to run the top injectors?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattechperf View Post
    Sweet. I'd love to do an IC like that.
    What are you using to run the top injectors?


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    Cam's going to hook them up to the stock computer. Should be interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron1202 View Post
    Cam's going to hook them up to the stock computer. Should be interesting.
    I was always concerned about losing the sequential character of the injection. My goal was always drivability and the blower would basically mash everything together into a "batch fire" scenario and cause idling and mid throttle nightmares.
    I'm excited to see how it works.

    If I do one, it would be 8 lower injectors and 8 over the blower on an auxiliary controller driven by throttle position or boost.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron1202 View Post
    Pictures Fixed. Sorry. :D
    Don't apologize to me, apologize to the underside of my desk that just got a little sticky...

    Quote Originally Posted by mattechperf View Post
    You're right. The 6-71, running loose enough to run dry, runs of steam.
    I'll eventually go to an 8-71.
    The blower doesn't care about displacement, it only cares about airflow. And since these move a metric butt-ton of air (thats 2000 assloads if you're wondering), the 8-71 is definitely not overkill.
    I always appreciate your math and exacting specifications.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron1202 View Post
    Cam's going to hook them up to the stock computer. Should be interesting.
    Cam's doing it? Somehow I never realized until now that you were also in Southern California...I look forward to stalking this beast in person!

    Quote Originally Posted by mattechperf View Post
    I was always concerned about losing the sequential character of the injection. My goal was always drivability and the blower would basically mash everything together into a "batch fire" scenario and cause idling and mid throttle nightmares.
    I'm excited to see how it works.

    If I do one, it would be 8 lower injectors and 8 over the blower on an auxiliary controller driven by throttle position or boost.


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    This makes me even more excited about next SF...
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    397rwhp/399rwtq
    Personal best 8.473 in the 1/8 and spinning like a fool, on old Toyos, pre Tranzformer, old suspension, and old stock engine, new times to come.

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