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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby swank » Sun Feb 14, 2010 1:49 pm

Stomp wrote: I guess I should be flattered that he still thinks about me. :oops:


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Swank thanks for all of your hard work we all appreciate it.


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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby RSWORDS » Mon Feb 15, 2010 2:16 pm

swank wrote:Hey guys. I just want to say that I stand with Richie on this. The whole point of this site is to have a place where EVERYBODY can hangout. Getting into the ban game isn't really what this place is about as far as I'm concerned. Both Jeremy AND Bill are well respected (maybe in different circles :D ) members of this community.

I would REALLY appreciate it if everybody would work together to keep this kind of behavior to a minimum around here.

I just went through a whole lot to get this place upgraded and paid all the bill's for the next year of runnin the place. I take it personally when ANYBODY threatens what all of the members have worked towards for the last couple years. So please, keep that in mind when you post stuff.

That is all.

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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby pulltilbroke » Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:20 pm

Remps wrote:Pulltillbroke,what kind of rear diff is in that red truck? Some nice clean pulls by the way.Good info on the Garrett chargers too,i've been researching lately what garrett turbos all came on,and am thinkin of finding a good used 4088 and putting a GT 4594 or a 4702 under it.I can't afford new,gotta build my own.


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The rear in Jeffs truck is an GM Corporate HO72 also refered to as an Eaton.

I posted a thread about it a while back.

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BTW I don't think anyone should be banned but I do get tired of the bitchin back and forth. Although that is when some of the best info comes out.

I do want to see some records broke though. :D
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby ccoxva » Thu Feb 18, 2010 5:19 pm

Just glad you have a place like this to post and thats laid back and get a break from comp D's bs. Thanks Swank. :)
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Postby Douglas » Sun Mar 07, 2010 4:28 pm

1STGENFARMBOY wrote:Has anybody thought about a single-sequential turbo it has one exaust housing between two compressor wheels you could have a twin port intake plate, i think frod is using one on there new powerstrokless for 2011, it would be different thats for sure, ;)


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I don't think that's the case. Exhaust ports in the V, dual inlet exhaust snail and what has always looked like a single compressor. Seen them fairly far apart over the last year, but have not yet had the pleasure of dismantling a turbo yet...:) There is also a variable geometry control on it. It is pretty neat, but there is too much expense involved for me to *REALLY* want one...heck, if I wanted to really start playing I'd go put a P-pumped 4BT in a 1985 F250...heh-heh-heh...
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby BPONCI » Tue Mar 23, 2010 7:50 am

Very interesting reading material.
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby bgilbert » Tue Mar 23, 2010 4:29 pm

Welcome to the forum Brad!
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby dazedandconfused » Fri Oct 08, 2010 10:07 am

This has been one of the most informative post I've read on a forum in a long time. That's a good running truck.
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby oldestof11 » Mon Oct 18, 2010 5:02 pm

So, is that a 2.6" charger?

I was thinking about how a VE could spin a 2.6 and found this post 2nd from the top! God's guiding hand! :brilsmurf:
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby soggy » Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:44 pm

1 inch equals 25.4mm, a 2.6 is 66mm. I think they said the Garrett on stillsmokin's truck was bigger than 75mm. Anyways my 92 did pretty decent with a silver bullet, the Diesel Pros cam really helped light it, but it wasn't terrible even with the stock cam.
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby fatty » Tue Oct 19, 2010 6:19 pm

Now soggy, don't try to make it sound like it took less than 10 seconds to light. :lol:
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby pulltilbroke » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:39 pm

The charger Jeff had on in the video was a 74mm Garrett GT4202 which would put it in a 2.8 class
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby stillsmokin » Wed Oct 26, 2011 8:38 pm

pulltilbroke wrote:The charger Jeff had on in the video was a 74mm Garrett GT4202 which would put it in a 2.8 class


The original video test was garrett Gt4202 which is a 75/102 wheel. Competitive turbo for the Borg Warner S475SX. Actually its a 3.0 charger. Since then I have run an S465, 2.6 Borg Warner for the last 2 years with a pretty successful record. I have pushed it as hard as 65 PSI and it has served me well.
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby revemup15 » Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:35 pm

I love this truck... looks bitchin
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Re: VE+Big charger=This

Postby VanillaGorilla » Mon Apr 20, 2015 8:30 pm

How's this truck been doing?

I got a new W250 and I'd like to pull with this one so I'm trying to read all I can on the trucks like this that did it damn well.
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