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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 05-23-2011, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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07 600 with a new setup

Finally stretched my turbo 600 and took a lil trip to the track. Its sitting at 64.5" wheel base and only running 4 lbs of boost. I also made my own version of a tiger tail to keep the rocks from flinging up and into my seat. I'm still foot shifting with no quick shifters and i had a full tank of gas from the gas station. It made a 9.55 on my first pass and then just got quicker as I added fuel untill the end of the night when I pulled a 9.28 @148. Gotta get the power rolling on the launch, the 60ft was a bit slow.
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Beautiful Robert! I can't wait to see you run that bad boy in person my friend.

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Awesome deal man, she still has a ton left in her!

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Nice man!

Will be keen to see how quick you end up getting it down to.

Are you planning on going to a better clutch set up with the turbo?

Keep us posted how she goes.
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Beautiful Robert! I can't wait to see you run that bad boy in person my friend.
you need a lock up and you will be there good job
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Hi and Thanks guys. I haven't really kept you guys updated on the changes I've made to the bike. It's been on the street for a while now I just can't get to a track often enough and Gainsville made me leave the track for going 9's with out a license (wasted trip). This is only my third time to the track in the last three months. First time out it was stock wheel base and did nothing but wheelie. Secondtime I was having trouble making boost cause of a leak.
I hope the clutches hold up for a while but I have heavy duty springs one thick steel to raise the stack hieght for the bite and if it starts to slip I'm going to use the friction plates that are used on the top and bottom of the stack. The outside frictions have more contact area than the inner frictions. I calculated it out a lil while ago but I think it was about 15-20% more contact area per plate. You're rite tho Steve, a lock up would be the answer.
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man that is sexy, who did the exhaust manifold and what turbo did u go with
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post #8 of 47 (permalink) Old 05-26-2011, 09:14 AM Thread Starter
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I built the manifold and plenum. The turbo that is on there is a gt-15 but I'm going back to the gt-25.
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man i wish i could see the set up alil closer, was it hard to make both, maybe some pics of both
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post #10 of 47 (permalink) Old 05-29-2011, 06:55 AM
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is that pan stock? 636 one is gay, pick up hangs down way low. what rpm does the gt15 spool at? i had a t2, but t25 is a good size
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