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Old 03-01-2018, 06:34 AM
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Two 69's, and 468
Why not 3 369s? 69 flows more then the 68 and spools better.
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Old 03-01-2018, 07:44 AM
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This may need to be on another thread but what stall would work best with 200 overs and triples for a daily/ play truck? I have a 2200 stall now. Should i move to a 24-2600 stall converter?
I called Suncoast and they recommend 105x converter. Because I will still need to tow a bobcat for work sometimes. I'll be running two 369 and a 472 with 100% overs for now.
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Old 03-01-2018, 07:48 AM
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Why not 3 369s? 69 flows more then the 68 and spools better.
Want to keep DP in check. Not sure what drive pressure would be with a 369 in the valley.
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I called Suncoast and they recommend 105x converter. Because I will still need to tow a bobcat for work sometimes. I'll be running two 369 and a 472 with 100% overs for now.
105????
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105????
He called it 105X.
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How much whp can be made with the 150ís and 200ís and still have a comfortable pulse width?
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Old 03-01-2018, 09:09 AM
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How much whp can be made with the 150ís and 200ís and still have a comfortable pulse width?
I believe that answer will need to be addressed between u and your tuner.
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:32 PM
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Streeting an S593 over an S475?!? That cant be optimal...


He use to street it a lot with the single 83mm bullseye turbo.
Upgraded to really large compound kit. Blew the built motor after just a few hooks. Had calibrated power rebuild it and hasnít had any abuse in the new motor or the re-gone over transmission since then (2013).
Both have less than 1,000 miles.
I plan on tearing down the top in and inspecting and replacing several things this spring and having it put back together for summer competitions such as pulls, drag strip, and dirt drags.
Once I adjust the exhausting housing and footing on the valley 475 it should be much better than it currently is and spook much easier. Will give a update on everything once Iím done.


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Old 03-01-2018, 04:34 PM
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Once you get it spooled though , watch out ! LOL!


35-40 roll is little laggy... spools... Speedo jumps to 95-100 mph instantly and thatís on 35Ē duratracs!


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Streeting an S593 over an S475?!? That cant be optimal...


Not my daily at all. But will have good street manners for a large compound truck when Iím done. Will be providing updates once Iím done upgrading.


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Old 03-08-2018, 12:41 PM
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If your pumps are good , you might want to save several thousand because S&S 10 overs are 81% over YOU MAY LOOSE FLOW ! Just a thought . Good luck !
huh?
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Old 03-08-2018, 12:45 PM
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My plan was to use 200% overs in my street truck, they were out of tips and working on them at the time I was really needing a set to get my project done, needless to say I ended up just doing 150% for faster turnaround.

200s would street, but I'm pretty picky on how clean the truck should be street wise and am satisfied with the fact that it made well over 1100rwhp on our dyno and is at about the top side of how I care for the cold start white smoke.
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Old 03-16-2018, 10:25 AM
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How bad are the cold starts with the 150's? That's kind of my concern as well too.
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