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I have this crazy theory that if i keep the rpms up above the curve that it may live a little longer.lol. I really dont know the exact whp but it runs mid 7s with a 96mph + trap with a crap 1.8 60' on 305/50/20 cooper zeons. I have maybe 25 passes with it at this level. I am afraid to do a compression test but I have zero smoke at idle(100% over injectors at 8k idle psi)
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I have this crazy theory that if i keep the rpms up above the curve that it may live a little longer.lol. I really dont know the exact whp but it runs mid 7s with a 96mph + trap with a crap 1.8 60' on 305/50/20 cooper zeons. I have maybe 25 passes with it at this level. I am afraid to do a compression test but I have zero smoke at idle(100% over injectors at 8k idle psi)
96 in the eighth isn't 800 hp
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Old 03-17-2017, 09:16 PM
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Alright well, whatever. You guys win. I dont know shit. Should have never even asked. Read all the comments. I never meant to upset anyone. I have no hard feelings for any of you. This is the exact reason i avoid the forums. Ill see you at the track. Numb nuts out....
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Old 03-17-2017, 11:36 PM
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Alright well, whatever. You guys win. I dont know shit. Should have never even asked. Read all the comments. I never meant to upset anyone. I have no hard feelings for any of you. This is the exact reason i avoid the forums. Ill see you at the track. Numb nuts out....


You're on a site that will hunt down the bull shit in a heart beat. You are trying to prove your self as knowledgeable but really it's turning against you. All you have posted is nothing new to many many of us. You still have much to learn about the Allison if you can't take what any of us have said about what billet parts are needed. There isn't a "step by step guide" for over 500hp trucks because those that go over it either know what they are getting into and build things accordingly based off lots of r&d or they just throw parts at it and hold shit holds up.
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Old 03-18-2017, 07:39 AM
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You are not making 800hp on a stock bottom end LLY to make such a claim is a slap to this forums face
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You are not making 800hp on a stock bottom end LLY to make such a claim is a slap to this forums face
Man everyone is making at least 650 these days.

Dumbass directional driller with a new 6.7 ps tried telling me he was 650 with a 215 tune and deletes. I asked him how many curves he ****ed up, just got that duhhhhhrrr look.
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700 rwhp here for 5 years. Prob 50-60 passes on this setup. Zero billet parts in my trans. C2 hub was looking worn 50k miles ago, still beat the crap out of it daily. Rolling burnouts are common. Motor doesn't make torque or power until ~2800 rpm.
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I have this crazy theory that if i keep the rpms up above the curve that it may live a little longer.lol. I really dont know the exact whp but it runs mid 7s with a 96mph + trap with a crap 1.8 60' on 305/50/20 cooper zeons. I have maybe 25 passes with it at this level. I am afraid to do a compression test but I have zero smoke at idle(100% over injectors at 8k idle psi)
I saw your thread on CompD, and am curious what your build consists of. Got any timeslips to prove your claims? Race weight?

If you have indeed run the numbers you claim, you just might be putting out that much power. It is exceedingly rare for anyone to do it, and it wont last no matter what you do.
There have been people before you to do it (cmon...anyone remember Matt and Camomax?), but in the end there's always catastophe.

If your trans is holding now, then the wiser move would be to put the money toward the engine first.


Im trying to take the high road here....
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700 rwhp here for 5 years. Prob 50-60 passes on this setup. Zero billet parts in my trans. C2 hub was looking worn 50k miles ago, still beat the crap out of it daily. Rolling burnouts are common. Motor doesn't make torque or power until ~2800 rpm.
It's because your trucks white, paint it black, bet it breaks.
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i agree with others, i typically recommend a billet/banded C2 hub if they are going over 700 and want to do some racing. and recommend shafts if they have the $$..

i ran 1200+hp and low 10 sec passes on a trans i built that simply had a banded c2 hub with no other billet parts.. stock shafts, P2, etc. and it held up to years of abuse but i certainly wouldnt recommend that for "reliability" lol
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I saw your thread on CompD, and am curious what your build consists of. Got any timeslips to prove your claims? Race weight?

If you have indeed run the numbers you claim, you just might be putting out that much power. It is exceedingly rare for anyone to do it, and it wont last no matter what you do.
There have been people before you to do it (cmon...anyone remember Matt and Camomax?), but in the end there's always catastophe.

If your trans is holding now, then the wiser move would be to put the money toward the engine first.


Im trying to take the high road here....
Here is a timeslip from last season. Im not really worried about billet parts in my truck at the moment , its just been a gap in my knowledge thats been bothering me and i was hoping to gain some insight for the future. I dont expect my truck to last forever but i may turn it up and do a few hail marry passes this spring. I would love to get into the 6s on a stock block even if its only once before i window the block.
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