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Old 12-05-2018, 05:19 PM
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Wow!! That’s amazing
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:13 AM
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That’s clean!
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:42 AM
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I like it a lot!
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Old 12-06-2018, 04:51 PM
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Just keeps getting better and better Rick
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Old 12-06-2018, 08:43 PM
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Thx you guys. Someday I might actually have a ‘built’motor for her. But for now we just keep on flogging the stock shit. Lol.

This intake is something else, not sure who on here has one on an LB7 but holy crap. It’s quite the task to make it work. I thought it was pretty straight forward, specially since I already had custom fuel return lines. That helped but it still needs a lot of changes besides the return rail.....

The car is ready for testing. I’ve put some miles on her the past couple days here in town and a couple hits on the back roads. Feels good. We got very creative with the fuel temp sensor. So far it’s working well in its new home. I’ll have more data Saturday and will post the details then.
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Old 12-07-2018, 07:53 AM
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Dont let it fool you. Just like many of Waglers products there is not much info on it. Even on a LBZ it takes some modifications to make it work. Jeremy said they are working on a install kit. But we will see
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Old 12-08-2018, 06:49 PM
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First trip out to the track with the new setup. Had some issues with a pretty good size exhaust leak, pretty sure I narrowed it down to the up pipes/pedestal but fought it all day and smoked the lights 4 out of 5 runs...….. sucked, I haven't done that in years.

The one pass I got in without smoking the lights it ran a 10.61@126 with a 1.49 60' It went a better 60' on a previous pass but with a smoked timeslip, was prob a 10.50ish is what I estimate...……

All in all was good, Ill fix the leak and go again. I'm sure it has some 10.40's in her or close to it. Which is better then the compound setup that just came off. I'm happy with it.
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Old 12-08-2018, 06:55 PM
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So last year when I made new fuel return lines I just laid the fuel temp plug and sensor on the intake (clamshell) and just zip tied it to the harness, it just picked up whatever temp it could while just laying there, worked fine no issues.

With this new combo I was very curious as to what the intake temps would be doing with the new a/w ic and cooling sys combo. Since the lb7 doesn't capture intake temps (post ic) I decided to install the fuel temp sensor into the bottom of the new street intake...…….. drilled, taped, installed and use it as the intake temp instead (and be able to log with efilive). Extended the pig tail, along with the fps pig tail and ran with it. Wasn't sure how hot it would get, wasn't sure how high the sensor would read, didn't know if the ecm would freak out if it got to hot...……. or what is too hot??

Normal driving, in town and some freeway speeds intake temps stay from 120 to as low as mid 90's with good airflow (highway speeds). In traffic those temps will rise as the intake takes in heat from the heads and rest of the engine, but with the fan on it should keep it in check, still needs to be confirmed but so far so good.

Now racing...……… today was the first trip with the new combo. We made 5 passes in 3 hours, the last 2 were 20 minutes apart. The intake temps ranged from 115-138 during the run from staging to the end of the pass, that's no fan during the run just circulating water thru the cooling system. After the pass I would run the fan on the shut down, return road and in my pit, which this is my normal procedure anyways. I run one fan that now services both radiators, it works well. The temps rose to as high as 154 during the shut down and started dropping on the return road down to the 120's before I would turn the fan off.

The system is working really well, temps are happy, engine is happy and I'm capturing the data. Seems like a win win :-)
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Old 12-08-2018, 08:31 PM
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Those temps are great.
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Old 12-09-2018, 07:17 AM
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how much do you have invested so far? asking for a friend.
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how much do you have invested so far? asking for a friend.
I don’t know, I don’t keep track of that. And the combo has evolved so many times in the last decade, it would be next to impossible to account for everything.....

It wouldn’t be that difficult to figure out what it would cost to build it. We all know what these motor cost to build (it’s in my signature) even using mostly stock parts. In all reality I have more invested in the trans, od and rear end then the motor. It’s been that way for some time now. Strange rear end is about 4K. Od is 3500, and I have about 4K in the trans (including converter).

To build it ‘as is’ isn’t as bad as what I have ‘into it’.
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https://youtu.be/FzrJqEGEfoo

hopefully this works...….. one of our passes from this past weekend.
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