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Old 05-16-2015, 07:06 PM
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Im looking forward to the testing. I'm building a transmission specifically for it tomorrow and will have everything in next week.
What power range is the truck your installing it in if you don't mind me asking Evan?
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This is awesome. Excited to see the results. I wonder how much it will hold. And how the rest of the driveline will hold up to the shock.

It definitely takes the load off during staging but that initial hit when you take off I what I'm wondering about.

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I bet thick steel driveshafts will be required. Will probably pretzel a factory alum.
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What power range is the truck your installing it in if you don't mind me asking Evan?
Starting in the 600hp range to see what fails then we will be working our way up. I have no issue breaking my own stuff to figure what's going to be needed to make this work. Other then hard parts c3's are not going to be easy make live but with what we already learned from last year we have a head start on making them.
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Old 05-17-2015, 06:05 AM
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I will volunteer my truck anytime you are ready for a little more power.
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Starting in the 600hp range to see what fails then we will be working our way up. I have no issue breaking my own stuff to figure what's going to be needed to make this work. Other then hard parts c3's are not going to be easy make live but with what we already learned from last year we have a head start on making them.

If anyone will figure it out, I'm sure it's you buddy. I assume the ole lbz is taking one for the team then?
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I will volunteer my truck anytime you are ready for a little more power.
Appreciate the offer Phil but between Mike Graves truck and the shop truck we will have some good high powered test trucks.
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Looking forward to how this works in Mike's truck. Might have to look more into this for the next time I need a refresh.
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This is awesome. Excited to see the results. I wonder how much it will hold. And how the rest of the driveline will hold up to the shock.

It definitely takes the load off during staging but that initial hit when you take off I what I'm wondering about.
I really don't think they will hold up. Our trucks either hook, or break shit in the first 60 feet. Adding a device that puts zero load on everything drivetrain related then 100% load is going to leave parts on the ground.

But ive been wrong before
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I really don't think they will hold up. Our trucks either hook, or break shit in the first 60 feet. Adding a device that puts zero load on everything drivetrain related then 100% load is going to leave parts on the ground.

But ive been wrong before
My thoughts exactly. I don't think you're wrong haha. Everyone's weakest link will be found

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I thought a trans brake would be a lot harder on parts than it has been, but I have not had any failures directly caused by the trans brake on the dumpster. I even spray nitrous out of the hole. I know it is only 2wd, but it has pretty sticky tires and has cut very low 1.6 60' times. The u-joints are smaller in the van than what is in the pickups, and the internals in the 4L85 are smaller than the Allison. I think it will hold up better than most people think. I'm sure there will be some learning curve, but I'm excited to see how Sun Coast addresses any weak points they find. I think this will really be a good development for the Allison.
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I thought a trans brake would be a lot harder on parts than it has been, but I have not had any failures directly caused by the trans brake on the dumpster. I even spray nitrous out of the hole. I know it is only 2wd, but it has pretty sticky tires and has cut very low 1.6 60' times. The u-joints are smaller in the van than what is in the pickups, and the internals in the 4L85 are smaller than the Allison. I think it will hold up better than most people think. I'm sure there will be some learning curve, but I'm excited to see how Sun Coast addresses any weak points they find. I think this will really be a good development for the Allison.
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I love launching off a trans brake, best feeling in drag racing, but the suspension/tires need to be set up way differently when using a trans brake compared to foot braking. 2 x 4 trucks shouldn't be a big issue adjusting, but I'd be curious on how the 4 x 4 trucks will react with the available tires/suspension. I feel there will be carnage at first for sure, but this has been the whole diesel game from the beginning. Make power, improve, break stuff, R&D and repeat.
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