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post #1 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-26-2011, 03:11 PM Thread Starter
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STOCK INTERNALS except rods and pistons with bowl work to lower compression a bit to lower cylinder pressures to prevent head gasket failure. Stock crank, stock cam,stock heads,stock valve springs, ran 1000hp on all those stock parts with no major failures. Head gaskets after about 30 10sec passes. This year has been a trying year with trying to make a billet stage two cam work, but with ZERO product support I did a lot of work putting the cam in and out trying to make it work and came to the conclusion that I will be making a youtube video of me taking a grinder and distroying that cam with that companys name in the back ground. A cracked intake runner filled a jug with coolant and bent some parts meaning I'm not goin to world finals.

Long story short. Stock parts make reliable power

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post #2 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-26-2011, 03:13 PM
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Re: reliable 800-1000hp

Sucks to hear bigger and better plans for the future though right? Best of lluck

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Cue up the video please......

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That sucks Shawn....sorry to hear that! I agree, you have proven that stock parts..other than the ones you described will hold up just fine.

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Re: reliable 800-1000hp

My buddy put one of their cams in his truck and had similar results. Truck now spools slower and he can't seem to get any answers out of them. Best of luck to you Shawn!

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Damn there goes my fav 6.0 out of the finals already :-/
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I wana see that vid you talk about

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Can I sponsor the video?
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post #9 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-26-2011, 06:50 PM
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Ship that cut up $hit back to them COD. Sucks they arent standing behind their product in ANY way shape or form.
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did you try changing to the 165 converter with a loser stall
were running the stage one with no problems


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