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Author Topic: Getting ready for Bonneville(rebuild)  (Read 852500 times)

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Offline bvillercr

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Re: Getting ready for Bonneville(rebuild)
« Reply #2505 on: August 07, 2019, 09:14:39 AM »
We try to give you all of our detailed information about our build good or bad as often as we can.  We have been thrashing the last two weeks with very positive results.

Update:

We decided to get new shoes and rims for the trailer so we wouldn't have any problems towing to Bonneville.



All cleaned up, the front end paint job looks great with a freshly washed car.  Lol



All loaded up and heading to Bonneville now!





When we get to the salt we need to go over the car and check for loose bolts, change out one water gauge and a couple electronic push buttons.  Torque one head and set the lash and we will be ready to race!

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Re: Getting ready for Bonneville(rebuild)
« Reply #2506 on: August 07, 2019, 12:13:02 PM »
Congrats on the thrash! I'm still in the middle of mine. See you there!
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Re: Getting ready for Bonneville(rebuild)
« Reply #2507 on: August 07, 2019, 02:17:14 PM »
This was our last dyno pull on Monday.  We didn't know we were going to make one that day.  The shop was having difficulty getting the data logger to record and while they were waiting on tech support I got in touch with Scott Clark who eventually ended up doing a remote check and tune adjustment.  So after everything checked out Steve at AMS wanted to make another dyno hit.  The video is just over a minute, I had do warm the engine, trans and rear end up a little before the I could mash the throttle.  As Steve walks away from the car the engine is at 3k and I take it 7k rear quick.  Enjoy.

https://youtu.be/QEcEtaNQdS8

Offline jl222

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Re: Getting ready for Bonneville(rebuild)
« Reply #2508 on: August 22, 2019, 09:01:15 PM »
 After waiting in line for a full day and watching Speed Demon make 2 passes we left the car inline and were 66th in line. Watching several cars spin or abort, I now no why for sure. Hey I had to try it. I got to the right side of the course, already lined up there, and was told nobody was going within 30 ft of the markers. Took off, light on throttle short shifted into 3rd but track was bumpy and loose, car had mind of its own hit a 3/4 mile foam marker got back on course and shut down. 92mph :-D

 Also after BNI moving all the courses there was no blue line on right side of course.

 Several cars did not even try. Smart move.

  No trailer flats this year and no Tequila left :cheers:

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Re: Getting ready for Bonneville(rebuild)
« Reply #2509 on: September 02, 2019, 05:31:11 PM »
This was our last dyno pull on Monday.  We didn't know we were going to make one that day.  The shop was having difficulty getting the data logger to record and while they were waiting on tech support I got in touch with Scott Clark who eventually ended up doing a remote check and tune adjustment.  So after everything checked out Steve at AMS wanted to make another dyno hit.  The video is just over a minute, I had do warm the engine, trans and rear end up a little before the I could mash the throttle.  As Steve walks away from the car the engine is at 3k and I take it 7k rear quick.  Enjoy.

https://youtu.be/QEcEtaNQdS8

 After figuring out that data logger was set up to automatically record every startup, we booted the dyno run above up. Went from  3200 rpm to 7000 and no boost to 34.8 psi in one second.

 Troy got off the throttle at 7000.

         jl222