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#3579 w/ Paxton

Had 3579 tuned this week by Bob Kurgan.

Performance mods:
Paxton Novi 2200sl HO 3.33 pulley
Pypes longtubes/ORX
Bassani race A/B's
CMDP's
60lb injectors
KB bap
FRPP blower plugs(.030")

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Jeff,

What are the Numbers for the H/P & Torque at the rear wheels.

I think I really am getting OLD as I can't really read the Charts.

OK, took a much closer look this time.

530 H/P & 453 Lbs. Torque

My Badddddddddddddddddd

Looks GREAT to me.

Are you satisified and how does it run. ?????????


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Brenspeed Talks about a Long Term 1,000 at the Crank H/P Project and Dream Car.

Click on Video Link below to see it on the DYNO
with
it making a Full Blown, Wide-Open, Drive-By.


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Jeff,

What are the Numbers for the H/P & Torque at the rear wheels.

I think I really am getting OLD as I can't really read the Charts.

OK, took a much closer look this time.

530 H/P & 453 Lbs. Torque

My Badddddddddddddddddd

Looks GREAT to me.

Are you satisified and how does it run. ?????????


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Terry, I can say that I am VERY pleased with how the car runs. The tuner did an excellent job and kinda walked me through what he was doing. Driving the car you would think it was close to stock until you put your foot into it...then it turns into a psycho maniac.

Now, hopefully the motor will last! I know Im pushing it...
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Terry, I can say that I am VERY pleased with how the car runs. The tuner did an excellent job and kinda walked me through what he was doing. Driving the car you would think it was close to stock until you put your foot into it...then it turns into a psycho maniac.

Now, hopefully the motor will last! I know I'm pushing it...
Jeff,

Sounds good to me and I cannot imagine that you would not be excited driving it now.

Those are some Great Numbers.

Your right on pushing the bottom end if it is still a stock lower end.

That is why I STOPPED as Brenspeed said they do-not go over the 500 rear H/P & 450 Rear Lbs. Torque.

So, I quit as close as I am to those numbers.

But I bet your car runs extremely Strong with the numbers it is producing.

Let me know how things go as time goes by.

Enjoy that Ride Buddy.


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Brenspeed Talks about a Long Term 1,000 at the Crank H/P Project and Dream Car.

Click on Video Link below to see it on the DYNO
with
it making a Full Blown, Wide-Open, Drive-By.


http://www.stangtv.com/news/video-brenspeed-talks-about-long-term-projects-and-dream-cars/

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Those are some sick numbers. Congrats on your new found power.

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Man excellent numbers!! I like that flat power curve and your A/F looks right on the money. Your tuner did an excellent job. Any track time in the near future for the Bullitt? I would love to see what she can do.

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Man excellent numbers!! I like that flat power curve and your A/F looks right on the money. Your tuner did an excellent job. Any track time in the near future for the Bullitt? I would love to see what she can do.
Thanks, and yes IMO the tuner couldn't have done a better job.

I'll get out to the strip sooner or later, but not until I get some tires. Im not in a big rush as the strip really isn't that appealing to me anymore as I've gotten older.lol
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Bad A$$! Green MONSTER!

I love seeing the top end of centri's.... LOVELY.

Hold it together! or maybe BLOW IT UP and put in a 302!

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time for updates!
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time for updates!
Damn Bob your everywhere!

So over the winter I changed my setup to a blow through mainly to clean things up under the hood and plan for bigger power in the future. I fabbed my own power pipe intake and had some welding done to install a Tial Q BOV and the new location of the MAF. Here are a couple pics of the new setup.



And here is a copy of the new dyno sheet. Basically the same power, but thats what I wanted. Bob said the car now has 15* total timing compared to the 18* I was running last year.
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Now that's follow up after the sale, nice job Bob!

How much tear down of the front end was there for this Jeff? Just the wheel well?
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Yep, all I had to do was pull the wheel well liner to get to the pipe that I installed the BOV on.
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Awesome Numbers...Very Impressive..Good to see some centrifugal guys still out there...

Being from Chicago, Kurgan is good people..

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