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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 09:28 PM Thread Starter

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Any one have the B326?

Looking to get theBrenspeeed B326 in about 6 months. Would love to here any reviews on it from any one who has one?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-15-2019, 12:03 PM
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For what it's worth, I've been running their previous version, the B302, for over 61,000 miles now with no issues.
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Whatís your experience with it? Iím really leaning towards doing it
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Looking to get the Brenspeeed B326 in about 6 months. Would love to here any reviews on it from any one who has one?
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For what it's worth, I've been running their previous version, the B302, for over 61,000 miles now with no issues.
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Whatís your experience with it? Iím really leaning towards doing it
Regarding the Brenspeed B302, the 61,000 miles I've been running it have been with an E-Force supercharger at max 13 PSI, a blower cam, and full exhaust. The only surprise I had at all is that since the piston clearances are a little bit larger for the supercharging, oil usage is a bit more than the stock motor. I mean about 1 quart for 1,500 miles until the rings sealed up. Now it's much better. For the trip from PA to CA and back last year it used about 3/4 quart total of Mobil 1.


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Ok cool! How long did it take to seal up the pistons?
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Ok cool! How long did it take to seal up the pistons?
It was a gradual process. It probably would have been quicker if I had used dino oil instead of synthetic from the beginning. I used dino oil for a couple of oil changes and consumption was less.
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Why do you want a new motor? Are you having issues with the OEM motor?
There are other cheaper subtle ways to increase the HP and torque of the OEM motor.

Tunes, headers, cat backs, FRPP cams, FRPP intake manifold, FRPP throttle body, smooth CAI tube, spark plugs, coils and/or supercharger.

And check the cost/numbers between the Brenspeed B326 and a Coyote package.

Performance mods need to start with the undercarriage before the motor. Tires, brakes, suspension. What is your goal?

Beware the law unintended consequences of vehicle modification.
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So already done...lol Iím not new to the B. Suspension is done brakes are on going and trani will be done at the time of the engine...exhaust is going on next month. IF you look at the coyote vs 326 sure itís a little less expensive BUT you paying more in the electronics hook up up you have to piggy back on your ECM or go full swap but those that are made for an older 3v 4.6 are $$$ if done right so Iíll be paying more $ in the end. I also looked at and old winter 4.6 block but Iím thinking starting fresh is better.

The engine has some damage from oil starvation from the kid who I got from so rebuild is out of the question. I wan the 326 cause itís able to do 1000hp and I will eventually build it to about 700 ish rwhp.

Do you have the B326?
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Whatís your experience with it? Iím really leaning towards doing it
Please keep us posted on this! I'm very interested in learning about your experience with the B326 upgrade.
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