What converter and 60ft time?
My converter is holding me back, but don't care.
Not getting any clean runs isn't helping either.
Driving skills... Yeah if he can avoid shifting to neutral he's doing better than me
Rod's 69 FB has a 3.25 rear, and the same 2500 stall he had in 347 that broke in 1/2, but with the 408 its more like hi 3000, Glen's basic 347 in 65 with C4 has 2500 stall 3.7 rear runs flat 12 but has run just in the 11's both do about 1.7 60 ft from memory. Both consistent, Rod ran an 11.88 at the last test and tune with a crook fuel pump, car stalled just before the line, carb was empty. He's had a lot of drama with fuel delivery and its a heavy car 3 boxes of dynamat in it. Both of them seem crank out similar time one after the other.
Last edited by Shaunp on Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:57 pm; edited 2 times in total
Yeah my 60fts are generally over 2sec, which is poo.
But a stock converter will do that.
Anyhoo... ECU mods done and grounding pin 5 of my IO extension DB15 plug switches tables successfully.
For now I have copied the normal tables over to the meth table and the meth table can be tweaked on the dyno.
So maybe this weekend if I get some time I will wire in the float switch and water pressure sensor to the dash LED, and the pressure sensor also to the table switching pin.
Edit: Oh, also my valve body modification parts arrived today as well, so I need to organise to go over to my mates place and get that done. Then hopefully the gearbox can handle 3rd gear at full noise.
Spent some time in the shed last night.
Drilled a hole in the meth tank and installed a float switch which will light a warning LED in the dash for low meth level.
Also put the hobbs pressure switch in the water line that will run to another LED and to the ECU for table switching.
So I will see the LED when the meth injection activates and it will also trigger aggressive tuning.
I've done the wiring in the engine bay, but haven't run anything into the car yet.
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