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Old 07-29-2018   #1
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Everybody loves a good train wreck

Well this isn't as good as that, but close. Clearly that's too much for the h beam eagles Johnny...
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Old 07-30-2018   #2
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Re: Everybody loves a good train wreck

Is that a pcv setup you have going that’s by the knock sensor? Did it work good?
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Old 07-30-2018   #3
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Re: Everybody loves a good train wreck

It definately vented, problem was alot of oil vapor would leave with the fumes, so you either have to run a catch can that drained back into the block, or empty it every 100 miles. The typical catch 22 of most of the setups. My theory was to draw a vacuum with the intake manifold for cruising, and maybe try to pull a vac with the turbo intake on the redone valve cover I did. But I never got that far.
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Re: Everybody loves a good train wreck

several of us want to know the how the rod failed? RPM/Boost? Time for I beam rods?
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Boost/timing is my guess. I was asking alot out of them. 38ish psi, 9.5:1 compression, and still had around 11 deg in it at around 6500 rpm when it blew. Wasn't rpm, happened right as it hit full boost.
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Re: Everybody loves a good train wreck

Thanks, I have the a similar build with eagle rods weisco pistons@9.0:1. I'm too cheap to get the upgraded rods.
was it ethanol or gasoline?
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Thanks, I have the a similar build with eagle rods weisco pistons@9.0:1. I'm too cheap to get the upgraded rods.
was it ethanol or gasoline?
Running e85. I use the stuff from Bobby and Steve's in Eden Prairie. Usually tested at 83%, I'd get a barrel at a time. Lot easier to keep things consistent that way.
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