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Old 03-09-2011, 09:42 AM   #171
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Got that 1.03a/r in stock......you know you want it.
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nah ima wax that ass with a .82
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Old 12-08-2011, 02:21 AM   #173
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update. got it back together and lifted the head again on gtx3582r at only 27-28psi this time on the streets.

also went with a different clutch and its still slipping.

all i could manage was 585whp STD correction at 27-28psi with a slipping clutch during that run limiting the numbers the dyno saw.

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Boost doesnt lift the head tuning does and in most cases its to much tuning , my guess is your not using your stock knock sensor or a J&S and , which I have always said is a mistake
Other then you lifting the head issue great #`s

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Boost doesnt lift the head tuning does and in most cases its to much tuning , my guess is your not using your stock knock sensor or a J&S and , which I have always said is a mistake
Other then you lifting the head issue great #`s

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Torque is cylinder PSI and too much of it could absolutely lift the head. This is common place with all kinds of engines when you get to a certain level. This is why they make different levels of head studs. 500flbs of torque! that is 4 times what the motor makes stock!

Why it holds on the dyno and not on the street is easy, heat. Cold the headstuds dont stretch as easily as hot ones. Make a run let it cool down make another run its fine. Rip it down the street or strip ant 150mph thats a whole different ball game.
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Torque is cylinder PSI and too much of it could absolutely lift the head. This is common place with all kinds of engines when you get to a certain level. This is why they make different levels of head studs. 500flbs of torque! that is 4 times what the motor makes stock!

Why it holds on the dyno and not on the street is easy, heat. Cold the headstuds dont stretch as easily as hot ones. Make a run let it cool down make another run its fine. Rip it down the street or strip ant 150mph thats a whole different ball game.
hell yes. you sir know what your talking about.

no one will believe me but im fairly sure it was over 650+whp when it lifted, but i have no proof to know for sure, no one will ever know lol

55f and 140+mph= SOOOO much cold air over the FMIC.
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Torque is cylinder PSI and too much of it could absolutely lift the head. This is common place with all kinds of engines when you get to a certain level. This is why they make different levels of head studs. 500flbs of torque! that is 4 times what the motor makes stock!

Why it holds on the dyno and not on the street is easy, heat. Cold the headstuds dont stretch as easily as hot ones. Make a run let it cool down make another run its fine. Rip it down the street or strip ant 150mph thats a whole different ball game.
That isnt correct if your theory was correct then we could never run a pass down the 1/4 mile or engines making 14-1 compression wouldnt live for Hrs running around race tracks , so that theory is silly , that means he can never make any more tq and he can only dyno his car and never drive it to its max boost on the street ????? again silly statement

It IS NOT the torque an engine makes that causes the head gasket to blow/head to lift IF the timing is not correct you will have spk knock /pre ignition this causes as much as or more then 10 times the load on a cyl , A built Focus engine as proven to with stand much much more then the TQ he is making , on my engine , Sean Carlsons engines and many others , Jim isnt having this issues and he drives his

You need to check and watch your knock sensor there is a TON of information you can get from it AND it will keep you from having this issue again

Head bolts dont stretch from this low amount of TQ your making , heat your making has nothing to do with your problem unless your passing 240 deg engine temp, dyno vs street has nothing to do with your problem , you have excessive cyl psi from pre ignition THATS what causes the head to lift

On a side note to that if the heag gasket isnt TQ 4-5 times that also is an known issue on the Focus

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