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Old 06-19-2006, 06:06 PM   #1
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SVT JRSCBBK+5.7" Pulley & Water/Meth

Okay, a while back I was debating whether or not to keep my JRSC BBK on my SVT or go with a more powerful supercharger. At that time my car dyno'd at 211whp and 170tq (keep in mind that is around 5500ft altitude and it was 88degrees). Since then I got a new tune and my car runs amazing and the A/F goes down to 11.4 Not sure what the new #'s are but the butt dyno feels way better. But like everyone says, boost is addicting and I want more. So I decided to order a bunch of parts to give me more power and still run safe at the same time. I ended up ordering the CFM 5.7" Overdrive pulley and a Snow Performance Stage 2 Boost Cooler with the MAF Variable Controller to help keep the IAT down. I also have a Jet Hot Coated SVT header and a VIS Invader Carbon Fiber Hood on the way to help lower the under hood temps as well.


With this setup and a safe tune, do you all think that my car will continue to run trouble free and give me more power at the same time? Or is there anything else that I should get?

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Old 06-20-2006, 09:40 AM   #2
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J & S SAFEGAURD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I thought about the J&S but I think that might be a little too complicated for me. Do you guys think that my car will be okay with the Water/Methanol Injection and the rest of the stuff I listed to help keep the temerature down. The main problem with running the Overdrive pulley would be the increased heat and the engine would need to receive more fuel sooner right? So with a proper tune my car should run fine. Or should I not risk it?
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water meth injection should not be tuned for it should be just an emergency reserve for racing or having fun. IF fo some reason you were to tune for water meth and your pump broke or your reserve ran out you are sol. I would recommend a procharger or powerworks intercooled kit with water meth injection, and intercooler sprayer controlled by a secondary iat.
Take tom's advice that is stickied about watermeth do not tune for it use it as an emergency backup that is not affected by your tune. If you want to change to procharger or a powerworks supercharger, make sure to dyno-tune do not use the shitty tune they send you as it will most likely blow your engine. when dyno tuning do not activate or use water meth or any intercooler sprayer, this will only put your engine at risk. do consider the J&S even if you must pay some one to install it for you, any little safeguard is well worth the pain and trouble of rebuilding or buying a new engine.
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Yeah, about the Water/Meth Injection. I will be using it just for safety and I will not be tuning for extra power with it. I will just get a new tune based on adding the Overdrive Pulley. I already went through the whole sell my JRSC and buy a different type of FI, but in the end I decided to stick with it and get as much safe power from it as I can. I will definately look more into the J&S Safeguard. As well as a EGT/Pyrometer Gauge to keep an eye on what is going on. I already have a Wideband A/F Gauge installed.

Is there anyone who has used the JRSC with the Ford BBK and the 5.7" Pulley on their SVT?
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Sounds like you may be playing with fire. Look what happened to frush when uped the boost. If you really want more power, it may be a better bet to go with a different S/C or even a turbo.
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WMI is only a band aid... it should not be depended on.

definitly do a J&S.... as much heat as your gonna make you'll NEED it.
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relocate the IAT before you up the boost. that is a must.


the WMI is added protection on top of everything else.
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what exactly is this J&S everyone is talking about , sorry to jack the thread but can anyone explain this to me....
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Two things, Was the tune done on a dyno, or was it a mail order tune...If mail order, find a dyno and make sure its right.

Second, are you willing to play, in other words, if it comes apart, will you look at it as an opertunity to build a better faster car while driving your other car??? Or, will you be heart-broken and walking... Its never fun to blow a motor, but that is how I would ( and do ) look at it.
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