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Old 06-17-2006, 08:34 PM   #11  
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Old 06-17-2006, 09:05 PM   #12  
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How much would a split port swap run me, I was thinking of it before, but I didn't know how "doable" it really was.
you should pm v6sprout....I'm pretty sure he's got everything you need and he's done it before.
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Old 06-17-2006, 09:26 PM   #13  
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Well I pretty much got the basic mods done so far such as duals, cai, and udp, so I am starting to look into more engine based mods, for instance I am planning to put a procharger over the winter so I have to put in forged internals.
You shouldn't need forged internals unless you're running over 6lb of boost, besides why get a cam now if you're gonna tear into the engine this winter anyway? A cam is not an easy thing to do, you'll be better off doing it all at once. I'd throw on your blower as-is, then look into getting a complete newer 3.8, to build-up with good parts and forged internals-if that's what you wanna do, they're stronger, made more power and can be had fairly cheap from a wrecker.
Before you do anything, I'd do as the others suggested and talk to V6sprout or go to the 3.8 sites to see what's been working.
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Old 06-25-2006, 09:31 PM   #14  
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no forged internals are needed for a properly tuned supercharged car, many guysy are puching high nunmbers with blowers and no problems. The procharger on a stock single por tmotor is good for 230ish RWHP maybe more. On a split port motor you can get 270 RWHP in stock trim. Split port motors have seen well over 400 RWHP on stock internals, the tuning is the key.

If you need any help with anything letme know, I don't live to far from ya, I am in the St. Catharines area.
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Old 06-27-2006, 12:49 PM   #15  
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Old 09-13-2006, 01:23 PM   #16  
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i split port swap would be an ok idea on your car anothe 40hp and no HG porblem anymore or keep the single port stuff and start porting the carp outta them our heads and upper intakes are restictive like heck. i would say go to v6power.net 3.8 has a bunch of moron(16 yr old kids) that want 300rwhp for stupid cheap prices and don't know tha tthey have to pay to play.
hey Man I came to this forum to find out where the real power is and Im sixteen (and not a moron) with a '95 sixer its still stock but I've been readin' up and so far I believe dual stainless-steel catback exhuast (h-pipe) with a CAI, LSD, new fuel injectors would be best for more power, but only after I bore it out, put stainless rods, forged pistons, stroke it, and get performance heads and headers on it......... Am I still an moron? :bird:
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^^ easy there trigger, you appear (notice i said appear) to be a moron when you come on here and suddenly start getting angry at ppl that know what they are doing that made a post 3 months before you knew this website existed, and had commented to someone else, take it down a notch and others might be more willing to help out
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Ya sorry about that I guess I looked at it the wrong way : and it trigger somthin and I think I was just havin a bad day :thumb1:
Thanks for keepin cool :3:
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hey Man I came to this forum to find out where the real power is and Im sixteen (and not a moron) with a '95 sixer its still stock but I've been readin' up and so far I believe dual stainless-steel catback exhuast (h-pipe) with a CAI, LSD, new fuel injectors would be best for more power, but only after I bore it out, put stainless rods, forged pistons, stroke it, and get performance heads and headers on it......... Am I still an moron? :bird:

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how much did it coast u to do all that stuff to ur car?
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