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Wow, little things can make a big difference.

I broke my tranny 🤣. Any idea how to get it built stronger? I wouldn't want rebuild an OEM trans again. Mine was stock with IPT VB mods.

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I broke my tranny. Any idea how to get it built stronger? I wouldn't want rebuild an OEM trans again. Mine was stock with IPT VB mods.
I feel your pain man, I blew up 2 trannies on my big Tundra when it was supercharged
IPT builds a complete performance transmission for our trucks, supposed to be good for 800 hp iirc.
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Not quite 9s yet, but the truck ran its first 11 second pass yesterday on the wild streets of Northern Mexico!
The 0-60 mph is pretty respectable as well at 3.3 seconds (with 1ft rollout, which is how car magazines etc. measure it).
She is getting there!
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Impressive for a near 3 ton truck with everyday amenties. Congrats.


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Impressive bro, very well done...keep us posted.

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Not quite 9s yet, but the truck ran its first 11 second pass yesterday on the wild streets of Northern Mexico!
The 0-60 mph is pretty respectable as well at 3.3 seconds (with 1ft rollout, which is how car magazines etc. measure it).
She is getting there!<img src="https://tundratalk.net/forums/images/TundraTalk_net/smilies/tango_face_devil.png" border="0" alt="" title="Devil" class="inlineimg" />

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Weight reduction -Advanced

This video is about how to reduce the truck race weight by another 330+ lbs if you are really committed to the process.


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The engine is in the truck and running!

Here is a time lapse of the forged engine build and install in the truck.
It drove home fine, but there is a rattling/knocking noise at a specific RPM range just above idle.
I am hoping it is just the supercharger coupler (even though I replaced it like 4 months ago), and not the internals of the motor


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Put around 150 miles on the new motor and decided to give it a quick 1/4 mile workout.
Well, the 8.5:1 compression has definitely decreased the truck's performance.
I only did one run and got [email protected], where as my best run on the stock 10.2:1 engine was [email protected] (in much colder temps).
Waiting on the upgraded S/C pulley to bring the power back up.

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Not sure why you went too low on the CR. Mine is 9.8:1. I have installed a 50mm custom made 50mm SC pulley with the other ASP pulleys, gained around 4.5 PSI. The problem that I have is that the boost is never stable, fluctuating between 10 and 12 PSI. Hope things work out for you.

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Put around 150 miles on the new motor and decided to give it a quick 1/4 mile workout.
Well, the 8.5:1 compression has definitely decreased the truck's performance.
I only did one run and got [email protected], where as my best run on the stock 10.2:1 engine was [email protected] (in much colder temps).
Waiting on the upgraded S/C pulley to bring the power back up.

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Not sure why you went too low on the CR. Mine is 9.8:1. I have installed a 50mm custom made 50mm SC pulley with the other ASP pulleys, gained around 4.5 PSI. The problem that I have is that the boost is never stable, fluctuating between 10 and 12 PSI. Hope things work out for you.
The stock 10.2:1 compression would cause some pinging even at my current 8-10 PSI, unless I was running the safest stock tune available.
I just got a custom 50 mm pulley made as well, will put it on once my wrist heals, that will bring me up to around 14 PSI I am guessing.
The reasons I went with that low of compression is that I am also adding a 200 hp shot of nitrous to this truck, as well as this is my daily driver using pump gas.
Down the road, I will be going with a Whipple or Harrop blower as well, and the boost will be over 20 PSI at that point, so the 8.5:1 is to accommodate for the future boost levels.

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Pulled the blower out on the weekend.
Installed the 50mm pulley, 200 hp direct port nitrous system and replaced the coupler.
The boost peaks at 14 PSI now
Haven't tried NOS yet, my bottle is empty, but ran a 12.3 @ 109 on motor today.
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That looks like a Northern Mexico Christmas bow!

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BRX ran mid 10s on his twin turbo setup last year and I haven't seen anything from him since.
Where did you hear that he blew up his new motor?
Im in close contact with BRX. Al is his name. No truth he blew up. He was contemplating on retiring his truck and just concentrating on his Scion. My last chat with him last week. He's going to continue racing his Tundra. Retirement isn't going to happen. He's going to continue getting lesser second times at the track. His Scion is a sure eye opener. Stuffed His 5.7L Supercharged engine in it. Things a go cart on fire.

Nice job VictorG. I enjoy your progress / Success with your Tundra build. Ive always been curious running the Nitrous on our Supercharged Tundra's


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That looks like a Northern Mexico Christmas bow!
I like that!
Finally the snow has melted and the Northern Mexico race season is open again!

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Im in close contact with BRX. No truth he blew up.
That's good to hear. BRX and Supercharged are the two guys that led me down this path of Tundra performance.

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Nice job VictorG. I enjoy your progress / Success with your Tundra build. Ive always been curious running the Nitrous on our Supercharged Tundra's

Thanks brother! The bottle will be filled this week and the octopus/spider hybrid (aka Mexican Christmas bow ) will come to life!

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