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  1. Hey Raymond, I have a Mendeola Sequential S4 trans for sale Dave 949 584-1586
  2. This Mendeola Sequential S4 trans is currently at Mcdowell Transaxles for new Bearings and the new Ring & Pinion that has 30% more tooth contact and trans is Dune geared for a V8, but while its apart you can have a choice of gearing for your application. $9,850 Give me call or text. 949 584-1586 Dave
  3. Thanks ! I will check it out.
  4. I am looking for a address & phone number for E85 fuel in Yuma Arizona, Does anybody know of a location ?
  5. Hey HOTRNHELL, I went with the 228/228, .588"/.588" Camshaft With 112 Lobe Separation on my LS6 ported big valve 5.3 heads about 500 flywheel hp and it worked awesome, great dunning cam , pulled hard out of corners up to about 6,500 rpm nice wide power band and sounded great. I now have a LS3 with the Magic stick 3 & 12.3 to 1 on e85 and it pulls up to about 6,000 rpm makes about 600 flywheel hp. I would say that the Magic stick 3 would be to big for a duning cam on a LS1 unless you made it a stroker. Thanks buddy, thinking about a TSP 228R and the 112 lobes. Did it fall flat at 6500 or still pull a bit more? Would you have changed it for something else if you could have? HOTRNHELL, It would pull to about 6700 rpm, but power fell off at 6500 rpm and the dyno graph indicated that also. I had a stock ls6 intake & throttle body ( 78mm ). I would use that cam again on a LS1 or LS6 great duning cam. I would mabey try a fast 102 intake manifold with 92mm throttle body, I might try that combo on my LS3 if I can sell some parts to pay for it.
  6. Hey HOTRNHELL, I went with the 228/228, .588"/.588" Camshaft With 112 Lobe Separation on my LS6 ported big valve 5.3 heads about 500 flywheel hp and it worked awesome, great dunning cam , pulled hard out of corners up to about 6,500 rpm nice wide power band and sounded great. I now have a LS3 with the Magic stick 3 & 12.3 to 1 on e85 and it pulls up to about 6,000 rpm makes about 600 flywheel hp. I would say that the Magic stick 3 would be to big for a duning cam on a LS1 unless you made it a stroker.
  7. Hey John, Me & my Dad had a 1970 Formula Ford race car with engine water ran thru the chromoly frame that we raced for 10 years without coolant because of race track rules and used water wetter & rust inhibitor with no issues. This race car is still doing vintage racing with the new owner, so I would say go for it.
  8. What model? ditto?... So John - What do you think - Car came out Bad Azz Everything went together real well Its one heavy duty piece, but feels pretty light - I'll scale it tomorrow and let you know what it weighs - I forgot to do it last week Hey fullthrottleguy, What did your buggy weigh at each corner ? It turned out Awesome ! cant wait to hear how she did in the dunes.
  9. Hey Jason, My family thanks you for going out of way for getting those correct 934 CV stars shipped to me next day air and saving our New years dune trip. You are a stand up guy and your business will sure grow due to your outstanding customer service, I will for sure buy parts from you again. Thanks again for getting those header studs to me. Dave
  10. Dave at Desert Dynamics pretty much did it that way exclusively.. Advantage is ; that your rear engine cage moves a lot move than you would ever dream possible from pan-outs.. I've seen header crackage, broken tranny tabs and crushed oil pans from the cage coming up (moving) from hard hits.. When the engine is mounted to the bottom cage rails, if the cage moves, so does the engine.. Now there are some builders who run more bracing than DD does, to tie the engine mounts into the shock towers; so there are multiple ways to accomplish what you're after..One of the disadvantages of hanging mounts, is that they tend to occupy the same real-estate as the headers, requiring mods to off-the-shelf headers, or otherwise needing custom headers.. Hey tonyd, That is the way my engine was mounted, I couldn't make the cage removeable with the engine being mounted that way, so I am going the hanging way with a removeable bottom mount. A thanks to everybody who sent in pics.
  11. I have lost my paddles off my 35" Extreme Revolution 16.00 x 17 #2 Tires in one season also. I dune hard, no hard pack or sand hwy & I am putting 475 hp to the wheels, junk tires wasted $ 900.00 will not buy again unless they change the compound of the rubber so the paddles stay on. !!!!
  12. Dave at Desert Dynamics pretty much did it that way exclusively.. Advantage is ; that your rear engine cage moves a lot move than you would ever dream possible from pan-outs.. I've seen header crackage, broken tranny tabs and crushed oil pans from the cage coming up (moving) from hard hits.. When the engine is mounted to the bottom cage rails, if the cage moves, so does the engine.. Now there are some builders who run more bracing than DD does, to tie the engine mounts into the shock towers; so there are multiple ways to accomplish what you're after..One of the disadvantages of hanging mounts, is that they tend to occupy the same real-estate as the headers, requiring mods to off-the-shelf headers, or otherwise needing custom headers.. SCHMIDTY, Thanks for the repsonse & pic. Could I make the rod / heims come from the bottom ( the frame corner next to your oil filter ) to the engine, so it would not be hanging but the opposite of yours or would the engine tend to pull away from the bellhousing in G-out and or bottom out situation ? I've never seen it done the way you are suggesting.. but as you stated, inerta and mass wold not be your friend with the engine pivoting off of a reverse mount like that.. I would advise against it.. If you must mount from the bottom, a couple of tubes from the lower frame rail by the engine mount; tying back in to the shock towers, or a well triangulated point will do as well.. There are a lot more builders who do it that way than how Dave did it @ DD.. Oh, and by the way made my 1000th post on YORE thread.. SCHMIDTY, Thanks for the advice & congrats on the 1000 post.
  13. Dave at Desert Dynamics pretty much did it that way exclusively.. Advantage is ; that your rear engine cage moves a lot move than you would ever dream possible from pan-outs.. I've seen header crackage, broken tranny tabs and crushed oil pans from the cage coming up (moving) from hard hits.. When the engine is mounted to the bottom cage rails, if the cage moves, so does the engine.. Now there are some builders who run more bracing than DD does, to tie the engine mounts into the shock towers; so there are multiple ways to accomplish what you're after..One of the disadvantages of hanging mounts, is that they tend to occupy the same real-estate as the headers, requiring mods to off-the-shelf headers, or otherwise needing custom headers.. SCHMIDTY, Thanks for the repsonse & pic. Could I make the rod / heims come from the bottom ( the frame corner next to your oil filter ) to the engine, so it would not be hanging but the opposite of yours or would the engine tend to pull away from the bellhousing in G-out and or bottom out situation ?
  14. I am in the process of making my rear cage removeable and what are the pro's & con's of using Hanging Motor mounts on a LS engine ? I have seen several high end buggy's using heims, Does the engine tend to piviot on the heims ? and cause tranny mount stress & problems ? Does anybody have pic's of their hanging mount set up that works ?

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