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    Quote Originally Posted by scott foxwell View Post
    Holy Moly, please more details.

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    Damn, Scott. That's going to take up a lot of room in a boat engine compartment!!



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    That sure is a funny looking out drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott foxwell View Post
    Did you fabricate all of the mounting brackets for the turbo, alternator, pump, etc. Very impressive. $$ Will it be inter-cooled?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxey View Post
    Did you fabricate all of the mounting brackets for the turbo, alternator, pump, etc. Very impressive. $$ Will it be inter-cooled?
    Oh gosh no. I wish I could do that. The gear drive is a really nice piece made by Chris Alston Jr. No intercooler, this is is on alcohol.

    Quote Originally Posted by oldschoolhallett View Post
    Holy Moly, please more details.

    Here's a rundown:

    This is going in a Chevy S10 Sand drag truck on the left coast.

    Dart Big M, 4.50 x 4.25, 540ci tall deck
    Scat crank (center counterweight finished to my specs by Scat)
    Oliver rods, 6.80"
    Diamond pistons, 12.5:1, hard anodized
    Trend .250 wall pins
    Total Seal AP steel 1/16 top ring,1/16 napier 2nd, 3/16 high tension oil
    Heads Started as Brodix BB3 366cc CNC. Installed 2.375" REV Ti intake w/ 45* valve job, 1.88 REV Inconel ex w/50* vj. Ti retainers, PAC 1347 springs installed @ 1.950, hardened head bolt inserts, stainless one piece O-rings. Heads and chambers fully ported, flow [email protected], [email protected] 1" on 4.6 bore. Ex flows [email protected] .800, [email protected] 1" w/ 2.125" pipe.
    Intake is fully ported 2927 Edelbrock Super Victor, 1" spacer and dual rail EFI done by Wilson Manifolds with twin 550#/hr injectors for alky. Wilson 105mm throttle body and billet elbow.
    Pan is wet sump Moroso with Center Point billet oil pump.
    Cam is Straub custom 55mm, Morel .903 Ultra Pro lifters, Smith Brothers 7/16 single taper x .120 wall intake, 7/16 x .180 straight wall ex. push rods, T&D 1.7 rockers. Belt drive is a Comp Cams and ATI balancer.
    Blower is Vortec VS123 with 128 upgrade in front of an Alston Jr gear drive with 1.72 gears, Moroso vac pump and maxed out Waterman Mini Bertha pump @ 13.7 gpm. We're looking for about 2500 hp @ ~7200.
    EFI will be Holley Dominator, coil near plug, sequential firing w/ (8) 02 sensors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc-Pilot View Post
    That sure is a funny looking out drive.

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    can you post more pics on this site, I cant see them.... sounds real nice....

    you guys getting mine done yet? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by planglie View Post
    Damn, Scott. That's going to take up a lot of room in a boat engine compartment!!



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    I think Mike Miller has something like this in a jet boat....
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott foxwell View Post
    Oh gosh no. I wish I could do that. The gear drive is a really nice piece made by Chris Alston Jr. No intercooler, this is is on alcohol.



    Here's a rundown:

    This is going in a Chevy S10 Sand drag truck on the left coast.

    Dart Big M, 4.50 x 4.25, 540ci tall deck
    Scat crank (center counterweight finished to my specs by Scat)
    Oliver rods, 6.80"
    Diamond pistons, 12.5:1, hard anodized
    Trend .250 wall pins
    Total Seal AP steel 1/16 top ring,1/16 napier 2nd, 3/16 high tension oil
    Heads Started as Brodix BB3 366cc CNC. Installed 2.375" REV Ti intake w/ 45* valve job, 1.88 REV Inconel ex w/50* vj. Ti retainers, PAC 1347 springs installed @ 1.950, hardened head bolt inserts, stainless one piece O-rings. Heads and chambers fully ported, flow [email protected], [email protected] 1" on 4.6 bore. Ex flows [email protected] .800, [email protected] 1" w/ 2.125" pipe.
    Intake is fully ported 2927 Edelbrock Super Victor, 1" spacer and dual rail EFI done by Wilson Manifolds with twin 550#/hr injectors for alky. Wilson 105mm throttle body and billet elbow.
    Pan is wet sump Moroso with Center Point billet oil pump.
    Cam is Straub custom 55mm, Morel .903 Ultra Pro lifters, Smith Brothers 7/16 single taper x .120 wall intake, 7/16 x .180 straight wall ex. push rods, T&D 1.7 rockers. Belt drive is a Comp Cams and ATI balancer.
    Blower is Vortec VS123 with 128 upgrade in front of an Alston Jr gear drive with 1.72 gears, Moroso vac pump and maxed out Waterman Mini Bertha pump @ 13.7 gpm. We're looking for about 2500 hp @ ~7200.
    EFI will be Holley Dominator, coil near plug, sequential firing w/ (8) 02 sensors.

    I take it that this thing will be on methanol?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    I take it that this thing will be on methanol?
    Dart Big M, 4.50 x 4.25, 540ci tall deck
    Scat crank (center counterweight finished to my specs by Scat)
    Oliver rods, 6.80"
    Diamond pistons, 12.5:1, hard anodized
    Trend .250 wall pins
    Total Seal AP steel 1/16 top ring,1/16 napier 2nd, 3/16 high tension oil
    Heads Started as Brodix BB3 366cc CNC. Installed 2.375" REV Ti intake w/ 45* valve job, 1.88 REV Inconel ex w/50* vj. Ti retainers, PAC 1347 springs installed @ 1.950, hardened head bolt inserts, stainless one piece O-rings. Heads and chambers fully ported, flow [email protected], [email protected] 1" on 4.6 bore. Ex flows [email protected] .800, [email protected] 1" w/ 2.125" pipe.
    Intake is fully ported 2927 Edelbrock Super Victor, 1" spacer and dual rail EFI done by Wilson Manifolds with twin 550#/hr injectors for alky. Wilson 105mm throttle body and billet elbow.
    Pan is wet sump Moroso with Center Point billet oil pump.
    Cam is Straub custom 55mm, Morel .903 Ultra Pro lifters, Smith Brothers 7/16 single taper x .120 wall intake, 7/16 x .180 straight wall ex. push rods, T&D 1.7 rockers. Belt drive is a Comp Cams and ATI balancer.
    Blower is Vortec VS123 with 128 upgrade in front of an Alston Jr gear drive with 1.72 gears, Moroso vac pump and maxed out Waterman Mini Bertha pump @ 13.7 gpm. We're looking for about 2500 hp @ ~7200.
    EFI will be Holley Dominator, coil near plug, sequential firing w/ (8) 02 sensors.
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    Very impressive. Is this a first time type deal or have guys been using this type of setup? So this is for a sand drag car or truck pull?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschoolhallett View Post
    Very impressive. Is this a first time type deal or have guys been using this type of setup? So this is for a sand drag car or truck pull?
    Thanks. Quite a few guys use this Alston set up but it's not cheap. This is my first time. This is for a Chevy S10 sand drag truck.
    Here's a link to Alston's page if you're curious.
    https://www.cachassisworks.com/everything_CDS.html
    Last edited by scott foxwell; 07-08-2016 at 12:27 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott foxwell View Post
    Thanks. Quite a few guys use this Alston set up but it's not cheap. This is my first time. This is for a Chevy S10 sand drag truck.
    Here's a link to Alston's page if you're curious.
    https://www.cachassisworks.com/everything_CDS.html
    Some trick stuff on that site. Love seeing all these different combos. My dad sand raced back in the 80's and there was always unique combos.

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