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post #46 of 55 (permalink) Old Apr 28th, 19, 5:08 PM Thread Starter
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"GoFast Beaumont", what kind of alternator is that?…

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It’s a MSD alternator. P/n 5110. 160 amp. You can move the mounts anywhere on the body. Pretty versatile for custom applications.

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post #47 of 55 (permalink) Old May 4th, 19, 12:55 AM Thread Starter
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Well I built a power steering reservoir, I couldn’t find anything I liked on the market. This is a 3 port version. 2 separate lines coming in from the hydro boost and power steering, and 1 feed line to the pump. It will sit on the drivers side fender. No baffling and should hold about 0.5-0.75 qrt capacity. Should be plenty, don’t really need a lot of reservoir given I have a cooler on the system.
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post #48 of 55 (permalink) Old May 8th, 19, 12:25 AM Thread Starter
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Just some update photos for unfinished work.

BOV plumbing completed.

Fuel lines completed. Just a side note there are a lot of cheap fuel filters on the market. There is a difference between a brand name filter and a cheap one, the housings look the same but there not the same on the inside.

Ran some twist-lol hose from the firewall to the sniper setup. Apparently this is NHRA approved stuff. No clamps required.

MSD cool mount completed on the calve cover. Complete with vibratory mounts.

Boost reference line for the easy gate completed.

And of course a turbo blanket to keep the heat down and custom stainless steel dip stick for the oil.
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post #49 of 55 (permalink) Old May 16th, 19, 1:40 PM Thread Starter
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Well charge tube got finished up, pretty tight squeeze I’d say but it works.
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post #50 of 55 (permalink) Old May 16th, 19, 1:48 PM Thread Starter
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So how do I upload a video?

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post #51 of 55 (permalink) Old May 25th, 19, 10:37 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Boosted Beaumont Build

well its running!!!

The holley sniper system, all I can say is WOW. what a drastic difference. The camshaft in this motor is a hydro roller at 650ish lift, needles to say now it is smooth as silk. For a stick car I can idle/cruise around at 1500rpm or lower. Before this would never happen.

As for the whole turbo setup, I got some tuning to do.... I think. The power doesn't feel as near as strong/aggressive compared to my NA setup. Many say that with a turbo setup the power is completely different, more smoother and linear vs all at once. It leaves slow and drives straight, doesn't spin a tire. I would think with higher boost levels it would completely destroy the drag radials. This could be from having the chassis setup better than originally though, but you never know. I need to keep in mind some critical points with all this as the RPM range has dropped 1000 over the entire board, 30lb flywheel vs 13lb, and EFI.

I started at 3, 5, 7, & now at 12 psi. Boost starts to generate at about 18-2000 rpm and I reach max boost at any set pressure for 3000rpm, so it comes on fairly quick. I am thinking I don't have the timing aligned with the sniper numbers currently. a double check will be required. I will also need to get my bench mark buddy out and do a couple of pulls, see who really is in front.

As for the rest of the system it works great. The A to A intercooler is only 5-10F above ambient when running through the gears. The temperature just sites between 180-190 all the time. 6th gear on the highway is much more usable. At about 65mph I am turning 2-2200rpm, I could pass nothing with a carburetor. Now it just sails by whatever you want without downshifting.

Overall I am happy with the setup, just need to get a handle on the power thing and if I am missing something.

Some items I need to finish before race week is wrapping the exhaust, fixing some small leaks, and smooth out the sniper tune. At this point I will be at Race Week!!!

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post #52 of 55 (permalink) Old May 29th, 19, 12:42 PM
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Re: Boosted Beaumont Build

Have you looked at these batteries:

https://performancedistributors.com/product/dyna-batt/

Might be a good option if the motorcycle batteries aren't up to the task. My buddy runs something similar on his Camaro and it works well.

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post #53 of 55 (permalink) Old May 31st, 19, 8:25 AM Thread Starter
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Well, took the Beaumont down to the scale. Turns out it’s lighter than I thought. 3780lbs. My last weigh in was when it was a 4spd with a steel hood at 3750. I know with a steel hood and the 6spd I guesstimate it at 3850ish range. Anyways I am doing pretty decent for a full on street car. Note at 3780lbs that’s with a 12gallons of gas and a fibreglass hood which would play a big role in weight. Overall the whole turbo system didn’t add as much as I thought it would over a NA setup.

Some weight reduction points:
Single exhaust
Single muffler
2x smaller batteries
Fibreglass hood
GM type II steering box
Manifolds over headers

52/48 weight distribution isn’t to shabby either. Not sure what everyone else is at.
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HP and ET not determined yet!
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post #54 of 55 (permalink) Old May 31st, 19, 8:42 AM
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Re: Boosted Beaumont Build

That's a very cool car and an awesome build..Very nice man.

Any finished project pics of the whole car?
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post #55 of 55 (permalink) Old Jun 12th, 19, 5:32 PM
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Re: Boosted Beaumont Build

Nice work! That weight is lighter than I would have guessed too. My N/A SBC Beaumont weighs in at 3450 lbs. Seems a lot of N/A BBC guys are close to 4000 lbs. When will it hit the track for some shakedown runs?

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