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My multi port came in today and its always exciting receiving new (to me) parts!

figured now is as good a time as any to learn FI stuff as that is the way the future is going. And with the plans for boost. Should be way more controllable and help this engine live. And the way things are looking I am going to have plenty of time to learn before I can get my engine even mocked up.
 

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They’re tiny for my intended application, around 32#\hr if memory serves.

got an order for some Deka 80#\hr coming in soon. That will give me quite a bit of overhead as my build progresses
 

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Here I am still chipping away and buying more parts, just picked up this short tail BOP T400 reverse manual w/brake and a scatter shield. Got a hell of a deal on it ($600) fluid looked good and brake solenoid engaged, supposed to have some pretty trick parts in it (rollerized and upgraded clutches).
 

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Anybody running a transmission blanket? If so, what material, Kevlar or Nylon?

bro. d
 

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Anybody running a transmission blanket? If so, what material, Kevlar or Nylon?

bro. d

Personally I will also be running a blanket, Kevlar is my choice as I know it’s toughness in bullet proof vests so I trust it more...call it a belt and suspenders approach if you will but I’ve seen what a transmission letting loose can do and I’m not taking any risks
 

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I have never given it much thought until now. I believe I’ll put the FTI shield on both of mine at some point.
 

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I have never given it much thought until now. I believe I’ll put the FTI shield on both of mine at some point.

Personally anything with a brake in it I feel should have one, or at the minimum a blanket. It doesn’t really rob anything, but can be a royal PITA to install if you have a tight tunnel. One day it could end up saving your legs.
 

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You STOLE that transmission! I paid more than that to have mine built without a brake!
 

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So what are your plans for ignition and ignition timing?
 

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So what are your plans for ignition and ignition timing?
MSD for ignition (dizzy and ignition box), and I’ll be running my timing through the XFI system.

I will be using the MSD dizzy for cam sensor, and I’ll be running a separate crank trigger as well.
 

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I don't know I've ever seen a proper MSD dizzy before. Didn't even occur to me that I could pick up cam position from one. I'm probably overcomplicating mine anyway but it's fun so why the hell not.
 

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I don't know I've ever seen a proper MSD dizzy before. Didn't even occur to me that I could pick up cam position from one. I'm probably overcomplicating mine anyway but it's fun so why the hell not.
They make exactly one for our engines lol, pricey little bastard though at around $300-400 new.
 

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They make exactly one for our engines lol, pricey little bastard though at around $300-400 new.
Yea, my Malibu has an MSD and it is nothing but a trigger. If you don't have the 6A style box or equivalent, she ain't gonna run.
 
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