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That sounded amazingly violent...
 

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And another one !
Beautiful.
 

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Very nice. Does the 800 kit come with the clutch ? Or the stock one is used ? Also what are the mods to the fuel system ?
 

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Very nice. Does the 800 kit come with the clutch ? Or the stock one is used ? Also what are the mods to the fuel system ?
The 800R utilizes the factory clutch. As far as the fuel system, the 800R package gets upgraded injectors which is enough for more than 800 whp on 93 octane. The 1000R package is when we get into doing a return style fuel system and e85.
 

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I can only imagine how much fun that thing must be to drive !!!! I just worry about the long term reliability of the motor.
 

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I can only imagine how much fun that thing must be to drive !!!! I just worry about the long term reliability of the motor.
In our experience these are stout engines and handle our 800R package just fine. In fact we still use stock engines in our 1000R package tuned to mid 900 RWHP. With proper care and use (outlined in our owners manual) these cars will put a smile on your face for years to come. It seems like the majority of the engine failures with these cars are usually within the first 1000 miles before the first oil change on bone stock cars. If you look at our dyno graphs, you will see that we limit how hard and how much torque is allowed. We could make a lot more, but on stock engines it's just not a good idea for any sort of longevity. In addition, turbos are generating energy from spent exhaust gasses, not a belt driven off of the crank( that takes HP to spin). This is why we are able to SAFELY make more power than superchargers.
 

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