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clankford last won the day on November 27 2014

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  1. I've got 2 stock seats. Call me if you want 501-680-3289
  2. I have my 2009 T2 for sale. It has roughly 2200 miles on it, runs great. Lots of aftermarket upgrades and custom work. Very reliable. A few upgrades are turbo, eps, upgraded diffs, doors, HD clutch from silver bullet, etc, etc. i also have 2 extra diffs that will go with it, approximately 10 new axles and a ton of other parts. Message me for more details if interested. 501-680-3289 asking $9800
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  4. It was a night and day difference. I don't have any numbers as far as HP and Torque. With my 28" tires on the pavement mine begins to pull the front end when it boosts. The front passenger tire will leave the ground a few inches in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Right now I have 30" super ATV intimidators on the buggy that are actually 32" tall. It doesn't pull the tires with those on it but it will go anywhere I want to go with authority, just drive it on the aggressive side.
  5. I am running a Mallory fuel pressure regulator (PN MAA-4305M) for supercharger and turbo applications from Summit Racing. Just run vacuum to it from the intake manifold. I pipe it in with some fittings from local hardware store. I also have a gauge on the regulator from Summit (PN SUM-800199), dual fuel pumps from parts store running in parallel, they are AIRTEX E2000 pumps, you can cross the E2000 with Carter, Bosch, spectre, etc. I like these pumps because they have a lifetime guarantee and I run in mud and water, so when they fail I can run to the local parts store and grab another. Changed the fuel filter out to a 1997 Chevy Z71 filter, once a gain for easy replacement. Not sure if it was necessary but I removed my fuel cell and had a local weld shop put half inch bungs in the supply and return ports of the cell (I don't have aluminum welding capabilities) and run half inch supply line to pumps. 100 octane LL fuel.
  6. The trooper will carbon up causing low compression. Have you pulled the plugs and put a few ounces of marvel mystery oil in the cylinders overnight? I had low compression on a cylinder, put 2 ounces in it for a few days and it came back. Also you may want to run some in the fuel and oil sometimes. Not sure if your interested in doing so but might be alternative to engine swap. I've also put a turbo on mine, plenty of power.
  7. Do you have a part number of the radiator you found and used?
  8. The fuel pressure regulator from Summit Racing, part number MAA-4304MM, the gauge I bought with it was part number SUM-800199. Plug wires were from ebay, Vulcan Extreme 8.5 mm Silicone Universal Race Straight Spark plug Wire Set 8 Cylinder (371047389490), I also put a bigger breather can on it from ebay (360733785808). I run a Fail Safe thermostat from Autozone, part # 7240-192. Something else that helped for the heating issue was I replaced the plastic plate in the bed of the buggy with a peice of expanded metal then added another cooler with electric fan from summit racing (MIO-MMOC-F) and 3/8" hose, this coolers inlet comes from the thermostat bypass on the head, goes to the cooler then to the turbo bearing, from the turbo it goes into the "T" in the cooling system, I replaced the stock "T" with a bigger one I made with fittings from the hardware store because the stock one had a 1/8"-1/4" inlet. This added cooler is piped in with 3/8" hoses, I essentially have 2 radiators. I did this for 2 reasons, one to cool the turbo bearing with oil and water and also to add some capacity to the cooling system, its not a lot but every little bit helps. In the past I had had some problems of running out of fuel at high RPM, I had Nick from Blox (510)440-1605, rebuild my vacuum operated Fuel Management Unit, that fixed my Fuel problem. Not sure what type your running but mine is a 12:1 ratio. Hope this helps, holler at me if you need anything or if I can help in anyway. Good luck!
  9. I can't get the parts anywhere, wound up ordering a new diff from Joyner USA. I'm gonna try and have someone grind me a ring and pinion for it. I can tell you that this one will be shimed, welded, loctite, upgraded hardware and whatever else. Hahahah. I'm gonna start looking for a little 4 wheel independent suspension SUV to alter and put under the trooper. I'm open for suggestions. As far the tug of war contest, that Polaris was absolutely thrashing everyone. When they were hooking me up one of the event workers were poking fun at me. He said, I see you have a K&N filter there and started laughing, I just nodded my head. Needless to say no one was laughing when I took off with his ass! Hahaha
  10. I need a ring (32 tooth) and pinion (15 tooth) for the front diff of a trooper. If anyone has some and are willing to sell please contact me. Got in a tug of war contest a few weeks ago. Broke a few teeth. Yes I know it was dumb, but I had to shut these razor 1000 guys up, and I did. Won the whole deal! If anyone is interested, the video is on YouTube. 'Joyner trooper vs Polaris razor 1000"
  11. I need a ring (32 tooth) and pinion (15 tooth) for the front diff of a trooper. If anyone has some and are willing to sell please contact me. Got in a tug of war contest a few weeks ago. Broke a few teeth. Yes I know it was dumb, but I had to shut these razor 1000 guys up, and I did. Won the whole deal! If anyone is interested, the video is on YouTube. 'Joyner trooper vs Polaris razor 1000"
  12. I've been running a 30 amp fuse with the fan and dual fuel pumps, no problems. I had changed out the fuse box and thought I had wired something up wrong is why I originally posted, but after a lot of riding, no problems with the bigger fuse, still stock fan. My stock fuel pumps gave me some intermittent problems a while back, nothing that left me stranded, but...I saw on here where someone had used an E2000 pump from the parts store. Its an Airtex, very easy to get at any store, and it has a lifetime guarantee. I put a dual pump setup on mine with a fuel pressure regulator designed for turbo/supercharged applications from Summit racing, and also changed the spark plug wires to 8.5mm wires instead of the stock 7mm's. Made a huge difference in throttle response and power. I've also changed out the wheel bearings with tapered bearings and have had great luck with those.
  13. Thanks man, I was thinking about ordering a better fuel regulator from summit too. Are you still running the stock regulator.
  14. Track guy 22, I am running one of Unleashed turbo's setups. Its the dual fuel pump setup that Lenny was talking about. Both Joyner pumps. Had one short out this weekend, un hooked it, ran on one pump the rest of the weekend staying under 5psi boost. Now the other is making noise and starting to cut out. I am thinking about throwing the NAPA one on tomorrow that you have. Is it still working well for you? I am in the south, lot of mud and water riding, would much rather be able to run to a NAPA than have a weekend ruined over something like this. Thanks in advance


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