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Re: G1000 vista

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Tim Heitman

06-30-2014 15:09:26

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Yes it still has the roosa master on it ,and no p pumps allowed I am running in the 11500 and 12500 classes, here in Missouri we have some of the best tracks around, it takes a lot of hp to compete. I cant get the vista under 11300 with no weight on it, and 20.38 tires.We have good pump guys here to.Trying to decide on going to 585 or stick with 504

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07-01-2014 15:17:27

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 Re: G1000 vista in reply to Tim Heitman, 06-30-2014 15:09:26  
I would definately go with a 585. Some pump work and a turbo should make 300hp without to much trouble. Direct injection, more cubic inches and stronger internals. Its a win win. External oil pump is a must. And it bolts right in. Good Luck!

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06-30-2014 16:58:49

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 Re: G1000 vista in reply to Tim Heitman, 06-30-2014 15:09:26  
Part out that 504 and go with the 585. The indirect injection 504 does not work well with a turbo and won't make the power you need UNLESS you can come up with a way to convert it to direct injection, and besides, you're gaining CID. The 585 will be a bit heavier but will bolt in. Make your own exhaust header/manifold, don't just bolt a turbo on the end of the stock N/A exhaust manifold, because as your rpm comes down there isn't enough exhaust pressure to keep the turbo lit. Call Fair Valley Performance in Sauk City, WI and see if he has any .450 Roosa-Master heads left, he did one for my MM 504 diesel a couple years ago that's great. He will need a MM core to work with because they're the only ones that turn "left-handed".

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