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    Default Just got done on the Dyno at Westech!

    Just got done on the Dyno today, can't wait to get this back in the boat for some prop testing!!!
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    1,020 lbs ft at 4,600............................................. . I think I hate you ......................no seriously I hate you.


    That's thowing down some thunder right there.

    Wow very nice build,



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    I'd like to know what it was at 3800-4000....? The dyno couldn't hold it below 4600 even though it was set to load it at 4300. It lost 10 lbs ft every 100 rpm so it stands to reason it made 10 more every hundred under 47 until it peaked. If it peaked at 4000, it most likely made 1,060 ish...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    1,020 lbs ft at 4,600............................................. . I think I hate you ......................no seriously I hate you.


    That's thowing down some thunder right there.

    Wow very nice build,



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    Jon, Jon, now you know thats not true. Thats what happens with a A/A motor, and you know blowers are just a crutch

    At first I looked at the CID and HP and thought eh, yeah, so? Then I looked again and said holy shiat, 6300 AND it was rising. Nice!
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    Would you believe that is with Edelbrock heads too???

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    We have it on excellent authority that heads have no role in power production on blown engines. So if you did that with peanut port iron heads with 2.09 intake valves we are not suppose to be surprised. It makes us look stupid.
    I think that is what defines the "crutch".
    And don't try to bullshit us, it says HTM right on the front of the heads.


    Jason, what was the boost?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post

    Jason, what was the boost?
    Looks like 22lbs.


    What fuel?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    Looks like 22lbs.


    What fuel?


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    it looks like 11.1 to me im guessing 91 octane. very nice!!!!

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    22.6 manifold pressure, 11.1 lbs boost the runs were made on c14 at 32 degrees timing so I could run 110 with no issues at all. I have other pulleys for more boost but this is not a race motor....

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    They are the original Edelbrock heads that came on the boat 10 years ago when it was new, I just had them reworked by the guy that originally designed the CNC program for those heads for Ken Lane at HTM.

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    Default compression?

    what is the static compression?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    Looks like 22lbs.


    What fuel?


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    Thats inches of mercury to you non pressure fellas
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    About 8.5:1 don't know the compressed thickness of the head gaskets

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    We have it on excellent authority that heads have no role in power production on blown engines. So if you did that with peanut port iron heads with 2.09 intake valves we are not suppose to be surprised. It makes us look stupid.
    I think that is what defines the "crutch".
    And don't try to bullshit us, it says HTM right on the front of the heads.


    Jason, what was the boost?
    Hmm... so who do you consider and "excellent authority"? Heads ALWAYS matter. That said, the things I've seen Fiat do with an 8.71, an 80A pump, 8 nozzles, 1 pill and tin full of alky will make one believe heads matter less than you thought and a blower IS a REALLY good crutch.
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    ....... David 519 is 100% correct........

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    .....I think people forget that racing is supposed to fun. Losing shouldn't be discouraging it should motivate you work on your pile to make it faster.....

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