Yesterdays dyno tune. 588ci Whipple 8.3L 7psi 1435.6 hp
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Yesterdays dyno tune. 588ci Whipple 8.3L 7psi 1435.6 hp

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    Default Yesterdays dyno tune. 588ci Whipple 8.3L 7psi 1435.6 hp

    Video shot of yesterdays dyno tuning session. Location Pro Marine Lake Havasu, AZ, Engine builder Pro Marine, EFI system FAST XFI Marine and EFI tuning Brian Macy Horsepower Connection.com

    Engine made 1435.6hp @ 6000 rpms and 1289.0 ft/lbs TQ at 5000 rpms. The power was still climbing when we stopped. The engine is still very conservitive and has more left in it.

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    That's pretty stout on pump gas Brian. Thanks for sharing.
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    LOL..."conservative"...
    Details?
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    Amazing, check out this number from my Whipple deal, pump gas, different whipple though
    Within 1 hp?
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    Great job Brian. Gotta love those screw blowers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    LOL..."conservative"...
    Details?
    Power was still coming up when we pulled out of it. It could use a little more timing 32 degrees now. And A/F numbers were low 11s which could be leaner no problem. Still conservative.... We will wait until we get two of these in the guys boat and fine tune them. Now back to building our new dyno cell this week. More video to follow.
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