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    I like the bilge pump hose on the evac.
    Really nice looking engine Steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFOcean View Post
    I like the bilge pump hose on the evac.
    Really nice looking engine Steel.
    That's actually DEEEEEP depression vacuum hose with a spring in it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    That's actually DEEEEEP depression vacuum hose with a spring in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFOcean View Post
    I like the bilge pump hose on the evac.
    Really nice looking engine Steel.
    Thanks. Heading to the dyno in the morning.
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    Nice piece ......

    look forward to some specs

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Thanks. Heading to the dyno in the morning.
    765HP @ 6500RPM? just having fun with a guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFOcean View Post
    765HP @ 6500RPM? just having fun with a guess.


    c-mon, he posted 1 inch flow numbers. Lets give him at least 2hp per cubic inch

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiskeybent hondo View Post
    c-mon, he posted 1 inch flow numbers. Lets give him at least 2hp per cubic inch
    LOL...wouldn't that be nice. This is a street/strip engine that wasn't built to make big peak power numbers. It was built to make lots of HP but also good, usable tq. and a wide power band to get a 3800# 71 Chevelle moving. I think 802 lbs/ft and 964 hp ought to do it. Makes 750 lbs/ft from 4700 - 6700. Peaks @ 7000 and peak tq is at 5600.
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    Great numbers Steel, tell us more about the specs.

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    Scott very nice clean build and very nice numbers and the customer should be very happy, Congrats to all!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CNC BLOCKS View Post
    Scott very nice clean build and very nice number and the customer should be very happy, Congrats to all!!!
    Thanks Carl!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VD Cruiser View Post
    Great numbers Steel, tell us more about the specs.
    Thanks. Street/strip 565 going in a customer's 71 Chevelle. Dart block, Lunati Pro crank, H beam rods, Mahle 13:1 pistons, ported AFR heads, ported Edelbrock Super Victor, Straub custom solid roller, .903 Morel lifters, 7/16 Smith Brothers pushrods, T&D sahft rockers, ATI damper, Lance Patton 1300 Holley, Aerospace vac pump, Stef's pan. Cam is .775"/.745" 270-ish @ .05.
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    badass build! If possible could you post pics of how the vacuum pump is mounted... we are planning on mounting my mini alternator out in front of the plate on my motor. We have an idea of how its gonna work-just curious how you did it. Thx

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