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    I am at the design stage of building a new engine for the Daytona.
    What would your build consist of. Money is an issue but do want good parts but not overkill. I will assemble the engine myself after all of the machining is done by a local shop I have used for over 20 years. I have built performance engines for 35 years.
    It will be natural aspirated, roller cam, tunnel ram? F.A.S.T.
    electronic fuel injection.
    What cubes - 598 or 632?
    Plan on using a tall deck block.
    I have dry exhaust so cam overlap is not an issue.
    Would you do the firing order swap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkerer View Post
    I am at the design stage of building a new engine for the Daytona.
    What would your build consist of. Money is an issue but do want good parts but not overkill. I will assemble the engine myself after all of the machining is done by a local shop I have used for over 20 years. I have built performance engines for 35 years.
    It will be natural aspirated, roller cam, tunnel ram? F.A.S.T.
    electronic fuel injection.
    What cubes - 598 or 632?
    Plan on using a tall deck block.
    I have dry exhaust so cam overlap is not an issue.
    Would you do the firing order swap?
    Thanks
    Steve
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    E85x14.5:1x632cid=922hp
    Should be pretty easy. Thats at 1.46 hp per ci, not too hard to do.
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    You Know I was thinking about E85.

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    Is this a jet or IO? If it's a jet, 565 or 588 with a tunnel ram and hyd. roller should make 900hp easy on pump gas ~ 6500 rpm.
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    Or this and it's for sale
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    This is gonna be awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hullshot View Post
    Or this and it's for sale
    This is a nice setup.. I was eyeing it when I was there...
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    Yes. BIG as you can go. And yes. Firing order swap or get with Straub and try a two pattern.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    Yes. BIG as you can go. And yes. Firing order swap or get with Straub and try a two pattern.
    When Chris did my cam, I asked about the 4-7 swap..he didnt think it would be right for me....and what is a two pattern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    This could get interesting.
    How did I know you were sitting in a dark corner waiting to pounce?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    Yes. BIG as you can go. And yes. Firing order swap or get with Straub and try a two pattern.
    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    How did I know you were sitting in a dark corner waiting to pounce?
    ME??
    I just trying to figure out what you call 90+% of the cams out there for BBC that have different lobes for intake and exhaust? Aren't those dual pattern or "two" pattern cams?
    Or did you mean something different?



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