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    Default 2020 hp on 93oct. pump gas!!!

    This is from SMRE Performance....and all with a single "old tech" carb...

    We just pulled this engine off of the dyno. The customer was hoping to make 1800 on pump gas and 2000 on race gas. Needless to say, it is capable of quite a bit more than that and we did a pretty decent de-tune before it will go out the door. Here are a couple of "sneak peek" photos. I will try to get the dyno video posted as soon as possible. We are by no means professional videographers up here. Special thanks goes out to all of the folks at ProCharger, Chiseled Performance, C & S Specialties, Indy Cylinder Head, JE Pistons, Total Seal Rings for making the high quality components that helped make this possible.

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    That's real impressive.
    How much boost did it take and what was your ignition timing at ?
    You must have a mighty big A/W intercooler.

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    no doubt a big expensive engine but the supercharger , carb and distributor ign. is such old tech. to be getting that kind of power is crazy how would it work on e85 ?
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    how many cubes and how high rpm did you take it in the dyno test. love to see some pics of inside the motor??

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    Steve Morris had a display at a Drag Expo last year in the Chicago area. He had a Impala Wagon there with one of his high HP pumped gas motors installed. In the back seat he has a huge water to air chiller that they fill with ice water before each pass in order to get these to work on pumped fuel. I cannot remember all of the details and he may have even used dry ice. Definately doing everything he can to cool the charge to make 2000 on pumped!

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    This is not my personal engine nor is the Steve Morris engine. Steve Morris is not with SMRE any longer, he sold the sompany and the name to a customer. He joined teams with chassis builder KYLE KIRKER and started their own business togeather at http://www.neweraracecraft.com/.

    This engine was done by Steve Fairbanks and CJ at SMRE.

    It is 572 cubes and they hadnt planed on making that much power so they were only using a Chiseled Performance IC2000 so the IC was maxed out.
    Keep in mind that an engine does not care were fuel, spark and boost somes from just as long as it is there when needed. On race fuel or E85(need a carb recalibrate for the E85) with an IC3000 and a bigger tune up it shouldt have any problem making 2300-2500!

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    Mark- Boost was at 28psi and timing was 32....
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    Is the intercooler top secret?

    Cuz I have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    Is the intercooler top secret?

    Cuz I have one.
    I posted what they used.....

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    shiiiiiitttttt, only 2020. I would expect at least 2030 or so...



    Seriously that is some serious shit on 93 octane. Badass.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinTurbo540 View Post
    I posted what they used.....

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    Oh DUH !! lol I guess IC2000 and IC3000 went right over my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuc View Post
    no doubt a big expensive engine but the supercharger , carb and distributor ign. is such old tech. to be getting that kind of power is crazy how would it work on e85 ?
    its a keep it simple deal when runnin a blow thru set-up. prob could make bigger hp on efi, yes, but he'll spend twice the $$$ on the fuel system as well. when blow thru set-ups catch on, you'll see them everywhere we're hoping to be the 1st boat around southern okla. with a big hp blow thru motor

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    Very impressive to see those HUGE numbers! If you don't mind me asking about how much would it cost to duplicate that engine? Also does it have the standard tear down times to check valves and then go through the whole bottom end a couple hundred after?

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    You are not going to make any more hp with FI, you will be able to have total controll of the fuel curve but not going to make any more peak hp numbers.

    You can but this package for around 45k from SMRE.....They have the normal tear down times and wear and tear as other big hp engines. I go through my stuff once a year in the winter.

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