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    Default 515 ci hyd roller BB Chev, 896 hp

    515 ci, 13:1, hyd. roller, 893 hp @ 7100. Heads and intake by Foxwell, cam by Straub, engine built and dyno'd by Mark Jones "Vortecpro".











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    Nice work Scott, all these hours you put into these things really pays off
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    Is this the short stroke, large bore, tall deck deal you mentioned late last year... that the customer had "huge" heads he insisted on using? If so, you did a great job making them work (well, in any case really)

    You don't happen to have back to back with/without vac pump results, do you?

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    BEAUTIFUL WORK!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budweiser View Post
    Is this the short stroke, large bore, tall deck deal you mentioned late last year... that the customer had "huge" heads he insisted on using? If so, you did a great job making them work (well, in any case really)

    You don't happen to have back to back with/without vac pump results, do you?
    No, that was a twin turbo motor that went to the customer to be fit in the car. Hopefully we'll get that back before long to finish up. This is going in a 67 Chevelle. Don't have vac pump details, but I can tell you it's probably 25 to 30 hp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNYoungblood View Post
    Nice work Scott, all these hours you put into these things really pays off
    Thank you bud.

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    Thanks TJ.
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    Nice work.

    What gas did it run ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    Nice work.

    What gas did it run ?
    Thanks Jon. It's a 13:1 motor and ran MS109. Would definitely make more power with something like C16 or Q.
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    Mark seams to be pretty dang good at squeezing potential power out of any combo. Putting your work together makes for a good team. You both do clean and meticulous work. Nice results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc-Pilot View Post
    Mark seams to be pretty dang good at squeezing potential power out of any combo. Putting your work together makes for a good team. You both do clean and meticulous work. Nice results.

    Paul
    Yes he is, very good.
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    What size heads Scott?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    What size heads Scott?
    AFR 315's with a 2.30 valve and some bowl and short turn work. Ex ports were left stock and chambers were only blended for the big valve.
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