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    Dyno Sheet:
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    here is the bar graph on the dyno...
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    Thats a hot dyno if there ever was one..... nice set up seriously
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    Cool stuff.
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    oughta be a runner, good job

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    Nice...I like those numbers (actually 850) at 6,500 NA and on pump gas
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    what are the rest of the specs comp.? how much cam? heads?

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    ^^^^^^^
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    Pretty sure it's the pump gas 555 in the now locked thread. I think most of the specs are there....
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    What happened to the oil pressure at the end of the run?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnt Sticks View Post
    What happened to the oil pressure at the end of the run?
    Look at the oil/crankcase temp toward the end of the run. The oil was getting down to 10w by then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smitt19 View Post
    what are the rest of the specs comp.? how much cam? heads?
    11 to 1
    Cam spec's were posted on other 555 thread. It is around .830 Lift on intake and 264 @ .050 and around .800 lift on exhaust and .280 @ .050 on Exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnt Sticks View Post
    What happened to the oil pressure at the end of the run?
    NOt our oil pan.
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