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    Default chrysler dyno results for the hondo

    I hope this comes through. Ignore the lean 02 (bad sensor).
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    What the hell, you can't post something like that without a few details

    Wow.... details, details.


    Very very nice ? What was in the boat ?


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    Damn that is a stout N/A mopar! Should push that hydro right along.

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    Mo-power very nice. please tell us more.

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    Nice, but that cant be, only chevies on a westech dyno make that hp.

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    Nice. Did you try a regular style Dominator to comapre with the SV1?
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    Default Sorry guys, specs

    588 chrysler wedge, Block is the new Koleno cast iron. Much stouter block, improved oiling and cross bolted mains all 5. Crank is 4.625 stroke Callies with big block chevy rod journals. Rods are GRP aluminum. CP gas ported pistons, 4.5 bore. Bob weight came in at 2006 grams. Milodon dual pickup pump with a Charlies v-drive pan with 2" kickout,windage tray and trap doors. 9qt. Heads are Indy 572-13 cnc-385s. 1.88 stainless ex. 2.350 titanium in. 64cc chambers. Compression 15 to 1. Indy 440-3X intake and Pro Systems SV-1 One barrel dominator. MSD crank trigger, box, coil and dist. Jesel belt drive, Ati damper. Cam is 283/290 at .050. 115LS. Lift is .800/.763, T&D 1.7 shaft rockers and Nex-Tek springs. Custom Bassets 2 1/4 by 24" into a 4" collector. We set it up to be easy on valve train parts. Going to try and run a closed cooling system thruogh a heat exchanger with Meziere pump. JJ Beaver in Texas is fabricting the motor plates. Galen
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    ^^

    Nice combo of parts. Like the fact that the cam is not something over the top radical. Interesting lobe sep on it.

    I'd sure like to see a pull from 5,000 to 7,500 just for kicks.

    Thanks for sharing, that stroke sure makes some trq

    What do the heads flow ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Nice. Did you try a regular style Dominator to comapre with the SV1?
    I wanted to but time did not allow it. The SV1 is square jetted at 99s. I will lean it out when I get some time on it. The idle and throttle response is excellent, I am excited to see how this carb works in the boat. This is the first SV1 I have tried. Galen

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    Friggin' SWEET!

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    Intake flows a hair over 400cfm, exhaust flows 330.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly View Post
    Intake flows a hair over 400cfm, exhaust flows 330.
    How big of a hair ?

    A 1,060 hp on 400 cfm .....that is impressive.

    Like I said, Nice combo, I hope it all works well in the boat for you.


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    I don't know anything about dyno sheets so here goes. Is the A/F for air fuel ratio? If so, why is the right side in th 11's and the left in the 14's. I would think that both sides would be the same. I would think the engine turning those rpm the vacuum would be lower than that. Those look to me like a stock engine at idle.

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    ^^^

    His post stated to ignore the lean 02 sensor. I wonder if he could have jetted to get to 12.5 if it would had made a difference. ?

    As far as the Vac goes, certainly not hooked up. I've had them read like that before when not hooked up. Last time it was hooked up the 565" had 1.4" at 7,000 through a 1,050 .

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