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    Default She's going on the Dyno Today!



    Some Specs...

    Dart 540 (actually 534 CI - .030 underbored)

    SRP Pistons with 10cc dome

    AFR 335's with a little kiss from Steelcomp

    Edelbrock T/R with a BIG KISS from Steelcomp

    cstraub custom ground bullet solid roller cam.

    2 holley 6109's that have been reworked by C&J and opened up to 850 usable CFM each.

    10.3:1 compression ratio set up for pump gas.

    Let the guessing begin! I'll update the thread when I get back from Westech...

    Jeff

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    What's the target rpm/redline?

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    6500

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    Wow, does that look nice! You really did an outstanding job there, Jeff.
    Don't forget to take your headers with you. They will make more power than the dyno headers.
    Good luck and sorry I can't be there. Tell Brule' I said hi and give me a call if you have a chance.
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    Will do Scott!

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    I feel like an uncle in the waiting room. Beautiful Mill!! Good luck today and let us know the out come.
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    It is certainly a good looking mill. Love the old school look with the finned valve covers!

    OK, I'll put my best guess at 863hp

    Good luck and don't forget video!

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    My guess is 750hp. Nice motor.

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    835hp,very nice mill
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    I'm gonna say about 845



    Great lookin mota too
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    1.43x534=763.62hp, how much torque? Great looking package, good luck in the torcher chamber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Don't forget to take your headers with you. They will make more power than the dyno headers.
    Side note/Question:
    Do you run water through them on the dyno too? Wont they "blue" in you don't? Just curious.

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    I see I'm on the high side of the guesses. Why hasn't anyone guessed 909.1hp @ 6200, 823 lbs/ft @ 5200?

    I honestly would love to see back to back results. I don't think there will be any question about the dyno this time around. If the last results were at all accurate, and I assume they were since it turned the pump the rpm's it should have... This mill shouldn't be too far off of that number.

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    Well since you asked....909.1hp @ 6200, 823 lbs/ft @ 5200....okay?

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