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    Default GOOD news from dyno man today!



    Now I have to build a driveshaft to contain it. ...and the BSFC #'s are.. well... horrible lol.
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    Ok....

    I can't take it any longer.

    I have no idea, is this really good news or not? I can read it either way.

    Whatcha gonna do? Details.

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    I dunno what I'm going to do next.. it still needs some fuel curve work and another 20 lbs of compression. Waiting on time for when it can be run for 4 hours, then shipped back so I can tear it down and lookee. I may have a lot of 2.5 stuff for sale this winter though . No need for RPM anymore.

    A Taylor mid still needs to built up so I can swap a 300xs powerhead for cruisin'. The gearcase is going to take some tinkering, 3.0 sporties leave a lot to be desired. I've been after a pump gas 400+ motor for 4-5 years now, the over bore/stroker 2.5 came close, with shit for reliability and still needed to 50/50 fuel. So off to e-bay and over the course of a couple years enough blown up 300x crap was accumulated, cut up, welded back together etc etc.

    After it survives a 100 mile trip I have some people to thank and pat on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HST4ME View Post
    I dunno what I'm going to do next.. it still needs some fuel curve work and another 20 lbs of compression. Waiting on time for when it can be run for 4 hours, then shipped back so I can tear it down and lookee. I may have a lot of 2.5 stuff for sale this winter though . No need for RPM anymore.

    A Taylor mid still needs to built up so I can swap a 300xs powerhead for cruisin'. The gearcase is going to take some tinkering, 3.0 sporties leave a lot to be desired. I've been after a pump gas 400+ motor for 4-5 years now, the over bore/stroker 2.5 came close, with shit for reliability and still needed to 50/50 fuel. So off to e-bay and over the course of a couple years enough blown up 300x crap was accumulated, cut up, welded back together etc etc.

    After it survives a 100 mile trip I have some people to thank and pat on the back.
    Cool.

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    447 and change this afternoon.. out of adjustment on fuel trims and I'm out of cash to spend for the next couple months so there it lays. 2.5 powerheads up for sale shortly.

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