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Originally Posted by mares98 When all else fails blame the boat & set up not the motor! No seriously plans are to dyno as soon as i start to become a team player in another form of racing atleast with the donovan. you should not have given up on that boat. you were close.
Good luck, Brian.
Originally Posted by cs19 yes i know. When all else fails blame the boat & set up not the motor! No seriously plans are to dyno as soon as i start to become a team player in another form of racing atleast with the donovan.
Originally Posted by mares98 Im almost scared to. yes i know.
Originally Posted by cs19 so where are you dynoing mares? while your there run the drag motor on the dyno. Probablly westech, the dreaded drag motor . Im almost scared to.
so where are you dynoing mares? while your there run the drag motor on the dyno.
Thanks for the replies, 750 or so sounds fairly reasonable with this cam cam profile.
i played with my dd to with some close flow#s i thought and came up with around 725 give or take.the flat tappet is killing it big time,imo.
just like smokin said,6500 rpm
but in the real world who really knows these programs do get close but not on the money.good luck
From the guy who plays with DD way too much, 700HP.
Way up at 6,500RPM or so.
360 CFM x 2 = 720 ....
360 x 2.1 = 756
If you can make 2.1 HP per CFM you're doing pretty damn good. The flat tappet won't allow max flow under the curve but the 13:1 will give it some serious pop.
My guess is, it will could make 740 Hp +/- 10 hp. More than likely 730 maybe 735. Just a wildass guess. But I think 1.5 HP/ cu. in is out with those flow #'s.
.700 Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 what lift?
Originally Posted by mares98
368 cfm @ 28" of h20. what lift?
Originally Posted by Sleeper CP Do you know the air flow of the heads ? With those #'s you can more than likely get within a few HP guess. ( +/- 10 hp) But off the top, your 1.5 HP # is probably close.
Big Inch Ford Lover 368 cfm @ 28" of h20.
Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 13 to 1 skiboat who cnced the heads.like sleeper said,hard to get real close without flow#s if you have them anyone can run it thru a program and get real close with the correct info,other than that you are really pissing in the wind imo.
i have looked around but can not find #S for these heads and it will also depend on who cnced them.
imo that is one hell of a large flat tappet cam profilegood luck,travis
yeah tom 13.1 ski boat me like that