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540, afr 357cnc heads, crane 268741 hydraulic roller, whipple 4.0

1102hp at 6000.
peak torque at 3400 was 1075 lbft and it held over 1000 to 5800.

 

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would be curious to see the results with the 335cnc's at that rpm, with everything else the same- those are some good #'s tho:)devil
 

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Good job.

What kind of boat is it going in ? Make sure to come back and let us know what the boat does.

What boost, compression, and type of fuel ?
 

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Good job.

What kind of boat is it going in ? Make sure to come back and let us know what the boat does.

What boost, compression, and type of fuel ?
03 25 Daytona

10psi, 8.2:1 ON PUMP 91

Hopefully water testing tomorrow.
 

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Was asking about the 8.1 because the cam PN says 8.1. I guess you were using this cam for the 4-7 swap firing order? Very impressive @ 10psi
 

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water tested this weekend. first crack, -2 sportmaster lower with 1" spacer, 1.36 gears, 32 labbed bravo.

119 bouncing the limiter at 6100
 

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height difference. I would have preferred to but my buddy wanted to keep it all under the stock hatch.
I understand, good power #'s

We have a couple of conversions from the quad rotors to the 5.0 liter in the winter work schedule for us to think about



Your boat is hauling the mail , bravo's are a good overall prop for the money, but at the power level you are at I would try some better props for sure, maybe a 5 blade herring hydromotive,BBlades
 
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