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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-28-2010, 07:00 AM Thread Starter
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Care to make any predictions?

Headed to Owenboro ,Ky. and going to dyno this on Saturday 10-30-10.

Let me know what cha think.

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.200 107.4
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.500 358
.550 366
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.400 182
.500 207
.600 222
.700 228
.800 233
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Wink contest?

I'll guess 765hp @ 6900.Good luck and drive safe.
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I'll do that It has to be exact and I'll bump it to a box of 24

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Cool

Sounds good to me!One more prediction.This thread will go 5 pages now!lol
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I'll guess 734 HP. 600 + torque. I totally pulled those numbers out of thin air.

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Is this to be with Mike's 2" dyno headers...?
After it's tuned right, I would expect just under 800 horsepower with about 680 lb/ft of torque.

You might want to try the "custom" JOMAR 1" carb spacer which Mike has along with the JOMAR "Power Cone"...

Oh Yea, his place is actually in Philpot not Owensboro, lol.

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Is this to be with Mike's 2" dyno headers...?
After it's tuned right, I would expect just under 800 horsepower with about 680 lb/ft of torque.

You might want to try the "custom" JOMAR 1" carb spacer which Mike has along with the JOMAR "Power Cone"...

Oh Yea, his place is actually in Philpot not Owensboro, lol.

I guess so with the headers. Blake wants me to bring mine also. I'll let them try whatever they like...it'll be a new experience for me. I've never been there before and that damn Blake told me Owensboro LOL

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Well I made it there and back. Unfortunately my engine didn't come home with me . Had a few issues.

It was making some awesome numbers on some short pulls . 700 hp @ 6000 with 648 ft lbs of torque @ 5100 then the coupler from the dyno decided it didn't like being attached to the flex plate and let loose . This was with no tune, just a few short test pulls. After 4+ hrs of getting the coupler assy and a flywheel set up to work we then fired this bad bitch up again. During warm up we noticed the oil psi not where it should/was before so we aborted .

We checked it out and found the rear main sustained some damage.

For more info, pics and video go over to bruno's.

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I'll stick by my prediction, you should get near there with that engine.

From the numbers you gave, the headers seem to be sized good for a street/strip application and are probably to long and maybe to small for a race car.

EDIT: I see from the photos that you were using Chevy headers with Charlie's adapter plates on the heads. It seems those numbers must not have been up to peak horsepower/RPM yet.

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