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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-04-2007, 12:42 AM Thread Starter
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Dyno Results on 466 build

I got my results today on my build, this is going in a 70 Torino convertible. It a Dove-A 4 bolt block with professionally ported D0OE Heads cast iron of course. I pretty much pulled out all the stops on the build, it is has a Lunati solid roller cam, and roller rockers. 675 lift and split duration of 294/300, at 50, 110 degree. I think those numbers are correct, would need to double check the duration numbers but I know the lift is correct. I was going to go solid flat tappet, but wanted the power to come on much faster so I opted for full roller motor. I am using a stock crank, and H beam eagle rods. The pistons a J.E light weight flat tops, so the compression is high, for a street car anyway, right under 12 to 1, the heads and blocked were milled just a little. With a Holley 1000 cfm carb and long tube headers in pulled 696 H.P. @ 6500 and 668 TQ at 4500. That is with a ported victor intake, soory don't know what the flow numbers are on the heads as of the moment. I am using an original dual point dist, that was just completely gone through and stock SCJ duel pump. The combination seems to work well. With the stock 780 CFM carb, stock scj intake and stock cast iron headers it drops to 576 H.P. at 5500 RPM and 609 TQ at 4000 RPM, still noce numbers. I am doing a concourse lookin resto with a bunch more power of course si will be using the lowest powered combo, but atleast I know where I stand if I run a better set up on the mill. Just wanted to post to let you know what could be gotten out of this combo.
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Thats pretty smokin'. I have mine figured at about 720 off of the trap speed etc. Only diff is I use a set of tfs streets and an alky toilet injected deal. The .050 duration numbers seem a bit large. I have around 269/273 @.050 and .740 lift.

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I have never seen a 466 make that much torque..............D

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I will agree! Those are very nice numbers. If I can get my 532 with ported RPM's to run even close to that I will be tickled.


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Oops on the cam specs, all was correct but the duration at 50 degrees. It is 249/255 actual at 50, the lift is 675 on both. engine rpm range is 2800-7000 8)
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bump for nice build
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I have never seen a 466 make that much torque..............D
I think he meant 568tq because it does seem high for a 466ci. Jon Kaase built a 466 with p-51 heads, same 12.1 comp, 1195 king demon carb and cam was 256/262 at 50 and 0.761/0.743 inch lift comp cam, that made 690 hp at 6700rpm and 600tq.
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lets see the spread sheet because I know I want to see it
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