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GONNA DYNO MY PROFILER 518

VERY SHORTLY WE ARE GONNA DYNO MY MOTOR, will keep everybody posted as to how we make out! gunning for 1100 n/a hope she can pull it off.
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518 cubes w/ 3 stages thats 2000 plus hp thats a mean biatch ..... just my dumb guess ....


Very nice motor btw sir ....



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Good luck Lou!!! That is one bad motor you got there. I don't think you will have a problem getting to that level. What will be the rpm range of a motor that size with those heads?

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Very Nice. I too am interested in the RPM level with those heads at 518 cubic inch.
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On the rpm range with those heads on a 518.

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Maybe someone could tell me what the purpose of the MSD sticker on the valve cover is? I think there were stickers like that in the boxes with my MSD distributor, Digital 6 box and coil, but I never saw any reason that it was needed. I just leave them in the box with the leftover parts.
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Maybe someone could tell me what the purpose of the MSD sticker on the valve cover is? I think there were stickers like that in the boxes with my MSD distributor, Digital 6 box and coil, but I never saw any reason that it was needed. I just leave them in the box with the leftover parts.
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Good luck Lou!!! That is one bad motor you got there. I don't think you will have a problem getting to that level. What will be the rpm range of a motor that size with those heads?
CHRIS, YOUR GUESS IS AS GOOD AS MINE! HOPEFULLY NEXT WEEK I WILL PUT HER ON THE PUMP! GOT A LOCAL SHOP WITH A BRAND NEW DTS DYNO. IT SURE IS NICE TO HAVE SOME LOCAL RESOURCES! I FOUND THIS GUY HE IS ONLY 25 MINUTES FROM MY HOUSE AND DOES THOUSANDS OF CUSTOMERS AND I NEVER HEARD OF HIM UNTIL LAST MONTH. WE ARE GETTING A BILLET FLYWHEEL SO WE CAN SPIN HER UP AS HIGH AS SHE'LL GO THE DYNO IS GOOD FOR 2000 HP AND 15000 RPMS WE MAY EVEN SPRAY IT LITTLE. :lol:
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Good luck, what do you rev it to ?

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Good luck, what do you rev it to ?

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so far i've had it to 85-8600, it has the valve train for 88-9200 that is what we designed it for and are hoping to get out of it but we just don't know yet i only made a few shakedown passes at the track then we ripped motor down to look at everything and everything looked great so now its off to the pump. reason we didn't dyno motor first was that i didn't have any headers and the motor is kinda a task to get in and out of car. now that i have headers time will tell hopefully next week by end of week. :lol:
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dyno

thats a sweet look love the laughing gas. so what did the dyno tell you
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He is going to dyno it next week ............. Stay tuned

This is a cool *** hell build I can't wait to see the numbers. 8)

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