On tuesday we dyno Snowball's motor, It made 1155hp at 7200rpm and 920tq at 6100rpm. They are going to run it this weekend and see how it compared to the other 606ci C headed motor.
If he wants to post detail's he will. Charlie might be right about the 1146. I remember see 1155hp on the last pull and the one before that was 1153hp.build info?
" I believe this combo is badass,......."Honestly, Craig Sullivan mastered this combination.
I believe this combo is badass, and I think Charlie's CNC program is quite a bit better than the hand ported heads I have on another motor. Whats really wild is the intake is untouched except where Craig laid back the fins that hang out under the carburetor at front and rear of intake. I will try it against a really untouched intake on the other motor I'm doing for my partner.
I forgot to mention...past threads about Vac-pumps and the 385 oiling system got me a little spooked of them, I'm glad that yours worked well. No dry sump correct, wet sump with a vac pump? How was the oil psi during the runs and oil capacity ?10" all the way thru pull, Star Vac pumps are the sheeote.
I forgot to mention...past threads about Vac-pumps and the 385 oiling system got me a little spooked of them, I'm glad that yours worked well. No dry sump correct, wet sump with a vac pump? How was the oil psi during the runs and oil capacity ?
I've wanted to re-do the system in the boat an install one on the engine but as I said there were a couple of threads that made me shy away from the idea.
I hope you don't mind me asking so many questions about your build, however about the "swap Cam". Is this the same principle as the BB Chevy swap ? and is it for harmonics or someother reason ? And whats the firing order then instead of 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8 ? Did I read somewhere before about crank life ?