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Here's my combo

532 CID

D1VE AB Block with 4-bolt main caps on 2,3 and 4.
Bored to 4.44”
ARP main and head studs
Clevite H-Series rod and main bearings

Eagle 6.8 H-Beam rods with ARP rod bolts connected to JE Flat Top pistons 13.4 to1 Compression Ratio. Total Seal file to fit rings.

4340 Forged 4.30” Custom crank via Speed-O-Motive Internally balanced and knife edged with SFI Dampner and Scat Flywheel.

Aluminum A429 Heads with 2.25” Intake valves and 1.76” Exhaust valves, Harland Sharp Roller Rockers, Jomar Stud Girdle, Comp Roller valve springs and Titanium Retainers.

Intake Flow of all 8 ports (Ladd’s Porting Service, Maryland)

0.200 (148)
0.300 (230)
0.400 (301)
0.500 (345)
0.600 (374)
0.700 (387)
0.800 (400)

Exhaust Flow of all 8 ports (Ladd’s Porting Service, Maryland)

0.200 (120)
0.300 (169)
0.400 (208)
0.500 (232)
0.600 (251)
0.700 (260)
0.800 (260)

Comp Cams Custom Roller (Lem Evans Special )
Duration @ .050 272° Intake and 282° Exhaust
Lobe separation 111°
Gross Valve lift .727 Intake and .727 Exhaust
Intake lobe degreed to 111° ATDC


Edelbrock Victor 460 4500 intake match ported to the heads and with port work in the flange area, topped with a custom 1050 cfm Holley Dominator and 1” Edelbrock Clover-Leaf spacer.

Mallory Comp 9000 Magnetic Pickup dizzy.
Mallory HyFire VI Ignition box and Promaster Coil.
Moroso Ultra 40 Plug Wires.
AR3934 Autolite Plugs

2 1/8" into 4" long tube headers for Fox Chassis via CRP.

Fully rollerized C4 tranny built by PA Transmissions with transbrake and forward manual valve body. UCC Convertor with 5400 Stall.

Moroso FOX pan with windage Tray and baffels.

Narrowed Ford 9” Rear with full spool and 4.11:1 gears attached to a 4-Link suspension.
32x 14x15 Good Year Drag Slicks


Running my engine numbers through Desktop Dyno it is giving me :

Flywheel HP: 825 @ 6500 RPM

Flywheel TQ: 754 @ 5500 RPM

Since my build is very similar to Damon's buid I can get an idea of what kind of times I should run with my 94 Mustang at 3000 #'s. Which actually turns out to be better than I had hoped for, so no complaining here.

Hope to get some real world numbers soon....

Let me know what you think... 8)
 

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sounds good

sounds like a petty good combo :D :D :D cant wait til u get it to the track, keep us posted :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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That's one hell-of-a pair of A429 heads; 400 cfm total intake airflow and STILL get over 300 cubic feet at .400" lift.
208 cfm exhaust airflow at only .400" valve lift also...WoW :!:
 

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That's one hell-of-a pair of A429 heads; 400 cfm total intake airflow and STILL get over 300 cubic feet at .400" lift.
208 cfm exhaust airflow at only .400" valve lift also...WoW :!:
Yea those numbers are straight off my flow sheet 28 inH2O. The first time they did the heads I just wasn't happy with the percentage of exhaust to intake ( it was in the 50's ) so I took them back and had them work the exhaust side some more and ended up right around the upper 60's to 70 percent range. Best part about it he didn't charge me a dime for the second go around. I'm very happy with them.

Gary
 
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