guess my dyno numbers.

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in 8-10 wks when the snow is gone :help2:



460..

.60 over, offset crank to a 2.2 journal size (big block chevy journal size)

setup is 514 cubes

forged diamond pistons with a (i think) 28 cc dish

forged H beam big block chebby rods (forget what brand he ordered)

trick flow heads spec: TFS-5440T801 91cc 340cc 172cc 2.30" Intake,
1.88" Exhaust 1.640" Dual Springs Assembled.. he will be "touching up the exaust ports" as he puts it

his design custom sheet metal intake...

builders custom spec cam

demon 1050

17/8-inch-diameter custom made longtubes to fit the mustang.. AJE tubular k member and c4trans 2800 stall and a trans brake

gapped for nitrous... balanced to take 7500 rpm(shifting will be at 6800).. and a 250 shot
 

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u planning a trip to mars? damn :khobra:
 

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whats ur compression ratio??, head flow numbers??, single plane??, exhaust??, rear wheel numbers or engine numbers???
 

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5.HOE said:
whats ur compression ratio??, head flow numbers??, single plane??, exhaust??, rear wheel numbers or engine numbers???

+1 with a set up like that we need ALL the info to try to even make a ballpark guess on hp numbers
 

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comp ratio will be 10.5 to one ish, maybe 11.0 at the high end..

flow chart for stock heads below, will flow slightly more exh side when he is done.. and yea single plane, intake.

custom longtubes, 2 3/4 x pipe, 2 chamber flows..

engine or rhwp.. rear end is 8.8 c clip elims and 4.30s :dancing6:

0.100" 72 57
0.200" 142 106
0.300" 213 145
0.400" 271 179
0.500" 325 209
0.600" 365 238
0.700" 395 260
0.800" 412 274
 

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im sorry to break it to you but your only looking at 65hp.... ;D
 

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r_suh said:
u planning a trip to mars? damn :khobra:


the plan, was to put ET streets on it, and see if i can reverse the rotation of the earth :naughty:
 

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Sweet setup man, after putting all your figures and numbers together and calculating all possibilities and situations, factoring in gravity to weight ratio and physics law #231 art b. section 13/a and also taking into consideration fezziks law of coorinationates, and finally applying this all to a great deal of triginometric fractal geomitrinitry.

My final statistics tell me that indubitably your car may produce within the normal scientific boundaries of 483.9823021111 kw or 623.9888 horsepowers. This of course is all relative to time rationetrical stability and tractitional specific accuracy.
 

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with those head numbers and a custom roller cam, over 600 for sure , im guessing 675hp to the engine.with more compression , 13.5 to 1 and a huge cam around 270/270 at .050 i could see u breaking the 700s and maybe 750. u will make really good power nonetheless with those heads, especially after adding the nitrous !!!!!! look into custom roller solid cam.
 

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rull of thumb is it not hard to make 1hp per cubic inch so I could easly say you would be over 514 hp at the fly!!
 

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DFG_Pimpin said:
more than 3 times what i have... :-[

dont feel bad,...........when gas goes back up to 4 dollars a gallon, you can get the last :rollinglaugh: in on him :D
 

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