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Old 02-11-2009, 09:47 PM
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Anyone have a dyno program?

Hello, my husband is HP crazy. And yes I know you can never have enough horse power. However if you do not race the car when do you stop? If you ask him you do not. But we are working on engine #3 for the Old Gal. And since we are just putting it together he was wondering what kind of HP his is going to get out of it. I have all specs to engine. If someone can give me an idea or a software that I can down load for free would be great.

1963 Ford Galaxie Notch Top
1974 360FE block bored 30 over
Scat 432 stroker kit
Engine stroke 4.125 in
bore 4.350
10.5:1 ratio
Performer RPM Aluminum heads
170cc intake ports
72cc combustion chambers
2.090" int./1.660" exh valves
1.550" valve springs, .600" max lift
Crane Dual Valve spring kit
Seat pressure@installed height 130lbs @ 1.85
Open pressure and height 402 lbs @ 1.150
Coil bind 1.080
Max Net lift w/ .060 clearance 0.710
Average spring rate 391 lbs/in
Crane Hyd. Roller Lifters
Crane sportmans series gold aluminum roller rockers
Crane roller cam (349521)
lift: int.@cam 332 @ valve 584
exh. @ cam 345 @ valve 607
Rocker arm ratio 1.76
Minimum rpm 1800
Maximum rpm 5600
valve float 6200
Edelbrock performer rpm intake
Holley 750 cfm DP carb
Hooker Competition Ceramic headers
MSD Pro billet distributor
MSD Ignition box
MSD coil
Melling HV oil pump
Moroso 8 qt. oil pan
Windage tray
3.50:1 rear axle ratio
4 speed top loader manual tranny
3782 lbs w/driver
3576 lbs w/out driver

We are having one problem with this it is harder then hell to start this girl. What should we do? I can't remember if DH said a different alt. or starter. See what happens when you don't pay attention. he he

Any input would be great. And thanks


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Old 02-12-2009, 01:46 AM
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May need a High torque starter. You'll need your Cam duration #'s for the free dyno. Free download here>
May need to find a Comp cam close to your Crane cam specs for input.
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