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Old 10-20-2004, 06:35 PM
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can someone dyno my engine

i have a 385 stroker with comp cams xe274h it has the big chamber meaxican heads, tpi setup, exhaust manafolds. if you need anything else let me know

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Old 10-20-2004, 08:52 PM
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Gotta have more details than that....

385? What kinda block, Chevy, ford, mopar, etc...? Big chamber? whats big chamber? 64cc, 68cc, 72cc, 76cc? TPI? how big is the throttle body? Stock exhaust all the way back? Mufflers? open? Compression ratio? and for conveince mind posting the cam specs while you're at it?
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Old 10-20-2004, 10:26 PM
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TPI's were chevies. But yes there is much information needed specifically about the TPI and the other info requested to get you and accurate reading.
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The mexican heads are 76 cc. This sounds like the universal replaccement motor with some add-ons and a stroker kit.
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or...another poser
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sorry about that guys its a chevy motor the comp ratio is about 9:1 maybe 9.5:1 its factory exhaust on a 3rd gen camaro and the tpi setup is also factory. the cam is .490 lift both intake and exhaust then 230 int and 236 exh on .50 duration. if you need anything else let me know the heads are 76cc heads
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Old 10-21-2004, 06:47 PM
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I wanna see a pic of you standing next to the motor.

This is a necessary part of our dyno-testing.

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Old 10-21-2004, 07:37 PM
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the motor is in a iroc how am i supposed to stand next to it. i really dont see the big deal of yall running it through the program if thats to much of a hassel then thats fine. this is all yall ever do when i ask something
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Old 10-21-2004, 07:50 PM
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Take a pic of you next to the hood open then take a picture of the motor. What's the big deal... I mean, we just want to see it dude?!

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just give me some numbers and ill take a pic and show you when i get a chance ok?
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I told you man, I need those pics to dyno the motor. I gotta see the setup.

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I came up with 240 hp at 4000 rpm, and 346 ft/lb at 3000 rpm. Hope that helps. No pic needed.
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