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ChevelleSS 06-16-2010 11:51 AM

Lets see your dyno sheet!
 
Hey guys, lets see your dyno sheets along with your build specs! Wish I had one to share, next spring for sure!

my87Z 06-16-2010 01:48 PM

i've got a 87' camaro Z28, with moser 12 bolt, 4.10's, lockers, 33 spline axles, weld 15x10, 15x6 pro-stars, M/T drag radial P295/65R15's monster 700R4 trans (rev valve body) with Hughes 3500 stall, 385cid (383 @.040) scat 9000 crank, scat 4340 5.7 rods, clevitte bearings, KB 18cc D dished pistons, howards solid f/t cam; 282/290 240/250 106CL 110LSA .525"/.525", howards billet alm roller rockers 1.6 intake (corrected lift is .555") 1.5 exhuast, howards direct lube EDM lifters, howards push rods, DART iron eagle platinum 200cc heads milled .040 (58cc chambers) 10.3:1CR, port/bowl/valve work, flow tested, edelbrock victor jr intake, 850cfm double pumper, and yes a procomp billet HEI distributor, Melling HV55 oil pump, summit HO water pump. march serp kit, hooker 1 3/4" long tube headers, dynomax bullet's 3" duals.

i dont have a dyno, wish i did, i guess i could always get it rear wheel dyno'd

it runs 7.30's in the 1/8 @ 88-89mph, 11.60's in the 1/4 @ 115-117mph shifting @ 6200

my estimate would be around 500-510hp, 480-490tq

can run on pump gas but i mix my fuel, 2/3 93-94 octane, 1/3 110 octane

ChevelleSS 06-22-2010 07:25 PM

Thought this might be a fun thread, guess you guys dont agree. Well :spank:

454 Rattler 06-23-2010 08:34 AM

It really bothers me when a guy claims to have xxx amount of horsepower but has no way to prove it.

Show me the dyno sheet.

I'm not a computer guy but, I don't believe someone sitting at a computer can give an exact horsepower number on a guys engine. There's too many variables to account for.

Take it to a dyno and take the paperwork home. Thats the only way to prove your claim of xxx horsepower.

If a guy estimates his horsepower thats another thing. I take estimates with a grain of salt.



454 RATTLER

Plaintoast 06-23-2010 09:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 454 Rattler
It really bothers me when a guy claims to have xxx amount of horsepower but has no way to prove it.

Show me the dyno sheet.

I'm not a computer guy but, I don't believe someone sitting at a computer can give an exact horsepower number on a guys engine. There's too many variables to account for.

Take it to a dyno and take the paperwork home. Thats the only way to prove your claim of xxx horsepower.

If a guy estimates his horsepower thats another thing. I take estimates with a grain of salt.



454 RATTLER

X2!
I hear all kinds of fantastic claims of horsepower from people, and actually know my numbers, which are usually lower than theirs. Somehow though, cars with my engines seem to outrun most of those "big number" motors on the track, hmmmm.
I don't even take them with a grain of salt, I just quietly chuckle!

petes67bird 06-23-2010 08:57 PM

I will try and post my dyno sheet later. I just got my new Year One Power Crate engine today. If I get the chance, I will scan the dyno sheet into the computer for all to see. I have 404.5 hp, around 430ft/lbs torque at 5900 rpm. The engine was dyno'd with my 750 double pumper w/ 1 inch spacer, my HEI distributor.

NEW INTERIORS 06-23-2010 09:17 PM

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never put any of my motors on a dyno...And probably won't,, But I can say my 468 BBC in my 41 willys..Is ''SCARY'' !!!! :drunk: :sweat: :pain: It will glue you to the seat !!!!! :D That's a good enough Dyno for me.. :thumbup:

OLNOLAN 06-23-2010 09:35 PM

Yep
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by NEW INTERIORS
never put any of my motors on a dyno...And probably won't,, But I can say my 468 BBC in my 41 willys..Is ''SCARY'' !!!! :drunk: :sweat: :pain: It will glue you to the seat !!!!! :D That's a good enough Dyno for me.. :thumbup:

Yep, I'd have to agree. Wished I had the bucks to blow on a dyno test, but generally when the engine is finished I'm tapped. Although I may do a rear wheel dyno tune on an LT1 build up I'm doing, it ain't gonna be anytime soon. Seat of the pants dyno, scare the CA-CA out of you dyno, works for me. Track ET and MPH generally humbles your best guesstimate, at least for me anyway. ;) olnolan

American Muscle 06-23-2010 10:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OLNOLAN
Yep, I'd have to agree. Wished I had the bucks to blow on a dyno test, but generally when the engine is finished I'm tapped. Although I may do a rear wheel dyno tune on an LT1 build up I'm doing, it ain't gonna be anytime soon. Seat of the pants dyno, scare the CA-CA out of you dyno, works for me. Track ET and MPH generally humbles your best guesstimate, at least for me anyway. ;) olnolan

I second that cause usually when you see your sheets its not what you expect or hoped for in numbers. So as long as you like how it performs and what its putting out as far as your liking then its all good. As for me as long as I can burn rubber and screech second gear im good

petes67bird 06-23-2010 10:55 PM

Here ya go, lemme know what you think of the numbers. :thumbup:

http://i416.photobucket.com/albums/p...rd/dyno001.jpg

ChevelleSS 06-24-2010 11:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by petes67bird
Here ya go, lemme know what you think of the numbers. :thumbup:

http://i416.photobucket.com/albums/p...rd/dyno001.jpg

So whats the build?

Plaintoast 06-24-2010 11:31 AM

And why so cold on the water temps?
Most guys want to see them around 190

Tyler007 06-24-2010 01:38 PM

I have a 93 LT1 355 stock heads good sprins cam carb setup in a s10 pushing a ford 9" and 350 tranny. It made 319whp @ 6400 and 420 torque @ 3500 :thumbup: I built it in the back yeard of a condo I was renting :cool:

Fallow the link to see her in action! :mwink:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alp_HmoeqLs

petes67bird 06-24-2010 03:21 PM

Engine Specifications:
* Horsepower: 400+
* Torque: 400+ ft/lbs
* Compression ratio: 9.5:1
* Dyno-tested: Yes, includes balancer and 14" flexplate
* Dyno sheet: Included with engine's output
* Vacuum produced: 12hg @ 800RPM
* Recommended fuel: 92 octane
* Max recommended RPM- 6000
* Block: Seasoned 4-bolt iron
* Crankshaft: Nodular iron
* Pistons: Hypereutectic
* Connecting rods: Powdered metal
* Camshaft- Hydraulic roller
* Valve lift:.520"
* Duration @ .050" (int/exh): 218deg/228deg
* Rocker arms: Stamped steel 1.6:1 ratio
* Cylinder heads: Ported Vortec
* Valves: Stainless steel 2.02 int/1.60 exh
* Valve springs: Heavy duty
* Bore x Stroke: 4.030" x 3.48"
* Intake manifold: Dual-plane aluminum
* Oil pan, timing cover, valve covers included
* Engine fasteners: High tensile strength
* Warranty: 12 mth/12,000 mi
Part # Description Price Add to Cart
CT350PC1 Year One Power Crate 400hp 350 crate engine assembly. $2989.00


*This product is discount exempt.
*This product is shipped truck freight.

Features a 4-bolt main 350 block bored 0.030 over. It produces 12hg inches of vacuum at 800RPM--perfect for power brakes. Each engine is balanced and blueprinted and comes with a 12mth/12,000 mi warranty. It is dyno-tested and supplied with printout of your engine's results.


Like I said in my previous post, this is the Year One Power Crate that is getting some good reviews on the builds. I purchased mine direct from www.dpmpower.us who is the builder of the engines for Year One. Leon, who is the owner, is a top notch guy and is well known for their racing marine engines.

petes67bird 06-24-2010 03:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Plaintoast
And why so cold on the water temps?
Most guys want to see them around 190

Dont know why, I know a 160 thermostat is recommended by Leon.


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