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09-18-2008 10:10 AM
jarrettandroski oh alright yea they talked me into getting scat forged rods and hypertectic pistons so i mine as well i thought
09-18-2008 03:25 AM
spitnl With 8Hg you probably won't be able to run a brake booster.
Make sure the rest of the engine is up to making 500 hp reliably
09-17-2008 09:55 AM
jarrettandroski is 8 hg of vacuum at idle to low i want lumpy to rough idle but i want to have it idle on its own still?? im checking out some more extreme cams that are giving me close to 500 hp mark around 6000 rpms
09-17-2008 09:11 AM
jarrettandroski yea last night when i was playing around with it i clicked the afr 195 street eliminator and was wondering why my dynos were alot lower then ones on the sight and from other people but then i seen the heads on the demo were from 2003 information and i updated the head flow data and it is working just as it should i believe.
09-17-2008 05:26 AM
spitnl Jarret, I could if you want, e-mail you the analyzer file I used so you can experiment from there.

what do you mean by this:
"oh i c everything is from 2003 on there and the heads flow way better since then"
Your AFR heads?

By the way you can choose how much rpm points you want calculated and at what interval.
Are you using a cilinder head flow table?
09-16-2008 08:10 PM
jarrettandroski oh i c everything is from 2003 on there and the heads flow way better since then
09-16-2008 08:08 PM
jarrettandroski yea i already got tickets in this trans am with its stupid 305 i am using that engine analyzer pro demo it seems that everything peaks horsepower at 5200rpm and there all right below 400 hp with any cam i pick its a little strange
09-16-2008 04:45 PM
Stroke Dig that! ^^^

Jarret, one more thing, pay attention and learn to like the math world.
09-16-2008 04:43 PM
techinspector1
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stroke
All you're gonna do is get tickets and buy tires.
Same scene, different generation.
09-16-2008 04:28 PM
Stroke All you're gonna do is get tickets and buy tires.
09-16-2008 03:56 PM
techinspector1
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Originally Posted by jarrettandroski
oh ok so engine analyzer is the way to go well if they have a free demo i will probabaly just use that for now as i was going to try a few crane saturday night special cams and some lunati voodoo cams thanks for all the help to everyone its my first engine im building and im just 18 working 2 jobs so i can afford to do it and i just want to do it right the first time cause i wont have enough to change it all again for a while
Sensible thinking young man. You'll do fine.
09-16-2008 03:45 PM
jarrettandroski oh ok so engine analyzer is the way to go well if they have a free demo i will probabaly just use that for now as i was going to try a few crane saturday night special cams and some lunati voodoo cams thanks for all the help to everyone its my first engine im building and im just 18 working 2 jobs so i can afford to do it and i just want to do it right the first time cause i wont have enough to change it all again for a while
09-16-2008 03:17 PM
spitnl Yep I used engine analyzer pro.
Sorry SBCfan04 I thought you were talking about desktop dyno specifically.

You can download a demo here for both the normal and pro version of engine analyzer.
http://www.performancetrends.com/download.htm#eapro
The demo's work for 10 days.

I have also used camquest and desktop dyno, but I think engine analyzer pro is alot better.
No experience with dynosim.
Just my 2Cents.
09-16-2008 02:56 PM
techinspector1
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Originally Posted by PatM
Jarrett
Just a note. I think that he used a program called Engine Analyzer Pro. This is from Performance Trends. They have a "light" version for considerably less money, called simply Engine Analyzer. Desktop Dyno is an entirely different (and dare I say, IMHO less effective) program. I am not familiar with DynoSim advanced, as mentioned by TechInspector.

Pat
Hi Pat, here's the rundown on DynoSim products. The one I bought is the fourth column from the left, headed up DynoSim Pro Tools....
http://www.proracingsim.com/enginesimfeaturetable.htm
09-16-2008 02:46 PM
PatM Jarrett
Just a note. I think that he used a program called Engine Analyzer Pro. This is from Performance Trends. They have a "light" version for considerably less money, called simply Engine Analyzer. Desktop Dyno is an entirely different (and dare I say, IMHO less effective) program. I am not familiar with DynoSim advanced, as mentioned by TechInspector.

Pat
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