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10-08-2012 03:27 PM
Fang16 Damn! Talk bout pullin' a mountain. They say torque wins races. lol
10-07-2012 05:23 PM
327NUT I know this is an old thread but here's mine from a couple of weeks ago. 507" Cadillac with some nice goodies inside. As you can see from the second chart it makes GOBS of torque right from the get go. Nice thing is it's only 8.7:1 compression and will run on 87 octane if needed, we ran 89 during the dyno pulls. The top red line is the torque.
10-07-2012 01:19 PM
Madmax305 Forgot to mention: 2003 Mach-1, built more for roadracing...

LIVERNOIS 5.0 STROKER
PORT/POLISH-FRPP HEADS/ RACING CAMS
KB 2.8 15LBS 570RWHP 550RWTQ (SAE) STREET TUNE PUMP GAS
LDC COOLING MOD, DAVIS WP, 8-RIB BELT
TKO 600 .82OD
3.55 GEARS
EATON POSI/31 SPLINE AXLES
COBRA TANK/PUMPS, SCT-2800 MAF, BAP
60LB INJ, FORE FUEL RAILS, -8AN FUEL LINE
BASSANI HEADERS/X-PIPE
CANTON 8QT PAN
MAXIMUM MOTORSPORT TUBULAR K-MEMBER/PANHARD BAR/TORQUE ARM
ALUMINUM D.S./FLYWHEEL
BILSTEIN SPORT VALVE COILOVERS ON ALL CORNERS
3400 LBS
4-PISTON BREMBO CALIPERS/ROTORS
18X9/18X10 CHROME BULLITS/NITTO DR'S
2001 COBRA FRONT COVER
RET Tune
10-06-2012 04:01 PM
Madmax305 Here's mine: Ford 302 forged small block, KB 2.8 blower, 15lbs boost on 91 craptane.
10-06-2012 02:05 PM
Fang16
forgot to mention

Converter Stall is 3500 with 700r4 n 390 gears. Spend a lot of time on the streets as well as 85 n 120 mile "one way" trips to local drag strips. Always seems fine on the street, traffic an all. It is fun on the track. Back to back 12.4's @ 107 but only 9th run on car and 9th run after a 47 year absence from racing. Car weight is 3257 lbs.
10-06-2012 01:08 PM
toddalin
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Originally Posted by Fang16 View Post
Had my 355 dyno-ed. Sheets looks weird to me. Comments please. 355, 2 holly 465's n tunnel ram, 11:1, big comp cam, roller rockers, 1 5/8 gasser headers, double hump heads, etc.
Looks weird because they didn't start the run at a low enough RPM to see the torque/power build up. Or maybe there just is no lower torque due to the set-up. The power band certainly has reasonable width and is not peaky. It looks like fun on the track, but not much fun on the street as it looks like an "all or nothing" sort of proposition.

You also appear to be very lean in the lower RPM area, dangerously so if you spend any time there.
10-06-2012 12:53 PM
toddalin




1964 Corvette Coupe
331 CI, pump-friendly 9.5:1 CR
K&N 14"x4" air filter, Corvette drop base and lid
Holley 600 dp, choke horn milled and blended, Primary - 69, Secondary 74, Squirters - 21
1/2" Aluminum open spacer port matched to manifold, exterior polished
Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold, port matched, exterior polished with all extraneous castings and lettering removed
Homemade lifter valley splash shield to keep hot oil off manifold bottom
Manifold heat riser crossover blocked
Camel hump 1.94/1.50 heads hogged out to 2.02/1.60, pocket ported, port matched, pump-friendly hardened seats, 3-angle valve job
Cylinder bores clearanced to unshroud the valves
Comp Cams 1.52:1 roller-tip rockers
Crane Cam Vintage Muscle 327/350 hp cam, 222 degrees @ 0.05, 0.447" lift (with 1.50 rockers)
Doug Thorley headers, dechromed and ceramic-coated
2.5" mandral-bent exhaust (including tips), 2" cross-over just before rear axle
DynoMax stainless Ultra Flow mufflers
Millerspeed 1-1/2 Gilmer under drive belt drive system
Mallory Hyfire IV CD ignition box triggered off Accel points
Mallory high voltage chrome coil
Mallory spiral-wound coil wire
Mallory solid copper plug wires, ends soldered to wires
Champion plugs
37 degrees total ignition advance
Carter high volume fuel pump
Melling high volume oil pump
Open breathers
Polished aluminum high flow water pump
160-degree thermostat
Flex fan with polished aluminum spacer
Polished aluminum one-wire 100 amp alternator
Header Power Bracket
Keisler TKO600 5-Speed
Hurst shifter
3.70:1 positraction with Big Block yokes
225/60/15 Firestone Firehawk SZ50s on 7-wide Western 30-spoke Turbine Wheels
10-06-2012 12:17 PM
Fang16
weird dyno sheet

Had my 355 dyno-ed. Sheets looks weird to me. Comments please. 355, 2 holly 465's n tunnel ram, 11:1, big comp cam, roller rockers, 1 5/8 gasser headers, double hump heads, etc.
06-24-2010 04:48 PM
petes67bird Yea I noticed too at first, but didnt really think about it too much. I was still basking in the glory of a new engine in my garage. I sat with it all night just hoping for the weekend to come so I can get a chance to drop it in and hear it. It has been a long 9 year road to finish the camaro, and the day is finally drawing near. Cannot wait, I am hoping to have a recording of my first start of the engine up on youtube, that is if I remember to record it. I always plan to take pictures as well, and then forget and regret it later. Anyways if I do get a video, I will be sure to post it on here as well.

I already have the block painted with VHT Chevy Orange, cannot wait.
06-24-2010 04:27 PM
Plaintoast
Quote:
Originally Posted by petes67bird
Dont know why, I know a 160 thermostat is recommended by Leon.
No big deal, just struck me as strange. I wouldn't think your oil was fully up to temp, I know I don't do a pull until it's in the 185 range. You can see from the numbers it started warming up pretty quickly once the pull started.
06-24-2010 04:22 PM
petes67bird
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.
06-24-2010 04:21 PM
petes67bird 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.
06-24-2010 02:38 PM
Tyler007 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 I built it in the back yeard of a condo I was renting

Fallow the link to see her in action!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alp_HmoeqLs
06-24-2010 12:31 PM
Plaintoast And why so cold on the water temps?
Most guys want to see them around 190
06-24-2010 12:07 PM
ChevelleSS
Quote:
Originally Posted by petes67bird
Here ya go, lemme know what you think of the numbers.

So whats the build?
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