|01-06-2014 11:47 PM|
hi every one , have changed plans and now fitting to a ea falcon , now look at what size wheels to run with. This is what I was thinking , 265/60/14 rear and 225/60/14 front and 3.45:1 diff ratio with 2500rpm still convertor in a 350 turbo trans. what do u guys think.
|08-21-2013 11:13 PM|
|vinniekq2||I would love to see a video of w/e the vehicle that gets that engine. With a well matched drive train Im sure it will be fun|
|08-21-2013 10:54 PM|
|08-14-2013 08:27 PM|
|vinniekq2||drop the engine in the car and lets road test the beast? I hate wrong information or worse,misrepresentation! The parts are in the engine,,,,How did it sound?|
|08-14-2013 04:46 PM|
|bjautos7||have asked around and from what i can tell , not many people had any thing nice to say about them. one even say that they try to break the engine on the dyno so they can fix it. i did ask when was the last time they calibrate it and the answer i got was never. i should have known better but was to egger to put on the dyno.|
|08-14-2013 08:02 AM|
you have way too much manifold vacuum through your pull too, with your carb wide open the vacuum should increase with rpm, not go down, and the most you're going to see on an engine like yours is 2-3" at peak power at WOT, if that much.
Sounds like this shop bought a used dyno and didn't want to bother learning how to use it, or calibrate it.
Also, sounds like the sold you a line of bull **** on the tune if they said 76 and you're pulling 73's out.
Your fuel consumption is WAY off, like not even close.
Your power was still rising when they shut it off, they should have at least taken it to 6,000 rpm, maybe a little more if you were comfortable with it. The reason your peak looks low is because you never hit your peak, its past 5500 rpm.
|08-14-2013 02:06 AM|
|bjautos7||no other pages ,they wrote on the first page 13 idle and 11.80-12.00 which must be air flow ratio. they also put 76/83 jets and timing @ 32. I removed rocker covers and found I had to re-adjust the roller rocker as 3 of them was loose. I also strip down the carb to clean an it had 73 / 83 jets not 76 in the front bowl as stated.|
|08-14-2013 01:09 AM|
|cobalt327||On the second page, along about 4200 rpm (just below the torque peak) the bsfc numbers begin to look 'meaningful'. bjautos7 said the air/fuel ratio was 13:1 @ idle and 11.8:1 @ wot, so maybe there's another page showing the a/f ratios.|
|08-14-2013 12:33 AM|
|vinniekq2||no sfc and no AF ratios?not right!|
|08-13-2013 06:11 PM|
ok this what they give me , have alook over it and see what you think.
|08-08-2013 08:04 AM|
|rjpark36||Did you get a chart of RPM/HP/Torque from the shop? I'm curious about the curves, and how you mentioned the HP fell off drastically after about 5000 RPM. I'm just getting started with a similar build, and these numbers are about what I'm shooting for, maybe a bit more. Interesting reading, and lots of good info in this thread!|
|08-07-2013 07:34 AM|
|08-07-2013 05:58 AM|
|vinniekq2||also I just went back and noticed the hp is lower than the torque at 5500 rpm?tuning is still off or the HP graph just fell on its face at 5k?|
|08-07-2013 05:51 AM|
sfc= specific fuel consumption
this is how many pounds of fuel per h.p. produced,example, .40
this means that every hp produced will use .4 pounds of fuel per hour. So if you were making 100 hp,your engine would burn 40 pound of fuel(about 7 gallons per hour)while making 100 horse power.
This number I check to make sure its not too high(indicates problems)
you W.O.T. mixture of 11.8:1 is too rich (except for maybe a blower)
Doesnt look like you got a dyno tune so much as a dyno test
|08-07-2013 01:51 AM|
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