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Old 09-04-2005, 03:39 PM
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Originally Posted by sb72elcamino350
Its a summit camshaft too. I got it to run on pump gas somehow, it stays super cool, does not get past 150-160 range. I would think it would beable to run in the 14's even here at IMSP in Montana, with a adjusted altitude of like 7000-8000 feet.
That explains pump gas/compression. At 8000 ft density altitude you only have 75 % sea level power available. (I am a pilot, check the density charts) That's about 8.5 compression at your altitude. That low of effective static compression and that hot of cam, your dynamic compression is so probably will never have any low speed power..... If you can run 14s, that is pretty good at 75 % power. Consider Nitrous.
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