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pics from the dyno room
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Here are a few pics of my Cleavland on the dyno.We had some problems at first because the rev limiter in the distributor was set at 5500 rpm.We fell a little short of our goal of around 425 or 450hp .We got around 389 but we are not done tinkering with it. With a spacer and some jetting I'm sure we could pass 400 hp.the intake manifold seems to be holding us back. I think I will get the edelbrock air gap intake.


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#2
Awesome!

I like Edelbrock's products!
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the reason I wanted the stock intake was to keep the ram air functional.But I guess that is out of the question now.{ What will it be Sir. Ram Air or Horse power? Horse Power please. Thank you lolTongue }
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HaHaHa

Thanks for the laugh. Yep, I'll choose horsepower every time.

BTW, looks like you got a haircut since the Pictures thread was posted. Smile

Doc the smartass
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#5
Looking REAL good!

I know you are looking forward to getting it installed.

BT
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(08-08-2010, 08:31 AM)73vertproject Wrote: HaHaHa

Thanks for the laugh. Yep, I'll choose horsepower every time.

BTW, looks like you got a haircut since the Pictures thread was posted. Smile

Doc the smartass

yeah that is Ed he does all the dynoing at D&D's great guy .He will do all he can to get the most out of this little beast
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You can get serious hp from a stock intake. I have a stock (70) intake with massaged 70 CC heads and my engine dyno'd at 532 HP and 510 ft/tq. I probably picked up alot of hp due to the hydr roller cam and 408 stroker kit.

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#8
yeah the stroker kit would of helped but I am somewhat on a budget hahaha
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So the air gap has been ordered
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#10
Thats a good base to work with. I cant wait to see your numbers after the air gap install. Better flow, cooler runners should help bump you up a bit.

Cory
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