1st run up was 202rwkw @ 3/4 throttle. They idled it down, adjusted the timing, then did a 1st full run of 265rwkw (untuned). Tune was basically jets and timing. It needed less timing that a cast headed engine does
Next upgrades are:
a)Sort the tank issue (should be simple enough),
b)Bolt a CHI manifold on,
c)Might play with the exhaust system just to see if it'll go over 300rwkw. 1st I'll try straight through mufflers and then I'll try a twin 3" system with an X pipe.
Both of the above (a) and (b) should get it to the 300rwkw mark. (c) is just bonus points
Then it's all done for the 351 and onto the 408. All I want from the 351 is 300rwkw daily driven. January next year will be more than likely when I'll do the last mods then continue heading to the strip to better my times. I should have enough their to get into the 11 sec bracket hopefully? Hopefully it does what it's supposed to
I drove it home it feels strong. As it felt very flat on Saturday @ Hallam Performance. I had a few issues to sort before I could put it on the rollers. I went through 3 dizzies and 1 universal joint.
I'm ithcing to get to the strip now and do the final touches. As it sits now will be how it'll be running @ Heathcote on the 20th Nov.
Max power was made @ 6600rpm. I'll be definately using Hallam Performance for more fine tuning as they always go to extra lengths to get you as much as possible.