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Old 09-04-2005, 23:58   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys dynoed my car today at cv performance no tuning just power run, 379hp at the treads, more in it however lost fuel pressure at 6500rpm because of my mech. fuel pump, exhaust is twin 2.5 inch press bend, so its way to small and im still using the steel engine fan, conservatively i feel it has 415hp at the rear, i am also running 1.3.4 inch primary pacemakers so there is probably a bit left in that as well........I very happy, thats with the AFD 4vs.....
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Hey guys dynoed my car today at cv performance no tuning just power run, 379hp at the treads, more in it however lost fuel pressure at 6500rpm because of my mech. fuel pump, exhaust is twin 2.5 inch press bend, so its way to small and im still using the steel engine fan, conservatively i feel it has 415hp at the rear, i am also running 1.3.4 inch primary pacemakers so there is probably a bit left in that as well........I very happy, thats with the AFD 4vs.....
Out of curiosity, what cam are you running?
Sounds like some good numbers.
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Great numbers Jet whats the combo your using? I can see the AFD4v what manifold stick ect ect?
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Old 09-05-2005, 01:55   #4 (permalink)
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TFC inlet standard height, cam is 260 at 50 inl., 268 at 50 exh. bout 0.650 lift at 50, of the top of my head, its a solid......
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There is a restriciton somewhere, that combo should be way over that, hopefully it's only the fuel pump. What compression do you have ?
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There is a restriciton somewhere, that combo should be way over that, hopefully it's only the fuel pump. What compression do you have ?

11.8 to 1, exhaust is a major problem, carline press bent system, im expecting over 400hp after i do my exhaust, dnt forget my fuel system is non existant, that was straight of the street, no re-jetting of the carb nothing not even timing adjustments, on PULP.........
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What AFR reading were you getting on the dyno at 6500?
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Old 09-05-2005, 04:03   #8 (permalink)
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You gotta be happy with that as a start.

What cubes, (stock or stroker)?

What kind of torque curve did the AFD 4Vs give you?

Where is "Concord West"?
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It depends whos dyno you are on too. I wouldn't worry about chassis dynos, and give it the strip dyno.
Either way, very nice results .
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Old 09-05-2005, 04:43   #10 (permalink)
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I would have expected more than that but as you said exhurst and fuel system would have costed you a bucket load .
I would like to see what happens after you change the above .It would be above the 400rwhp .
In saying all that its not bad considering no tune or anything .I would be happy with the result knowing how much improving there is left to go .
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