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Old 06-12-2005, 01:27   #1 (permalink)
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hey fellas,
went to coffs car show and dyno comp yesturday, was a good day with some really nice cars there. I watched the dyno comp through the morning just loving hearing the cars as I havnt been to many comps before.
Well anways i got sucker'd and had to hav a go, wanted to see how it went on a Dyno Dynamics anyways...
first time i was on a another dyno, it was tuned and made 309hp at wheels.
now 5,000kms later and smaller wheels? I am still very happy with my 351c! we worked out last time, its running way too rich on secondarys to comp for my primary having a leak somewhere near its pump, so after the 5k its running pretty shitty, so i was surprised.
ps. hume 650dp :(
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Old 06-12-2005, 03:36   #2 (permalink)
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Re: had a run on a Dyno Dynamics dyno

Nice straigh power line there Pracy.......without any lumps and bumps.

What tyre size & diff gears do you have?

What was your AFR?
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Old 06-12-2005, 04:18   #3 (permalink)
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Nice straigh power line there Pracy.......without any lumps and bumps.

What tyre size & diff gears do you have?

What was your AFR?

I only had 245 on 14's, the diff is a open borg 2.93 i think.
as far as the AFR i wasn't looking, they were keeping a close eye on it though
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I only had 245 on 14's, the diff is a open borg 2.93 i think.
as far as the AFR i wasn't looking, they were keeping a close eye on it though
OK. You're making about 340 ft/lbs rear wheel torque. It's very flat and broad which is good.

I was asking about the AFR because if you're running rich you could lean up a few jet sizes and find some more hp.
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Old 06-12-2005, 06:49   #5 (permalink)
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That's unreal, can I ask what the specs of your motor are?
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Nice result.
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Re: had a run on a Dyno Dynamics dyno

Pracy, are you not using AFD heads ?
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Old 06-12-2005, 18:35   #8 (permalink)
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Re: had a run on a Dyno Dynamics dyno

nah falcon coupe still irons.
specs are;
-blue XB block, 2 bolt.
-351 crank and rods, prep'd
-2v CC ported and flowed to 450hp, 4v exhaust. 3 angle intake, 4 angle exhaust.
-manley 5000's
-crow hyd 211367 226 232 .530" .548" @.050
-crow double springs, all crow new valve train K2104
-rotating assem balanced
-4-1 1 7/8 pacemakers with 2.75 dual into single 3" at back of gearbox.
-22cc dish in pistons, heads shaved 20thou+. clearance fine but still only 9.6:1 approx.
-hume reco 650dp which is ****ed
-redline street torker (port mismatched)
- MSD ign sys, dissy, coil and 6AL.
-yella terra bolt on rollers
-LV oil pump and stnd sump, got new sump ready to go on next lift. stnd fine atm though. stnd oil sys.
-4 spd borg and borg 2.93 open. both ready to go, been trying to look after em so I can go intake and carb first. :). coil 9" disc-disc 3.5 and manual'd c4 on list

thats all I can think of really, havn't done that in a while. :)
I think I have a couple for hp's to come with a tune, new BG carb and hopefully TP intake soon. Not sure if it will get another read out though, didn't build it to dyno or anything.
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That's a great result, especially for a dodgy 650dp.
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Re: had a run on a Dyno Dynamics dyno

Yeah, not too shabby. Nice flat torque curve and smooth power curve.

All from a mild cam - that must be a very streetable ride.

You will have to spend a shit load from here on to get any noticeable gains. The increases won't be pro-rata with the decrease in the folding stuff

But we know you'll spend it anyway!!!
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