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Old 05-23-2005, 13:01   #1 (permalink)
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p.c dynos help

anybody here running engine anyliser 3? i know some of you use a pc dyno of some sort its got a library of engines/parts but nothing for the clevo and iv not much idea how i add a basic 351c to it
anybody know ?
i need numbers/specs for basic 351c /or 351c +30
2v aus heads
chi heads
afd heads
wiand 2v intake
edel perf intake
once this is entered i can try out different ideas
sorry but as i said im pretty clueless
thanks
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Old 05-23-2005, 15:59   #2 (permalink)
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Re: p.c dynos help

what info are you after?

the info on those alloy heads will be on their respective websites.

What specific info do you need, stroke, bore, rod length, deck height, gasket thickness, head cc, lift, duration, valvesizes, and whatever else.

For 351C, 4.030 bore, 3.5 stroke, 9.2 deck height, 5.7 rod(I think), felpro gasket is .042, thats about all I know. Sorry if you already know this but you didn't say what your after.
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Re: p.c dynos help

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what info are you after?

the info on those alloy heads will be on their respective websites.

What specific info do you need, stroke, bore, rod length, deck height, gasket thickness, head cc, lift, duration, valvesizes, and whatever else.

For 351C, 4.030 bore, 3.5 stroke, 9.2 deck height, 5.7 rod(I think), felpro gasket is .042, thats about all I know. Sorry if you already know this but you didn't say what your after.
no need for apologies ltd im just gratefull for the input
sorry i wasnt clear basicly it wants loads of info but i can prob get an idea with what you sent
but i also need 2v head details i think i just valve sizes and chamber cc,s
may do it il send a link maybe it makes more sense to you its a free trial download anyway tho i have the full version pisses me off why they dont list the 351c tho!
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Re: p.c dynos help

http://www.performancetrends.com/ there you go m8 (or anybody else) hit the download engine anyl pro
speak soon
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Old 05-24-2005, 05:25   #5 (permalink)
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Re: p.c dynos help

whoa dude, thats a cool program, but I have no idea about most of that stuff.

I can't help you at all, tried to enter a setup and got 260HP at 4500rpm when running a turbo, so something was very wrong, way too many variables I think thats best left to the experts.

Try to find something more simple.
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Re: p.c dynos help

[QUOTE=LTD351V2]whoa dude, thats a cool program, but I have no idea about most of that stuff.

I can't help you at all, tried to enter a setup and got 260HP at 4500rpm when running a turbo, so something was very wrong, way too many variables I think thats best left to the experts.

Try to find something more simple.[/QUO

yeah no what you meen but i think it will autmaticly make adjustments if your unsure + its suposed to be pretty acurate, loads of componant choices etc etc but not what i want!
maybe there are easier ones to use guess il just do more searches
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