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Old 02-06-2005, 04:29   #1 (permalink)
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Power Output

Hey guys just want to know what sought of power i will be looking at with this combination
351, arp rod bolts, balanced bottom end,
sterling hypatec flat tops,
decked to ten thou,
2v closed chamber heads,
crow cam 211367,
standard manifold,
650dp
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Old 02-06-2005, 04:40   #2 (permalink)
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what are the specs on the crow cam?
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Old 02-06-2005, 05:27   #3 (permalink)
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Hey guys just want to know what sought of power i will be looking at with this combination
351, arp rod bolts, balanced bottom end,
sterling hypatec flat tops,
decked to ten thou,
2v closed chamber heads,
crow cam 211367,
standard manifold,
650dp
If all goes well, i estimate 290 hp (or at the wheels 210hp/157kw)
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Old 02-06-2005, 05:47   #5 (permalink)
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what else would i need to do to edge morre towards 200 rwkw
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what else would i need to do to edge morre towards 200 rwkw
You havn't really mentioned a few other important things, but you'll need more cam a decent manifold and performance extractors and exaust system. With all this, a good fuel supply & ignition and you should make it.
(you will need better than standard valvetrain)
My last dyno was 208rwkw, with alloy heads, solid cam, 750 dp ect.
Still, should be more very shortly.
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i got my engine built at warlord drag engines.(in croydon)
this guy is ****ing excellent he cost abit more but he gets it right on the dot
he sit downs with u asks everything about ur car diff wheel size and what trans etc
i asked me for an engine with 500hp at the rears and his built me a clevland with 502hps at the rears how close is that. the guy is old and cost alot of money but well worth it. my Xy will fly as soo as i get the body work done
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Go the Crow 21626 solid cam, single plane manifold, 650-750dp, tri-ys to dual 2 1/2 exhaust, everything else stock!
That got me 210rwkw
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Old 02-06-2005, 18:19   #9 (permalink)
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hey guys i already have this cam at work so im sought of going to stick with it for a bit and i have only had my licence or about 2 months so thought i better not go too big because i goto start somewhere. this is going to go into an xd backed with a c10 with 2800stally and a b/w lsd that has the wrong gears in it to be much use at the mom my exhaust consists of tri-y extractors and single 2 1/4 at the moment but will change too twin 2 1/2 when engine is in other work done to the engine is a clean up of the heads at the moment standard rockers double valve springs and h/d lifters
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with regards to what crow says about its notes "Machining required to fit these components" what machining does it refer to?
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