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How much power.... comments...

Post by redliner » Wed Apr 26, 2017 11:53 am

Here is the sbc I have in the making.... I wondered how much steam it should make.... any comments are welcome.... Dart SHP block 4.125 bore,fully studded, .904 lifter bore,Callies Magnum 3.875,Callies Ultra XD 6" rods, Speier V2.50PF 227 cc, 2.53 AVG. CSA, 2.1/1.6, 314 @ .600, 323 @ .700,1.7 T&D rocker shaft, Jones solid roller 1.020" B.C., 110 L/C, I. C. 106, E.C. 114, in op 26,cl 56, x op 68, cl 20. .421in./ .412ex. .699/.680. Super Vic II, 950 Race Demon. These are the basics for the engine for my 42Stude. Behind this motor slated for my 3200lbs. coupe is a Liberty faceplated TKO 600, 57 Olds 4.88s, 29x13 Goodyear slicks. Think it will run low 10s? Best et with worn out 383/ mis-matched combo is 1.46, 10.75@125

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Post by cgarb » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:03 pm

If it wouldn't run low 10's you have something seriously wrong or you live in Denver.

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Post by Carnut1 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:14 pm

Quick look I am thinkin 700hp.
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Post by redliner » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:29 pm

redliner wrote:Here is the sbc I have in the making.... I wondered how much steam it should make.... any comments are welcome.... Dart SHP block 4.125 bore,fully studded, .904 lifter bore,Callies Magnum 3.875,Callies Ultra XD 6" rods, Speier V2.50PF 227 cc, 2.53 AVG. CSA, 2.1/1.6, 314 @ .600, 323 @ .700,1.7 T&D rocker shaft, Jones solid roller 1.020" B.C., 110 L/C, I. C. 106, E.C. 114, in op 26,cl 56, x op 68, cl 20. .421in./ .412ex. .699/.680. Super Vic II, 950 Race Demon. These are the basics for the engine for my 42Stude. Behind this motor slated for my 3200lbs. coupe is a Liberty faceplated TKO 600, 57 Olds 4.88s, 29x13 Goodyear slicks. Think it will run low 10s? Best et with worn out 383/ mis-matched combo is 1.46, 10.75@125
I forgot to mention, the compression will be 11.5-1

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Post by redliner » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:31 pm

Carnut1 wrote:Quick look I am thinkin 700hp.
WOW!!!!
I forgot to mention only 11.5-1 compression....

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Post by redliner » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:31 pm

cgarb wrote:If it wouldn't run low 10's you have something seriously wrong or you live in Denver.
The car is only legal to 10.01

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Post by 77cruiser » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:38 pm

redliner wrote:
cgarb wrote:If it wouldn't run low 10's you have something seriously wrong or you live in Denver.
The car is only legal to 10.01
You're gonna get the boot then when you get it tuned up.
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Post by redliner » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:42 pm

77cruiser wrote:
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cgarb wrote:If it wouldn't run low 10's you have something seriously wrong or you live in Denver.
The car is only legal to 10.01
You're gonna get the boot then when you get it tuned up.
BWAAAHAAHAAA!!!! I am rowin a 4-speed ya know..... Cool.... I would love to dip heavily in the 9s with my street car!!!! That would incite me to recage it....

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Post by Carnut1 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:57 pm

I really like the combo, I could not find the mcsa of that intake today. I know it is a pretty big intake and should feed those heads well. I would probably use a bit bigger carb. Where you able to flow the heads, intake, carb and air cleaner together? Thanks, Charlie
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Post by cgarb » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:01 pm

I don't think it will make 700, maybe I'm wrong but even if it's just in the 600's it should go sub 10's if you can row gears good enough. My 377 only calculates to the 560/570 hp area but is enough to run 10.20's at 3100lbs.

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Post by redliner » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:03 pm

Carnut1 wrote:I really like the combo, I could not find the mcsa of that intake today. I know it is a pretty big intake and should feed those heads well. I would probably use a bit bigger carb. Where you able to flow the heads, intake, carb and air cleaner together? Thanks, Charlie
The flow numbers are off of Speier site, head numbers only.

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Post by redliner » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:05 pm

cgarb wrote:I don't think it will make 700, maybe I'm wrong but even if it's just in the 600's it should go sub 10's if you can row gears good enough. My 377 only calculates to the 560/570 hp area but is enough to run 10.20's at 3100lbs.
Yes I have some wheelstand to take out with the 4 link. I think 10.0 is fairly obtainable... now I am concerned with busting my trans.....

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Post by Carnut1 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:11 pm

redliner wrote:
Carnut1 wrote:I really like the combo, I could not find the mcsa of that intake today. I know it is a pretty big intake and should feed those heads well. I would probably use a bit bigger carb. Where you able to flow the heads, intake, carb and air cleaner together? Thanks, Charlie
The flow numbers are off of Speier site, head numbers only.
20160224_142554.jpg
Bolting the whole intake system on the bench is a pain but very informative!
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Post by redliner » Wed Apr 26, 2017 9:17 pm

Carnut1 wrote:
redliner wrote:
Carnut1 wrote:I really like the combo, I could not find the mcsa of that intake today. I know it is a pretty big intake and should feed those heads well. I would probably use a bit bigger carb. Where you able to flow the heads, intake, carb and air cleaner together? Thanks, Charlie
The flow numbers are off of Speier site, head numbers only.
20160224_142554.jpg
Bolting the whole intake system on the bench is a pain but very informative!
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Post by CamKing » Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:51 am

630-650hp @7,000rpm
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