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Old 06-01-2014, 03:34 PM   #1
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Finally got a dyno in my area.


I was hoping for a little bit more HP, the torque impressed a few of the guys there though.
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110 max HP @4300, 210 tq @2000....


That seems way, way, way off. I'm not doubting the torque but the hp...

Me thinks there was either an error getting RPM or the dyno is not properly calibrated. A stock Dodge Neon would have made more hp. Post up the graph if you can.

Still .. going of that torque number, I bet that could be a fun car.
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Here it is.
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That car can't breathe.

Open up the intake, cam it and full exhaust and you should get some pretty good numbers.

You have any A/F readings?
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It runs a little lean, I'm saving up cash for a split port conversion+windstar, already have a set of heads. I'll probably get them ported, might do it myself I have some ****ty 5.0 f150 heads I could practice on.
Also some other things, I've been looking into, but I want to convert to splitport first.

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I am trying to figure out how you got it to run without a tune. My only guess is you used the original 3.8 cam.
I can give you SSMS port pictures but it is impossible to beat cnc heads. A flow bench is your only chance of getting close.
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The 4.2 cam runs okay without a tune.

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---------- Post added at 08:54 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:53 PM ----------

Started up first try when we built it.

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Stock cams are small and not a huge difference between them. Remember single ports are rated at 145BHP which is about 119rwhp, the dyno isn't much off from where it should be which can be caused by weather as well, I was down 20hp on a humid A$$ day..
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