Re: Dyno jet results with new trick flow heads!
i wont go as far to say you b-cam is bad. but it's making power where ford designed it. alot of us pushrod guys refer to a b-cam as an r.v. (recreational vehicle) cam. for lower rpm torque and hp. going with a higher lift cam isnt gonna necessaily gaurentee you more h.p. (maybe a lil), but mostly likely move your peak hp level a bit higher in the rpm range.
like spactor said, it could be the dyno. 5 different dyno facilties could yield you 5 different dyno results. but also know, that most of the aftermarket companies quote their h/c/i packages h.p. rating from the crank, not rwhp. and no one engine is alike, which means they all react slightly different to mods. you can have to identical motors and they put out slightly differnt h.p.
perhaps your issue is in carb size.....
sprint cars and nascar trucks use the identical engines. a cup car has approx 850hp... and a truck has approx. 650hp. the only real difference between the two powerplants is carb size.
im not a carb motor expert. im sorry i cant be more helpful.
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