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Old 12-12-2013, 12:25 PM   #1
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What kind of Dyno numbers should I expect?

Hey guy I'm new to this forum so I need some help on what to expect out of my build that I had put together. It's a stock block 302 170 trickflow twisded wedge track heat heads compression should be between 9.7.1 to 10.1 from what the trickflow rep told me heads are gasket matched to a ported/gasket matched gt40 intake. I also have 1087 cam specs (.510 .534 lift) 289-299 duration 1.6 trickflow rockers 70mm throttle body and a 75mm proM mass air meter I just installed the cold air intake and 34lb injectors under drive pullies and deleted the smog pump. The car also has shorty race headers off road X and pypes violator mufflers. What do you guys think it would make? Im hoping it would make 305rwhp 330rwtq.... O yea....its a 95 mustang gt be the way...
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Nobody knows because thats a ton of cam. Youll have no problem seeing 300 horse. Should make like 375. And near that in torque
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I'm guessing about 320 to 330.let us know.and let's hear that cam work
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I'm guessing about 320 to 330.let us know.and let's hear that cam work
and just curious why you didn't go with tf intake?
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I thought about using the tfs intake or holley systemax, but I already had the ported gt40 intake from my last set up so thats why decided to use the gt40... Besides I think that the gt40 will make a ton of toque.. The cam you asked about earlier is the old school wolverine 1087.. Comp cam is making it now... Look on Holcombe Motorsport website you will find it their..

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Can somebody give a guess what the car will run in the 1/4.... It has 90/10's struts up front 50/50's in the rear and eibach drag launch kit..
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1/4 mile has a lot to do with the suspension and how well of a driver you are. A great driver could see 11s if it makes 310/335 like I think it will. If you've never been to the track prepare to get beat by a lot of things you think you shouldn't lose to until you learn to drive.
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Ok thanks guy for the info... I will keep you guys posted on dyno numbers and videos..
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I made 301/325 on a set of Edels/ported Cobra/ XE112HR cam and a set of dicked up injectors so you should make at least that. I still think 310/335 and potential of 11s.
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Ok thanks for the info.. Sound like a pretty good build do you have any track times yet..
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Ok... I will get it tuned and see what she makes... I will have some track times when the track opens back up.... Hey guys I'm thinking about putting a nitrous kit on it.... How big off a shot will I need... 100 shot, 125 shot or 150 shot.....
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Ok... I will get it tuned and see what she makes... I will have some track times when the track opens back up.... Hey guys I'm thinking about putting a nitrous kit on it.... How big off a shot will I need... 100 shot, 125 shot or 150 shot.....
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Stock bottom end? Redone stock bottom end? Also how often you plan on spraying? The more nitrous you use longevity comes into play.
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Stock bottom was redone 2 years ago... Thinking about spraying whenever I go to the track.. Maybe 2 to 3 time a month.. 100 shot or 125 shot.. Don't matter whatever shot will put me in the 11's....
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125 done correctly should be fine.
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You think with that 125 shot the motor, it will still have good longevity?
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You think with that 125 shot the motor, it will still have good longevity?
Longevity and nitrous don't necessarily go together. If you get a good tune then it is just as safe as boost. Now nitrous is alot harder on internals.
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So...For Longevity.. The best thing to do is.... Get a on3 performance turbo kit and 10-12 pounds of boost..
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So...For Longevity.. The best thing to do is.... Get a on3 performance turbo kit and 10-12 pounds of boost..
If thats what you want. That should get you close to 4 im sure.

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Now if you go turbo you might want to take out the cam. Turbos do not like big cams. Unless its a cam grind for a turbo. Yiu would probably make more power with a stock cam with the turbo
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For longevity you leave it NA honestly. Or get a purpose built motor. The stock shortblock can last for a good while with a power adder, but if you are beating on it routinely don't expect a 150k mile runner.

A good NA 408 will probably do 80-100k miles no problem and put 500/500 down to the tires all day.
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Longevity and nitrous don't necessarily go together. If you get a good tune then it is just as safe as boost. Now nitrous is alot harder on internals.
They do go together WHEN done correctly. This is one of times that you can't skimp out. Like you said it's all in the tune
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They do go together WHEN done correctly. This is one of times that you can't skimp out. Like you said it's all in the tune
Trust me bud I know nitrous
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Didn't say you didn't. When I say longevity I don't mean hundreds of thousands of miles. But to basically say if you put nitrous on your motor it isn't gonna last. C'mon really. There's plenty of people who do it. It's a 125 shot.
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Didn't say you didn't. When I say longevity I don't mean hundreds of thousands of miles. But to basically say if you put nitrous on your motor it isn't gonna last. C'mon really. There's plenty of people who do it. It's a 125 shot.
Yes I I have a 300 shot
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Edelbrock heads intake and cam. Only 300hp 325tq. I think you can squeeze more out of that.
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Edelbrock heads intake and cam. Only 300hp 325tq. I think you can squeeze more out of that.
That's pretty much normal for the eddys although you failed to mention WHICH eddy heads, WHICH intake and what the cam specs are. Also the rest of the supporting cast and who tuned it.
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Hey finally got it together.. You said you wanted to hear dat cam work well check out this video...... SN95 HCI - YouTube
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I'm guessing about 320 to 330.let us know.and let's hear that cam work
Finally got it together.. You said you wanted to her dat cam work so check out this video..... SN95 HCI - YouTube
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Nice.i love the way a cam make a car bump.instant chubby
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You make me wish I bought a bigger cam 😤
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Thanks guys... I will be posting more videos in the day time hopefully the quality will be a little better.. Whenever I get the car dyno and tuned I will be posting the video along with track times.. Once again thanks for all the help...
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Car sounds great man. I do think your injectors are to big. They may be fine with a big shot of nitrous or boost but without it they are to much. 24# would have been plenty for your current set up. Also, if your wanting boost you will need to bring the compression down some or not run much boost at all, which would kind of defeat the purpose.
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You really think my injectors are to big... I tried 24's but the car ran and sounded a little lazy.. I figured it was the injectors so I put 34's in the car and its been nasty since I changed the injectors.
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Go 30lb injectors
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Old 02-15-2014, 05:53 PM   #34
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Well mine is a 94 with stock block, bored .40 over, edelbrock rpm heads and intake, tfs stage 1 can with 1.7 rrs, full off-road exhaust and I dynoed at 310/328 to the wheels
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Hey guys got a ok deal on a procharger it's a d1sc the whole kit for 3,000. Do you guys think I should go for it and how much boost do you think I need to make 450-500 to the tires..
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