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This is impressive!!
#1
This is pretty impressive.. I can only hope to put down these numbers. http://www.tamparacing.com/forums/showth...p?t=225953



4 things come to mind:

1) 42 more cubic inches
2) 91mm turbo vs 88mm
3) Solid roller motor vs hyd motor
4) 6 speed vs auto
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#2
I love notchbacks.

Tampa racing is a good site, kind of reminds me of what SRO should've become. Lucky for me it's also local.
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#3
Nice. Does it matter which gear you use on a dyno pull?
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#4
that powerband kind of sucks
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#5
01Dakota Wrote:Nice. Does it matter which gear you use on a dyno pull?
i was wondering that too, last time i had my volvo dynoed the operator went through 1st and 2nd easy then hit it in third.
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#6
you're suppose to use the gear with a 1:1 ratio. usually 4th
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#7
HungryHippo Wrote:that powerband kind of sucks


That's why I am building a solid roller.. Should have no issues spinning to 8k.. Turbo probably wont hit full spool until 4,500 or so, but that will leave me 3,500 useable rpm.


Speaking of which.. I think someone shrunk my Summit Confusedad4:


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#8
is that a holset?
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#9
:eek:
his power peeks at only 5800 though. i think your extra cubic inches should help a lot
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#10
I bet his is getting choked somewhere in the intake track and being a hyd cam he isn't able to rev it. I bet if he got a good single plane intake and switched to a solid roller that thing would make power to 7k+
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