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Old December 22nd, 2012, 12:51 PM   #1
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Default Desktop dyno? Does anyone have and want to run some numbers?

I'm trying to find someone who has desktop dyno and may want to possibly run my set-up i'm currently building. I'm just trying to get an idea of what I'm going to have. If you do thanks it's greatly appreciated.

Motor work and parts:
350 1 pc rear main
-bored .030 over
-pistons are a 10cc dish
-cam specs comp cams:
#12-242-2
RPM Range:1600-5800
Valve Lash: Hydraulic
Valve Timing: 0.006
Advertised Duration : Intake 268 Exhaust 280
Duration @ .050" lift : Intake - 224 / Exhaust - 230
Lobe Separation: 110*
Intake Centerline: 106*
Valve Lift: Int - 0.477 / Exh - 0.480
Lobe Lift: Int - 0.318 / Exh - 0.320
Valve Timing @ 0.006 Lift: Exhaust closes 27 ATDC / opens 72 BBDC
Intake opens 26 BTDC / closes 61 ABDC
-heads are stock Vortec 906 heads 64cc with comp 981-16 springs
-Intake weiand stealth #8151
-Carb is edelbrock 1406 600cfm
-using a alstar H.E.I. distributor (idk if that matters)
-running 1-5/8" shorty headers with 2-1/2" free-flowing exhaust

Let me know if i'm missing anything and what you come up with if you run this. I really would appreciate it and maybe a little input on the carb bc i almost bought the 650cfm and may return it and get the 650 if i'm better off. This is going to be used for low-mid range power is my goal.
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Old December 22nd, 2012, 08:34 PM   #2
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414 ft lbs @ 4000 rpms
367hp @ 5000 rpms

dual plane edelbrock performer gets you
428 ft @ 3500rpm
389hp @ 5500rpm

all with a 650 cfm 4 barrel
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My butt dyno is the most accurate, I charge $100 per hour.

I don't have much experience but I do have some good recommendations.
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Ok thank you this is very much appreciated bc I'm getting my block back this next week & start assembly so I'll pry exchange my intake & carb quick before put it all together. I'm trying to do this motor on a semi-light budget I'll have $1300 total start to finish inthe engine so don't think that'll be that bad for hitting almost 400hp. Again thank you so much I wanted to find out before I bolted it together
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I sent back the 600 CFM & got a 650 on the way also which intake there are several perfromer intakes I ordered the 7116 and returned the 8151
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