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Old 05-06-2007, 11:04 AM
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I woulfd guess 1300-1400hp (with a real correction factor,no bs stuff) if your running 10-12 psi of boost. What drive do you plan on blowing up behind this ,Smitty

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I woulfd guess 1300-1400hp (with a real correction factor,no bs stuff) if your running 10-12 psi of boost. What drive do you plan on blowing up behind this ,Smitty
Goal is 1000hp on pump gas. Going in a 26' cat with Teague Platinum with 1.36's and 2" shorty and realize I will have to be easy on the drive.
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What are the flow numbers on the heads?

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What are the flow numbers on the heads?
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you are going to go way over your hp goal if you run some good boost, i dont think that drive will last 5 trips on the water unless you never "run the boat" hard. good luck with your project
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Could be anything, since the horsepower could be corrected for any number of temperatures and pressures. Most tests are corrected so the buyer feels good about his/her purchase.

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you are going to go way over your hp goal if you run some good boost, i dont think that drive will last 5 trips on the water unless you never "run the boat" hard. good luck with your project
Here is a sample of our water i should be fine on the drive if i respect the power and dont hammer it out of the hole.

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Could be anything, since the horsepower could be corrected for any number of temperatures and pressures. Most tests are corrected so the buyer feels good about his/her purchase.

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True in some cases if you dont know what numbers you are looking at/for.
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