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Old 05-11-2005, 07:59 PM
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were they detuned to run 200 hrs?
Not at all...

The software for the computer makes these things so effecient, they actually get that amount of time out of them.
From what I remember, when they took them apart, everything look really great. Hardly any wear.....
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Old 05-11-2005, 10:37 PM
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Oh, and did I mention the Torque?

961.7 lbs @ 5400 rpms!!!
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Those are gorgeous. Very impressive!
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What happens if you lose a injector and what does the computor manage.
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were they detuned to run 200 hrs?

They are NA engines so their life is alot easier then that of a blow motor. A blower motor, especially a roots blower has to work ALOT harder to put the same power to the crankshaft as that engine. Blowers take alot of power to turn(hence the way fat belt) Numbers like that out of an NA engine or REALY impressive and if you got the cash big power NA engines are the way to go. past a certian point it actually besomes more exepensive to make power without a blower then with, but the reliability factor is 10 fold.
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What happens if you lose a injector and what does the computor manage.
I am not sure what was put into the design if that were to happen. Perhaps there is some type of a sensor in place and then it may go into a rev limiting emergency mode? I don't know for sure, but you could give Danny a call. I'm sure he can answer that for you.
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I've run those things...and they are all Sharkey said...and more!

The most amazing thing is how civilized they are around docks and in maneuvering....they shift like cruiser power...and the torque and acceleration is indescribable.

Awesome engines....without doubt the best I've ever seen.

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very nice and impressive #'s too. what kind of fuel do they need ?
They are set up to run High Test.........

There is a switch on each motor that allows you to run regular...if there is no high test available to get you home...... This detunes them and limits power and RPM.

Doug spent literally months on the injector mapping...... The prototypes were dynoed under load for more hours than I have ever seen in a development project..... Final dynoing and tweaking was done at Sterling's facility.... but Doug did the work out there as well.....

Who taught who?.... (Doug on the right.... Sterling's Mike D'annabelle...on the left)


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There are some really trick ideas on those engines. If you look close enough, you may be able to pick them out...
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