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Old 10-27-2005, 09:00 PM
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I just took the engines out of mine yesterday...so champlain will be kickin for sure.
U planning to sell em or what?
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Old 10-27-2005, 09:01 PM
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jc said we are not going back there next year... not enough game up there... just too easy... i agree....
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this year will be a blast, hopefully 3 activators and I just took the engines out of mine yesterday...so champlain will be kickin for sure.
Whats up with yours??
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Whats up with yours??

What are you drunk? I've never seen you so chatty on here... Or is Dawn out of town?
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Old 10-27-2005, 09:07 PM
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Whats up with yours??
just freshening them up cant let neil have all the fun, will be more than one 80 mph tiger up there
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What are you drunk? I've never seen you so chatty on here... Or is Dawn out of town?
Workin on itWorkin on itWorkin on it &FU
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Old 10-27-2005, 10:02 PM
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Sounds like GL might be in trouble next year.... the torch may be passed
That plunger's mine...

Here's the dyno of another guy that was suppose to be ahead of me... no luck out there however...

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Here is my dyno sheet from My 572 ci 700hp n/a motors that Las Mesa is building for me to go into my 2000 Tiger.

I m not a motor head, so I figured Id post the results and let the experts here post there comments

RPM HP TORQUE
3040 375.0 647.8
3114 391.8 650.7
3201 417.0 684.3
3301 457.9 728.6
3410 471.3 725.9
3507 470.9 705.2
3604 478.7 697.5
3712 488.8 691.6
3809 492.1 678.6
4005 511.8 671.1
4116 524.9 669.7
4205 538.0 672.0
4313 558.4 679.9
4402 578.0 689.6
4517 597.7 694.9
4602 609.9 696.0
4702 620.8 693.4
4803 634.8 694.1
4903 656.3 703.0
5008 674.1 707.0
5112 691.6 710.5
5208 698.9 704.8
5307 712.8 705.4
5409 723.3 702.3
5501 726.3 693.4
5603 716.7 671.8
5704 713.1 656.6
5801 711.9 644.5
5904 711.3 632.8

Las is going to set the rev limiter at 5600. I am using Throttle up and plan on using a 5 blade Hydromotive px to run at 52-5400 rpms max

Tell me what you guys think. Good ,bad ??

CYA out there.
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That plunger's mine...

Here's the dyno of another guy that was suppose to be ahead of me... no luck out there however...




CYA out there.

sounds like a challenge Neil
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and yes... the plunger is yours
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