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Old 08-24-2007, 01:27 PM
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Talked with Tim, he says 93 octane pump gas.

Has he put one in a boat yet? Thats some strong #'s
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Are the Teague 900's really runnin on 89 ?
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Pump gas? 93 they dont say.I wonder if it would make that HP in a marine tune up? no innercooler also.
That version you saw was a marine combo. I was there and the video of the gauges was from the first pull. 4 pulls later they hit almost 1,500. I was in his van when they pumped the 15 gallons of 93 into fuel jugs at the Flying J truck stop. I'm wondering when they're gonna post the exact same motor (without valve timing/cam setting changes) boiling the water on the dyno with over 2,000+hp on alky?
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ck of the pick of it in the shop,looks like a indy,cosworth? motor in the back ground on a stand
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found this on youtube, Grose 575 CID blown DOHC Engine on the dyno

[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9WTgrNCo-A[/YOUTUBE]
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The big motor looks a little like a Cossie too. With the dual bet driven cams and all. Cousins?

As I look a bit more carefully at the motor in the back I can see Chevy on the valve cover. So I guess it could be an old Illmor Chev Indy motor (but I thought those were two valve motors for some reason) or maybe the Cosworth Chevy IRL motor?

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They have been working on that project for years.
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Tim Grose & Dave (F.A.S.T.) have told me that 89 oct. is no problem and they think the overhead valve motor will also turn some impressive #'s on E-85. Tim has these motors ready for production as we speak. There is talk that a pair is being installed in an Outter Limits. Keep your eyes open.
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some one should get Tim to jump on here and keep us informed sounds like a hell of a motor i am not sure about that high of rpm for marine use
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Tim Grose 269-561-6000 Valve srings = single bee-hive/ 140 lbs on the seat, timing 26, boost 14 lbs ( if I remember) Let it spin.

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