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Old 08-31-2007, 09:42 AM
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Natural, 600ci (750 hp) similar torque.
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A couple ATs have been rigged with Teague Platinum drives and are doing well. The Teague Platinum was designed to run behind the Teague 720NA engine. After a few friends' experiences with BMAX, I don't know how they are still around.
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tom with n/a power as long as ya throttle it correctly you really shouldnt have any issues with the xr's. talk to rolf at proroc or smitty at smitty's. is wazzzzzzzzzup the 32 viper he's running 700 plus per side on beefed up bravos...not even xr's. its the blowers that wipe out bravo's. and gotta get a dyno sheet and see at what rpm peak torque is being made and tryin stay away from it. just like the merc 300x's on the cat...cruise was at 48-5000 rpms right where peak torque was. once i started running either below or above NO MORE LOWER ISSUES ...just my .02
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whats up with the Kryp,,,sell her yet ?
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If you're gonna run an XR or IMCO with any kind of power make sure you turn up the RPMS. The gears are just too small...

The clock will be ticking either way....
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tom with n/a power as long as ya throttle it correctly you really shouldnt have any issues with the xr's. talk to rolf at proroc or smitty at smitty's. is wazzzzzzzzzup the 32 viper he's running 700 plus per side on beefed up bravos...not even xr's. its the blowers that wipe out bravo's. and gotta get a dyno sheet and see at what rpm peak torque is being made and tryin stay away from it. just like the merc 300x's on the cat...cruise was at 48-5000 rpms right where peak torque was. once i started running either below or above NO MORE LOWER ISSUES ...just my .02
The Wazzup Tempest (bravo's) broke in the race...not sure what happened though...
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B-max seems to be the only Bravo style drive that lasts with more than 700 hp. For the price of the Imco 1000, I'd get #3's, #5's or Konrads. There are very few people running the 1000 so it's hard to judge if they will hold up.
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