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Old 07-02-2009, 05:32 PM
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Anyone dyno a stock 700sci? What is torque and hp? Did a search and just got bickering about whipple upgrades, Dustin surely has dynoed them before and after upgrades, Whipplecharged, care to share, please note crank or propshaft. Thanks, DK
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Anyone dyno a stock 700sci? What is torque and hp? Did a search and just got bickering about whipple upgrades, Dustin surely has dynoed them before and after upgrades, Whipplecharged, care to share, please note crank or propshaft. Thanks, DK
They make about 725HP and 750FT LBS
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Old 07-02-2009, 06:28 PM
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crank or propshaft? Thanks

So a 598 cu. in. N/A 750 hp, 750 trq. (crank) should run with them
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crank or propshaft? Thanks

So a 598 cu. in. N/A 750 hp, 750 trq. (crank) should run with them
the blower on the 700 will help it pull harder and accelerate slightly faster. Ive had both, no problems either way..good motors..
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