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Old 04-14-2002, 01:17 AM
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Super V, are you becoming a post whore?
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Old 04-14-2002, 01:28 AM
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What are the specs of the motor? Cam, heads, carb and intake. Just so that others can have an idea of what gets you what.

Did you try different timing? What happened to the EGT's with the timing changes?
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Specs are;
454+.030 GEN V, align-honed, paralelled deck surfaces
L2465 TRW pistons 9.6:1, Federal Mogul E-233K+.030 rings
cast crank with stock rods-3/8 ARP rod bolts
Merlin oval port heads, Fed. Mog. 2.19 intake, 1.88 exhaust valves
Federal Mogul VS1581 valve springs, 105 lbs closed, 310 open
dual-plane intake, Holley 800 carb, 75 pri., 89 sec. jets
Federal Mogul CS1140R cam, 234/244 [email protected], .553/.578 lift
Federal Mogul HT817 hydraulic lifters
Federal Mogul- 4400-.010 main brgs, 3190CP-.010 rod brgs
Fed. Mog. 1404 cam brgs
Federal Mogul gasket set #260-1009
Federal Mogul timing chain set #KT3-171S
Oil pumps were not replaced. Disassembled and clearanced.
Cam was installed at "0" advance
Rotating assembly was balanced
Main brg. clearances are 1-2-3-4, .002. #5, .003
Rod brg. clearance is .0025
Initial timing, 15 degrees, total advance 32 degrees
At Tom Earhart's suggestion, no timing changes were made.
KAAMA was watching the EGT's and oil pressures during all the runs and EGT's were always below 1400, oil pressures during the pulls were 65-70
Thanks go to Tom Earhart for the great time had by all of us at his shop, and to Gary and Sheryl Garvelink at G&G Performance Engines for the great machine work.
Dyno's engines are almost identical to this, the only difference being Federal Mogul hypereutectic pistons, #H693CP+.030, 9.5:1

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Old 04-14-2002, 11:36 AM
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Hey that sounds like an overall great experience for you guys.. Build it and run it and great numbers and a bunch of guys enjoying the sound of Torque and Horsepower..
Good job to all that were involved!!
Next we want to hear about the boating experience!! I am still dreaming about that!!


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Looks good. Thanks for all the info
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Great number's for 330's on steroids !!!!now we know I can pick up a little on my jetting.....cant wait for the new paint to be finished so we can get out and do some speed runs. The motor's will go back in SuperV's boat this week then look out Lake Mack here we come!!!
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That will be the real test. It'll be interesting to see how the boat performs compared to the previous speeds with the old engine setup.
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I like that torque staying at 500 or a bit more starting at 3000 and going to 5000 that should set you back in your seat, when is the first water test?.....Fred
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Bill I just might be.Fred it should have tons of midrange!
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Wade what props are you running?....may have to re-prop it so it tops out at 5000-5100 rpm's.....keeping in that torque range....Fred
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