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Old 12-10-2004, 10:37 AM
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Default Quad-Whipples ???

I have been running some 598's with Blower Shop 14-71's. I lost a motor in KW and now it is time to rebuild, so why not try to make some more HP. I have been researching the quad-rotors and like what I have been hearing.Just wonding if anyone here has any experiences with this set up.
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quad rotor EFI on a 540...built by Gt Performance. does the trick for me. awesome power, behaves at idle, turn key...
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I have a quad rotor EFI on a 565...built by Pfaff 40 hours and runs great. 1021hp at 8# pump gas and 1365hp at 18# race gas but only on the dyno.
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What kind of torque are they making?
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Old 12-10-2004, 04:28 PM
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What type of heads and cam are you guys running also how many RPM's.I have Brodix 2X, which I am considering selling and getting some CNC heads if it will make any difference. Right now I'm solid roller with 1030hp and 1000tq turning 6400.
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Old 12-10-2004, 04:33 PM
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I'm running Dart pro 1 heads (non CNC) with a crane roller cam. at 1021hp 985# @6200 rpm and at 1365Hp 1165#

BTW I'm running the 3.3 Quad

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Whippled is that a solid or hyd. roller.
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Whippled is that a solid or hyd. roller.


Hyd. roller, if you go with a solid you can go higher on the RPM
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Still working on that. I will probably take it back to my previous engine builder. Either way I will have both motors gone through. With a probable head upgrade and cam change.
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Default Re: Quad-Whipples ???

Whippled do you have any trouble getting those r's out of hyd.I like the idea of less maintaince, but I was afraid I couldn't make that much hp or turn the rmp's.
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