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allen m90 on the dyno

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What were the numbers? I couldn't read them on the video.
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here are a few runs
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like a squirrel collecting nuts lol

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I couldn't read it either. Making decent power. Whats the actual build.

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I changed the gear set to a 4:30 ,new sniper calibration went on the rollers with 242 came out with 370.
here it was wedsday evening tnt against a duster with a 408
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here are a few runs
Not a very smooth graph. Was the TC not locked up? I had a graph that had loops in it once from the TC not being locked.

But anyway, great numbers and I thoroughly enjoyed watching you run that Duster. It's a shame the camera wasn't showing both cars at the line.
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what you speak of was cleaned up. just the only image I have.

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They should have given you a print out of the final graph.

Any shop worth a shit would (should) include that in the price of the dyno / tune time.

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now your taking a piss on my friend .I really don't appreciate it. the proof is in the pudding! this is not the court of law. there is no Burdon of proof here!

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I missed the deadline to swap in the engine I have been building so I may do this too, theres a Tbird SC supercharger kit on craigslist so I may get it for laughs and try it

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I missed the deadline to swap in the engine I have been building so I may do this too, theres a Tbird SC supercharger kit on craigslist so I may get it for laughs and try it

cool man,,,boost is fun,it is the replacement for displacement!

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cool man,,,boost is fun,it is the replacement for displacement!
Yup. I had planned for the longest time to turbo my bird but decided to build an engine so i could drive the car and still work on something of my own. kinda regret it but itll be fun once its in. whenever it is. what you do to put the m90 on? is it a kit i could buy or custom?

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Yup. I had planned for the longest time to turbo my bird but decided to build an engine so i could drive the car and still work on something of my own. kinda regret it but itll be fun once its in. whenever it is. what you do to put the m90 on? is it a kit i could buy or custom?
its a allen kit that is not made anymore. as most will probably tell you that an m90 would not be the wisest of investments unless it was cheap.

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Man those are Amazing numbers! Is it a rev 1 or a rev 2 kit?

What is the trap speed at the track?
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now your taking a piss on my friend .I really don't appreciate it. the proof is in the pudding! this is not the court of law. there is no Burdon of proof here!
I believe your numbers are accurate.
I didn't know or catch that the dyno shop owner/operator was a personal friend of yours.
You're right, it's not that big a deal. I'm just saying, personally, I'd expect a print out of the final graph. Every shop I've ever been to - including the mobile dyno that shows up at Carlisle - does that for their customers.

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I believe your numbers are accurate.
I didn't know or catch that the dyno shop owner/operator was a personal friend of yours.
You're right, it's not that big a deal. I'm just saying, personally, I'd expect a print out of the final graph. Every shop I've ever been to - including the mobile dyno that shows up at Carlisle - does that for their customers.
I'm good with that.

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good numbers. I wish they still had Allen kits, it was a good 150whp thing to buy (with supporting fuel). What kind of boost is the 2.35 pulley seeing, 10-12psi?

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good numbers. I wish they still had Allen kits, it was a good 150whp thing to buy (with supporting fuel). What kind of boost is the 2.35 pulley seeing, 10-12psi?
10 psi steady with initial 12 lb flash

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Man those are Amazing numbers! Is it a rev 1 or a rev 2 kit?

What is the trap speed at the track?
what is the difference between rev 1 or 2?

it pulls 86 mph in the 1/8 mile

here it is at the track running a duster :

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what is the difference between rev 1 or 2?

it pulls 86 mph in the 1/8 mile

here it is at the track running a duster : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYRg...ature=youtu.be
What 60 ft, MPH and ET on that pass? From your stated 85-86 MPH time slip if that is an 1/8 is only around a 13.0 1/4 mile slip, give or take.

Not real indicative of a 360+WHP car. But there are various other factors to consider as well.

Regardless, as I said before it makes good power.

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What 60 ft, MPH and ET on that pass? From your stated 85-86 MPH time slip if that is an 1/8 is only around a 13.0 1/4 mile slip, give or take.

Not real indicative of a 360+WHP car. But there are various other factors to consider as well.

Regardless, as I said before it makes good power.
12.50 to be exact on the conversion ,went 1.81 60 on an unprepped serface first time out .it will go better.

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12.50 to be exact on the conversion ,went 1.81 60 on an unprepped serface first time out .it will go better.
Well conversions and track numbers are two different things. They can be used as a guide but not gospel. So what kind of tires were you running at the time?

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Well conversions and track numbers are two different things. They can be used as a guide but not gospel. So what kind of tires were you running at the time?
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what is the difference between rev 1 or 2?

it pulls 86 mph in the 1/8 mile

here it is at the track running a duster : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYRg...ature=youtu.be
The rev 1 has the throttle body in the back and the rev 2 is off the side.
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The rev 1 has the throttle body in the back and the rev 2 is off the side.
thanks for the info,its a rev one.

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There is no need to split hairs over .5ths. To start, it doesn't mean shit theorizing about what you may run until you actually run it. Its one thing to sit amongst friends and talk smack, its another to get online, visually see the words coming out as you peck away at the keyboard, ponder over them, then hit the submit button.

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There is no need to split hairs over .5ths. To start, it doesn't mean shit theorizing about what you may run until you actually run it. Its one thing to sit amongst friends and talk smack, its another to get online, visually see the words coming out as you peck away at the keyboard, ponder over them, then hit the submit button.

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There is no need to split hairs over .5ths.
That's almost comical... there's a huge difference, I wouldn't call it 'splitting hairs'.

Splitting hairs is what some of the SBRA guys at Mason Dixon do... down to 0.001 seconds, one one thousandth of a second. They complain something's wrong when their sixty foot is "off" by 1 or 2 hundredths and most of their ET's are rock solid for the first two decimals. They talk of "running a 24 with a 2 on a zero dial" which is translated to 10.242 ET with a 10.240 dial-in.

It's impressive to watch. I feel good when my car runs consistent to the tenth of a second and these guys are running solid to the hundredth's of a second and routinely win or lose by a couple thousandths.
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