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604.6 HP @7200
486.7 lb/ft @ 5600


347 CI.
825 BG
R302
Victor Jr. Heads (no port work yet)
Victor Jr. Intake
MSD

Graph is N/A performance. Car is set up with a Wilson Manifold plate system. Have not had a chance to use N2O on the motor yet.

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Ron1 on 4/30/02 11:41pm ]</font>
 

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Nice numbers Ron. As you can see, I'm low man on the totem pole here. But for a frequent driver I'm happy with my setup and what it's putting out.

Hope to see you at Woodburn soon. Maybe I can get some wheels up shots this year.
 

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Comp cams Grind number FW 298DR-6, Part number 35-780-9.
Gross valve lift: IN.696 EX.672
Duration @.050 : IN. 268 EX.275
LSA:106

I have a new set of CNC'd Victor Jr's on the way from T.E.A that are now at Wilson Manifolds to get matched up to a new Super Victor (4500-9500) intake as well as having the runner work done to match up all the runners so they all flow the same. Also going to a bit more aggressive cam, with a bit more duration on the exhaust side and an LSA of 110.
Have a goal of 650-660 on the motor.

Ron
 

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Yes, solid roller. BTW, stopped by your page. My compliments on a ton of work you put into that car. Excellent work. Have you run it yet?

Ron

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I have drove it with the backhalf ony but not with the mustang II steering. Since the shop i worked at close that i was at for 15 years money has been kinda tight so r\things have slowed down. Shpuld be driving it next year.
 

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question ron if your running on the motor did you do any changes over the winter i seen were you ran low 10.0s with 100hp last year
 
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