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Old 05-08-11, 08:12PM   #46
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Your HP computed from your vehicle MPH is 660.79 rear wheel HP and 734.21 flywheel HP.
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Old 05-08-11, 08:32PM   #47
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which car and what CR?IMO,pump gas is 10.5 or lower with alu heads.Other than thats its still "pump" gas but not what can be found on the street in all the lower 48s.Tom
Why do you say pump gas is 10.5 or lower? With aluminum heads 11.5 on 92 octane is not that unusual.
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Old 05-08-11, 11:29PM   #48
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Your HP computed from your vehicle MPH is 660.79 rear wheel HP and 734.21 flywheel HP.
So in other words my motor in a 2840 lb car would run 8.60's, or faster because I made 760 hp...
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Old 05-09-11, 02:16PM   #49
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my pump gas is 105+ octane..it's e-85..and i can run 13-1 without issues..lol..where do i fit in?..
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