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Old 04-04-11, 06:00PM   #61
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Ken they maybe first on the track. But they will always be third when it comes to customer service. They could learn something from you when it comes to taking care of a customer..Take Care
LOL...And you used to be one of their biggest supporters/defenders! Seems as though the tables have turned for you.....
Dont count on them being first on the track either.... there is some heavy hitting chit coming to the track soon.....:-)
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Old 04-05-11, 11:42PM   #62
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The way I hear it there is some heaving hitting chit coming from Butler and all Pontiac and KRE has something up their sleeve they are not talking about.
It seems they do not like being in third place.
Wondering if they have done something with that billet hemi head since it has the most potential blown with some nitro.
I wonder how they have addressed the head sealing issue.
Then you have the 500cfm solid Tigers.
Good time to be into Pontiacs.
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Old 04-06-11, 08:21PM   #63
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LOL...And you used to be one of their biggest supporters/defenders! Seems as though the tables have turned for you.....
Dont count on them being first on the track either.... there is some heavy hitting chit coming to the track soon.....:-)
Scott what are you going to do bring out the dirty bird
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Old 04-07-11, 12:19AM   #64
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Scott what are you going to do bring out the dirty bird
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Nope....sold it long ago....
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Old 04-13-11, 09:21PM   #66
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finished up dynoing the w6 motor today can't release numbers yet but it was above our expatiations. numbers coming sometime next week .
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Not sure why they can't be "released" yet if u have the numbers? The heads have good potential...u should send some to Cerrelli if u want to make power...lol kidding with ya Ken.
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I would give them to you if i could but I promised to give Jeff and Kev time to get their Websites updated before I released the info. But we can have some fun in the meantime: How about a contest to see who comes the closest to the peak numbers. Remember these are untouched stock port W6 heads .Another thing to consider is we are using KRE"s superflow Dyno and ours don't read as high as some others. Case in point Maurice C. Motor made 1030 on our dyno and Scott Rex's made something like 1150 on BES dyno both pro stock chassis. Scott is a little heavy but not 120 hp in my book. Now for this combo
535 C.I.
MR-1 cast iron block
Warp 6 canted valve heads ( as cast ports)
small valves for this head 2 1/4 intake 1.750 exhaust
55mm cam
4 1/2 stroke forged crank
about 15to1 race gas engine
Lets hear your predictions .
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A WAG would be 1025-1050 HP

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type of intake, # of carbs?
rough cam specs would help.
sorry I forgot that its a sheet metal intake built by Mark and Jeff Kauffman with a pair of 1150 dominator's cam is 280 to 300 range about .900 lift
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Stan not a bad guess we wanted a stock port head to make at least 1000 hp first ever for a Pontiac head but you got a pretty good spread in Hp. I also had a good spread and came within 4 hp of one of my numbers. lets do this, just give one number and see who comes the closest. I will do this I will give a TIP rear main seal to the one that comes the closest. This is the best rear main seal available to the Pontiac crowd. KRE and Tin Indian has been using this seal the last several years with excellent results.
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1180 on KREs Dyno, 1300 on a happy dyno.
What would be cool is flow numbers of the heads.
Everyone will be chasing these heads.
Closest thing to a pro stock Pontiac head yet.
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In this first motor we have 2.250 intake and 1.750 exhaust we are trying to get a benchmark against a known engine with this size valves. We can go as big as 2.400 by 1.850 if we want to. we flowed this combo friday on our JKM 1000 flow bench and it flowed 450 plus at .900 lift and 420 at .600 lift with really strong midlift numbers. Should get to the dyno sometime next week. Remember this is with stock cast unported heads.We have all kinds of room and metal to go with a big port when the time comes

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their you go Troy I new I posted this somewhere.
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420 at .600 lift Holy mother of god ! them there are some good low lift flow numbers.
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Stan not a bad guess we wanted a stock port head to make at least 1000 hp first ever for a Pontiac head but you got a pretty good spread in Hp. I also had a good spread and came within 4 hp of one of my numbers. lets do this, just give one number and see who comes the closest. I will do this I will give a TIP rear main seal to the one that comes the closest. This is the best rear main seal available to the Pontiac crowd. KRE and Tin Indian has been using this seal the last several years with excellent results.
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My number is 1048.5 HP

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