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Old 04-09-12, 09:24AM   #31
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Old 04-18-12, 11:14PM   #32
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The engine I just put in my wagon we ran it in my dads tubbed 67 firbird 2 years ago. Its a .60 over 455 stock "N" crank, scat rods, 10 year old ross pistons, mildon pan, 13 heads ported by my father (we guess about 240cfm), victor intake, super sucker. 4150 barry grant carb flowed to 1080, ran with th400 w/brake, 4400 stall tci, 31.25x12.25 phoenix tires, firebird weighed 3360 with driver and fuel. We ran it 2 weekends and it went a best of a 10.34 @127 and we never took the hood off the car to mess with anything!

My wagon will be a different story its a stock suspenion g-body, I will be fighting for a 10.99.
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Old 04-19-12, 01:00AM   #33
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Some suspension work and you will get that wagon to hook just fine and run some good numbers
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Old 04-19-12, 07:27PM   #34
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I have the baseline kit i just put it last week and my IC and AS look pretty good now but that doesnt mean squat.
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The 4.88's are in. Find out tomorrow how much difference it will make.
Any up date ?
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The engine I just put in my wagon we ran it in my dads tubbed 67 firbird 2 years ago. Its a .60 over 455 stock "N" crank, scat rods, 10 year old ross pistons, mildon pan, 13 heads ported by my father (we guess about 240cfm), victor intake, super sucker. 4150 barry grant carb flowed to 1080, ran with th400 w/brake, 4400 stall tci, 31.25x12.25 phoenix tires, firebird weighed 3360 with driver and fuel. We ran it 2 weekends and it went a best of a 10.34 @127 and we never took the hood off the car to mess with anything!

My wagon will be a different story its a stock suspenion g-body, I will be fighting for a 10.99.
10.34 that's pretty impressive with those parts.
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Old 04-23-12, 01:53PM   #37
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I made one full 1/4 mile pass with the wagon yesterday in 45 deg. NY weather and it went 11.01 @ 121.7 with a 1.57 60ft. It drove through the converter and i had trouble staying in the groove the other passes with the track so wet so i had to lift the other times. The reason i think it drove through the converter because the rpm/s didnt change going into high gear and i shifted @ 5800rpm and went through the traps at 6800rpm. The rev limiter was at 6600 and had to move it so i am pulling the converter out when the snow clears and i can get it out of the trailer.
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Lol! See post #30 Gach....I have enough parts left for a 6 cylinder. Even the cam has just the right amount of lobes left for a 6. There wasn't much I could save from it.
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She finally let go..LOL. I see you got it back up and running with the new block and cut some off your best with the old motor just by going with that block. Man those blocks are really nice.
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She finally let go..LOL. I see you got it back up and running with the new block and cut some off your best with the old motor just by going with that block. Man those blocks are really nice.
Yea, it's a bad deal. Only had 7 passes on it. I got the shortblock with a project I bought and the heads I bought from a PY member.

The new block is real nice. I bought Langer's old rotating assembly. It is real light compared to the rotating assembly I was running in my 459ci stock block. I'll be doing some more testing this Friday, hopefully I can find some more et. 5.957 @ 115.43 so far.

Anyway, back to the D-port thread.
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10.74 @ 124 in the wagon this weekend. Hit the rev limited just before the stripe at 6500. Its got stock 2 bolt caps i am scared to go any higher. I shifted at 6k. I think it will go faster if its not 90+ weather.
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Good Job!!!
Maybe a tighter convertor is in your future. What gears, convertor, & tires do you have?
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Not bad at all. You should get down pto a mid to low 10 no problem
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Gene called me yesterday. Gallopin' Goat went 9.96 @ 132 on a "foot brake" at MIR Saturday. Best ET with the foot brake so far.

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Maybe a tighter convertor is in your future. What gears, convertor, & tires do you have?
I have a TCI 4400 stall converter, hoosier 29x9 because thats all that will fit under the car and 4.10 gears. I think i need a bigger roll out but i cant fit anything bigger at the moment
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