Discussion in 'The Garage' started by colbystephens, Mar 23, 2006.
just thought it'd be fun to know.
No idea, never had it on a dyno.
Never dynoed... It's a ~10.5:1cr 383 stroker so I would hope it's over 400.
yay. a post just for me lol
I'm around 425 in mine...
I got a truck not a blazer... still want to know?
My 500 ought to have aboot 450 or so when i get er back on the road. my 350 on the other hand MABEY 250 at the flex plate.
i can barely spin my tires in mud. no joke.
so your username must not be referring to the duration of your cam shaft then, but maybe the duration of a different shaft? just teasing.
on 9c1.com they say my motor stuck is 195hp/295lb ft torque so not sure now as I just added a comp cams xtreme 4x4 cam, vortec heads and vortec intake
i had run the desktop dyno program on my bbc and it say somethink like 490 hp and 550 tq. take away 30% for the driveline, under 400 foot lbs at the wheels? all i know is it runs a whole lot better than the 10.5 to 1 355 that i ran for a year or so. it will turn em over easy now
I assume you ment at the engine and not at the tires?
About 550 +- crank torque
389 at the tires
yep, maybe i should have said that would be at the flex plate, sorry
Hard to descide which to vote with an option like this
Stock 305. I aint got nothin. Sucks even more now w/ 35's and 3.73 gears.
There is not an option low enough for me. My truck has trouble accellerating downhill.
An interesting computer program for dyno simulation is "Desktop Dyno".
Write-ups on it place it easily within -/+5%. You can experiment with different setups by changing cam specs, advancing & retarding cam, exhaust & header sizes, intake & carb sizes & types, various heads & porting, etc....change just about everything....quite interesting....ESPECIALLy checking out different cams before purchasing.
how does this desktop dyno work?
how much does it cost?
50k miles ago I made a bit over 400 at the crank. So I think I am more like 370-380 now.
My neighbor builds motors (all Mopar mostly Hemi's) using programs like this and has found them to be very accurate even on 700+ hp motors.
Side note not hijack: His work is very cool. Some ditsributorless, fuel injected stuff. Check it out here.... www.moparengineswest.com
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