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200 on the dyno

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pcoup41
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200 on the dyno

Post #1 by pcoup41 » Mon May 09, 2011 3:39 pm

On may 1st the UW Stout auto club held a car show and dyno competition in Menomonie wi. I was able to get my car on the dyno so I thought I would post the video. its a 200 bored 40 over, mild cam, dual outlet header from clifford, and a 2bbl adapter from classic inlines with a autolite 2100. It made 88hp and 133 ft-lbs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgx5K7vyzFs
1966 coupe
200ci
5 speed

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Re: 200 on the dyno

Post #2 by JackFish » Mon May 09, 2011 10:21 pm

Why does the caption say "big block"?

What rpm were you getting it up to?
What cam?
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Re: 200 on the dyno

Post #3 by pcoup41 » Tue May 10, 2011 7:45 pm

my buddy posted the video and the guys running the dyno were giving me a hard time and calling it a big block so he put big block as the title. They ran it to about 4400 rpm and I cannot remember off hand what cam I have, I have the all my receipts at home and I'm at school right now.
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Re: 200 on the dyno

Post #4 by ludwig » Tue May 10, 2011 8:05 pm

That guy standing by the rack says: "I'll tell you what... There's trucks that are 30 or 40 years newer that don't make that kind of [power (? couldn't make it out)]" You got props from the dyno guys. Congrats. :thumbup:
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Re: 200 on the dyno

Post #5 by Frankenstang » Wed May 11, 2011 8:55 pm

Sweet! :thumbup: 8)

I'd be interested in the details of your cam as welll when/if convenient...also what's the rest of you exhaust setup after the clifford dual outs? Sounds great :beer:
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Re: 200 on the dyno

Post #6 by pcoup41 » Wed May 11, 2011 10:30 pm

I will be going home next week and can get the cam info. For exhaust I have 2.5 stainless to about the back seats with thrush glasspacks, then 3in stainless the rest of the way back.
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