Tri-Power N2O first test hit.......

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Tri-Power N2O first test hit.......

Post #1 by 64falconsix » Sat Feb 18, 2017 12:28 pm

First hit with 30 RWHP jetting netted excellent results. ......the shot hit hard and pulled strong....will be tuning for the 45 jets next ....I will eventually end up with a 60 or 75 HP tune.....
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64 falcon 2dr 200 C.I. .040 decked ,comp. 260 .440, C.I. adjustable timing chain w/ 79 log head 52.cc , offy w/ triple webers , Clifford header , D.U.I. , C/4 2,200 stall , Transgo Stage 2 reprogramming kit , 7 1/4" with 3.20 gears. NX, N2O 75HP shot.

10.29@ 61.91 M.P.H. in the 1/8th mile. 4/12/13

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Post #2 by powerband » Sat Feb 18, 2017 7:52 pm

nice, very nice...

do you use an AFR gauge or any tuning aids while it's running, is there a practical limit with N2O without forged pistons?

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Post #3 by vssman » Sun Feb 19, 2017 8:03 am

64falconsix wrote:First hit with 30 RWHP jetting netted excellent results. ......the shot hit hard and pulled strong....will be tuning for the 45 jets next ....I will eventually end up with a 60 or 75 HP tune.....20170217_132618.jpg


Please share your set up. I'll be certainly following this thread...
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Post #4 by 64falconsix » Sun Feb 19, 2017 9:21 am

Powerband .....I did use a PLX wideband AFR which showed 11.7 at WOT but when I pulled the plugs I may jet up 1 size... according to my research I should be able to get away with 75 HP but i am now thinking i will go with either 45 or 60 HP.....since this is RWHP i was wondering if I would even notice the 30 HP hit but I was really suprised with the improvement especially in 2nd and 3rd gear.....VSSMAN..... I will post a few pics of the setup.....I used a Nitrous Express Hitman kit plate delete with 3 piranha foggers in custom 5/8" plates I had a friend water jet........also used a micro switch to activate at full throttle.......
64 falcon 2dr 200 C.I. .040 decked ,comp. 260 .440, C.I. adjustable timing chain w/ 79 log head 52.cc , offy w/ triple webers , Clifford header , D.U.I. , C/4 2,200 stall , Transgo Stage 2 reprogramming kit , 7 1/4" with 3.20 gears. NX, N2O 75HP shot.

10.29@ 61.91 M.P.H. in the 1/8th mile. 4/12/13

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Post #5 by bubba22349 » Sun Feb 19, 2017 11:31 pm

:beer: congrats looks like a fun ride! :thumbup: :nod:
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Post #6 by 64falconsix » Mon Feb 20, 2017 3:23 pm

Had 3- 5/8" aluminum spacers water jetted slightly different size than the carb gaskets on the first mock up.....used NX piranha nozzles because of their compact size.....placement was crucial for nitrous line connection.........this was the first test plate which was cut slightly larger......second set was cut same as the carb gasket.......
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64 falcon 2dr 200 C.I. .040 decked ,comp. 260 .440, C.I. adjustable timing chain w/ 79 log head 52.cc , offy w/ triple webers , Clifford header , D.U.I. , C/4 2,200 stall , Transgo Stage 2 reprogramming kit , 7 1/4" with 3.20 gears. NX, N2O 75HP shot.

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Post #7 by 64falconsix » Mon Feb 20, 2017 3:26 pm

Second set complete and ready to install.......
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Post #8 by vssman » Mon Feb 20, 2017 4:29 pm

N-I-C-E... Keep 'em coming.
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Post #9 by 64falconsix » Thu Jun 29, 2017 2:35 pm

Link to first test run.......30HP shot...

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64 falcon 2dr 200 C.I. .040 decked ,comp. 260 .440, C.I. adjustable timing chain w/ 79 log head 52.cc , offy w/ triple webers , Clifford header , D.U.I. , C/4 2,200 stall , Transgo Stage 2 reprogramming kit , 7 1/4" with 3.20 gears. NX, N2O 75HP shot.

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Post #10 by vssman » Thu Jun 29, 2017 5:21 pm

I can certainly hear when the gas kicks in. Are you still running a progressive carb linkage?
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Post #11 by 64falconsix » Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:54 pm

Vssman.......still running Progressive linkage....was at about 1/3 throttle till 3,000 rpm then went wide open......really pulls hard and never lets up.......working on a set of custom forged pistons with an updated nitrous ring pack.......plans are for a 105 or so HP shot ........plans are 100 MPH plus 1/4 Mile runs.....built trans helps alot.........waiting for a little more testing and A boost retard/window switch install before moving much further past a 45 HP shot......
64 falcon 2dr 200 C.I. .040 decked ,comp. 260 .440, C.I. adjustable timing chain w/ 79 log head 52.cc , offy w/ triple webers , Clifford header , D.U.I. , C/4 2,200 stall , Transgo Stage 2 reprogramming kit , 7 1/4" with 3.20 gears. NX, N2O 75HP shot.

10.29@ 61.91 M.P.H. in the 1/8th mile. 4/12/13

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Post #12 by bubba22349 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 8:16 pm

Excellent job! You might consider converting it over to solid linkage for even more performance when your racing. Good luck :nod:
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