Old_Dad wrote:You could easy have a cracked piston or something along those lines.
We'll see once I yank them out.
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MustangSix wrote:I've seen that before when the electrode on a plug broke off. Looks like something very small got into the engine.
addo wrote:Would it be like cavitation, but from the turbulence in combustion?
1) I looked at your 2 barrel manifold drawing....I think it will pick up additional heat from your turbo manifold
2) and second, the reason why blow through's work better than draw through's is that the carb is in the original factory-designed location for good fuel distribution. The log is not that. Does 10's style 2-barrel is alot better than the 1-barrel, a shorter distance to end cylinders.
3) That's why I favor a tri-power set up with 1:1 linkage.
4) Also, I wouldn't deck the block more than just to make it flat. The deck is thin enough as is. The bores distort quite a bit. If checked with a torque plate you'd be surprised.
5) They say deck height isn't that critical with a turbo engine - something about plenty of squish and faster burn of the denser mixture.
6)I think you'll be in the 11's before you know it. Just let that short stroke, 7 main rev like it was meant to. Have fun!
66Sprint6 wrote:OK, dumb question, but what does a torque plate do?
drag-200stang wrote:1) As you fab up different induction set ups......... They need to be together to crash and burn efficiently.
2) Is there some kind of formula for figuring out what the right proportion of carb cfm to engine size is for blow through?
3) I would think if an engine was responsive and ran well NA with a certain size carb and a turbo was added it would be OK.
4) I wouldn't worry about your rods until you cam it up.
5) Your new cam under boost should have about 300 rpm higher usable rev range than what's advertised NA, if everything else is in order.
Funky Cricket wrote: this has to be one of the greasted threads in car forum history.
you are updating regulary with success and failure. trying unique ideas and doing it all by hand and ingenuity.
GOOD JOB! keep it up.
80Stang wrote:Linc, you had a lot of power in your engine and good traction. We had our track & drag weekend on Sat/Sun, and you had to have had a pretty tweaked bent 8 to drive 13.87.
Compare to this: I got 17.3 @ 122kmh @ dynoed 152hp on the flywheel. You've got some 250+...
62fairlane170 wrote:but the faster you get, the less engines you will have on hand !!
Funky Cricket wrote:the great thing is... you have a "fairly" cheap engine that is tough as nails that can hang with a 302 at half the weight. not bad.. not bad at all...
Old_Dad wrote:Never had much uesh for slushboxes.
Funky Cricket wrote:but with a camel excrement kit.
Funky Cricket wrote:yah. get back to the track already and give us some times.
2tonfalcon wrote:Things take time to make the right combo, but by spring I see him in the 11s easily.
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