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Old 05-21-2009, 01:33 PM   #11  
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About how much would it make on 6 psi? is 350 a realistic goal?
Not even close on a stock motor. I made 303 at the wheels on 9psi and no other mods.
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Old 05-23-2009, 06:57 PM   #12  
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How much torque though? I can't decide what I want to do. Either rebuild it and s/c it or sell it and get a 96-98 4v. I love these motors but I think I might convert to the dark side and get a modular...
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Just get a Vortech. A supercharger will make decent torque. Check out my sig(just dynoed today). And those numbers are through an AODE and my injectors ran out of fuel(A/F spiked to 14:[email protected]!!!!!)
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:30 AM   #14  
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Those are pretty good numbers. Thats on stock rods,pistons, and crank???

And 14.5 is just a LITTLE on the lean side haha.
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Old 05-24-2009, 01:48 PM   #15  
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run 10 psi. get 30 or 42 pound injectors, a 255lph fuel pump, and a dyno tune
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Those are pretty good numbers. Thats on stock rods,pistons, and crank???

And 14.5 is just a LITTLE on the lean side haha.
Thanks and Yes! Those numbers were made with stock internals and an HP robbing AODE. And as you can tell, my injectors maxed out. So there is quite a bit more power to be had. It's a good baseline for me though.
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Old 05-25-2009, 11:43 AM   #17  
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so what psi would be pushing it too far if i just got new fuel injectors fuel pump and tuned?
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Heck, provided you have the correct fuel, you can run as much boost as you want. The problem is, with all that boost, you'd have a chance of lifting the heads and blowing a headgasket. It also depends on the pulley you run. A 6rib 3.33 pulley will not make much boost, maybe 6. But an 8rib 3.00 pulley will probably make 12psi easily. And boost is also a measure of restriction. The more restrictive parts you have, the more boost you have and vice versa. BTW, I am pumping out 16psi through my motor. Iw ould suggest you only go to 12 on a stock H/C/I car. Also, pick up an AFM powerpipe($250) for our cars. The stock supercharger air intake system is very restrictive. I picked up 6psi from just the pp.
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on a stock engine, i wouldn't go over 10 psi personally..
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Old 05-25-2009, 09:29 PM   #20  
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would i need to think about a new clutch for the added torque?
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