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Old 28-05-2019, 10:00 AM
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RESULTS ARE IN................

641hp @ 6600
530ft.lb @ 5500
420ft.lb @ 3000

Built by Tony at Speed Works Engines and tuned by Louis from APS Service Centre Frankston running EFI Live on a stock GM ECU.

Check out the video, please like 'Speed Works Engines' FB page while you're there, cheers.

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Old 28-05-2019, 10:06 AM
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Engine is back home and painted, trans is painted ready for fitment, just waiting on a converter before installation.

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Old 28-05-2019, 10:28 PM
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WOW !!!,..theyre awsome numbers...n with EFI Ill bet the throttle response will be fantastic
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Old 29-05-2019, 04:48 PM
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Great numbers Pete !

BTW, cleanest garage ever !
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Old 29-05-2019, 05:27 PM
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WOW !!!,..theyre awsome numbers...n with EFI Ill bet the throttle response will be fantastic
With 8 throttle bodies, Al, Im expecting it to jump out of its skin every time i touch it. I might have to detune it off idle to avoid rear ending every car in front of me...haha

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Great numbers Pete !

BTW, cleanest garage ever !
Hah...you noticed.
Gotta keep it clean because we're selling....and i like it that way.
Numbers are far more than i expected, the man's a genius.

Hows your small block going?
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Old 30-05-2019, 02:41 AM
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[QUOTE=Ranga350;204277]With 8 throttle bodies, Al, Im expecting it to jump out of its skin every time i touch it. I might have to detune it off idle to avoid rear ending every car in front of me...haha

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That is one draw back Ive heard of about 8 stacks n lively motors....

btw,...Bloody nice garage mate,...lovin your Pickup....did you ever do a post on its build ????

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That is one draw back Ive heard of about 8 stacks n lively motors....

btw,...Bloody nice garage mate,...lovin your Pickup....did you ever do a post on its build ????

al[/QUOTE]

Thanks Al, i like my workspace clean but selling a house means its VERY clean.

I can only judge how it goes with the throttle response once i get it on the road, i can tune it out to a small degree.
The individual throttle bodies are always an issue when on individual runners, especially on smaller cube engines, the manifold has a large plenum designed into it to help absorb some of that twitchy response.
Similar to running a carby on tunnel rams, we had many discussions about it in the design phase.
Tony's done an amazing job to get it above & beyond what i was hoping for, the keyboard heroes said it would be boggy down low, no torque, HP would drop off too quick up top, hard to tune, trumpets were wank factor, blah blah.
Well they can suck it...420ft.lb at 3000rpm is good enough for my little 1200kg Nova running 4:11's.

I didn't build the pickup, bought it as is, I should've posted all the work I've done to it though. I put the Holley Sniper on recently and am loving it, super reliable for a daily driver now.
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