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Old 03-22-2013, 02:21 PM   #26
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Been texting back and forth with him. He's going to wait until Stage 2 of blower add ons until he goes on the dyno. He's going to drive it as is for the moment..
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Old 03-23-2013, 01:46 PM   #27
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No pulley size listed, but he did say he was anticipating 18 psi. Probably not gonna happen on a 416 but who knows?
No i dont think so,im at 14 with my 454 and it really shocked me that i got that much but i spinning the pee out of it...I would say the CR hurt the numbers and hes working on something to get the hp numbers up.
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:46 PM   #28
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No i dont think so,im at 14 with my 454 and it really shocked me that i got that much but i spinning the pee out of it...I would say the CR hurt the numbers and hes working on something to get the hp numbers up.
Yep, 9.1 CR, 416 cubes, and maggie are not the optimum combo. Needs a blower that really can deliver boost/cfm to take full advantage. This is my dilemma with my D1sc. Im just over 700rwhp/rwtq at 12psi with major belt slip at 5300rpm, which is where my HP curve flatlined as well as my boost on the DynoComm dyno. Im basically leaving 1700 rpm on the table.

700whp is a whole lotta fun though. Twin PTE6766 turbos are right around the corner.
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So did the OP ever post numbers?
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:57 PM   #30
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Yep, 9.1 CR, 416 cubes, and maggie are not the optimum combo. Needs a blower that really can deliver boost/cfm to take full advantage. This is my dilemma with my D1sc. Im just over 700rwhp/rwtq at 12psi with major belt slip at 5300rpm, which is where my HP curve flatlined as well as my boost on the DynoComm dyno. Im basically leaving 1700 rpm on the table.

700whp is a whole lotta fun though. Twin PTE6766 turbos are right around the corner.

700hp and you only have to turn the motor 5300, Cant beat that. Motor will live a long life.
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Old 06-06-2013, 08:20 PM   #31
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Your not goin to see 18lbs of boost.....660 hp would be great with that low of a cr i dont think it will reach that but ...GOOD LUCK!!!
I was guessing 600 i think i was close,CR kilss a maggie
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