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    Dyno sheets

    Here is my 224hp 302 tq run

    Looks like the Knock sensor kicked a bit on this one
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    This is the first run, stock boost, and stock airbox

    this may be slightly less than stock boost, as I used the stock boost gauge to check ...And I believe it to be a bit off
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    Same exact setup, 5 minutes later... only change was the K&N
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    this run was right after the 224/302 run, we just set the timing to 10 deg
    as you can see.. the KS was throwing the timing all over the place
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    This run we decided to pull the knock sensor.. just to see...

    and detonation was the result...
    luckily, Ryan has a fast foot...

    It looks like it was going to make more power this run, but it was cut short...
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    SVO's: 86 1E -340WHP@12psi

    Dyno Sheet

    Eric,

    As soon as you hit your max tourque, your A/F goes fat and never really recovers back over 12:1. I'm sure there is something to be learned here. You have excellent tourque and should be able to get better H.P. #'s higher up in the rpms - I'm sure you will - you know the variables.

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    Exclamation rich conditions...

    Just remember; it's a GOOD THING to be rich on boost.
    11.5-12.0 to 1 air:fuel is good on boost. I'd be concerned going up in the 13:1's and higher.

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    Re: rich conditions...

    Originally posted by svooh
    I'd be concerned going up in the 13:1's and higher.
    Yep yep...the "hot - tune" is about 13 to 1...but you better know what yer doin if yer up that high.

    My record so far was 14.7 to 1....and she was makin' funny noises that scared me.

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    I meant to post this earlier-- but forgot..

    My Detonation was caused by a oily intake track

    along with my plugs and wires that are probably in need of replacement...(I'm running gator's favorite -- Taylor wires)

    I gotta get my "super duper oil seperator" setup and working
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    Re: Dyno Sheet

    Originally posted by 8T6 SVO
    Eric,

    As soon as you hit your max tourque, your A/F goes fat and never really recovers back over 12:1. I'm sure there is something to be learned here.
    Just wanted to add something this. Eric's A/F reading was very TYPICAL of every SVO dynoed that day. Makes ya want to go out and buy a EEC tuner ... so much HP/TQ is lost in the factory EEC programming - but it was 'probably' set up that way with longevity of the motors in mind.

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