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    Administrator SVOeric's Avatar
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    SVO's: 86-1C & 86-1E

    SVOBrown Reunion 05 dyno sheet

    dyno sheet from 05 reunion
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    OVER-BOOST!! kiwi's Avatar
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    can you post yours?
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    Thanks Eric. Now can any thing be changed where the power and torque starts, other than the cam? Timing or leaner at the lower rpms?
    Time to clean up the engine bay!

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    yea -- from 2500 -- up to 4500 -- you need to lean it up...If you can bring the AF up to about 11.5:1 or so around 3500, (without leaning out on top end) you'd make another 50 HP, I'd guess.


    Kiwi -- My old dyno sheet is already posted.
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    OVER-BOOST!! svobrown's Avatar
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    Did another dyno run today. 286 hp and 325 on tq. Only change was to a ranger roller cam and new gas at 22 psi. Eveything else was the same.
    Time to clean up the engine bay!

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