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Old 03-04-2019, 08:44 AM   #16
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Grumpy Rated all Factory Small Block Chevies Blocks good to 360 HP.
That's It.
Anymore is on Borrowed Time.
I hope the Grim Reaper is using that "borrowed time" watch. I may be immortal. You do realize that there are millions of hot rodders with SBC engines and block failures are very, very rare. You know, splayed caps, ARP and such. I'm pretty sure you didn't read that right.

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What my Bought Isky Full Race Cam will provide.
Take a pic of the cam. What are the specs?
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I hope the Grim Reaper is using that "borrowed time" watch. I may be immortal. You do realize that there are millions of hot rodders with SBC engines and block failures are very, very rare. You know, splayed caps, ARP and such. I'm pretty sure you didn't read that right.



Take a pic of the cam. What are the specs?
The Cam will not work right Gunny for a Chevy.
It's made for a Pontiac V8.
Gotta keep something to myself.
Going to for now.

Be an EFI Tuning nightmare.
Makes little vacuum at idle. 2-4 inches only.

I don't know.....Grumpy sets. Posts his millions of links.
Big dilemma guys want huge Hp.
Costs alot all new.
Nothing Chevy left.
Why I went back to my TA. Just affordable for me.
Kool car too.

Hardblock it Gunny.
Use an electric water pump.
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No Cam specs, Diamond custom pistons, Titanium rods and no pics. Right. I know, you're keeping it a secret so the street outlaws wan't know what you have when you bust their butt.
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No Cam specs, Diamond custom pistons, Titanium rods and no pics. Right. I know, you're keeping it a secret so the street outlaws wan't know what you have when you bust their butt.
On a track I would get my Ass Handed to me by the Street Outlaws. Daddy Dave is rumored to have 5000 Hp now.
Big Chevy Twin Turbo.
Look like Twin 90's.
Big Chief falls short present. At 4000 Hp.
Crank up the boost.

I have Full Manley Titanium valves.
Much boxed up. Been waiting. Never photoed all.
You have to wait.
Late night play is my fun.
Like Full mile or 2 also.
Run ultra high speeds.
Speedo does not stop at 160 in TA. Keeps going past.No stop pin.
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Well, all-righty then.
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I hope the Grim Reaper is using that "borrowed time" watch. I may be immortal. You do realize that there are millions of hot rodders with SBC engines and block failures are very, very rare. You know, splayed caps, ARP and such. I'm pretty sure you didn't read that right.



Take a pic of the cam. What are the specs?
Hero Power in the SS Impala @ 1,000 Hp won't come easy on 93 octane Gunny even Twin Turbo.
Meth injection so so.
Going to need High Octane Go Juice of some sort.
It's done on E85 here.
Available allover in Illinois.

Boost over 17 psi on pump gas typical can not be done without severe detonation issues.

So if You do it choose a a High A/R and Big Turbos Big.
Use Twin massive blowoff valves like 52 mm.
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http://garage.grumpysperformance.com...-on-e85.10990/

Grumpy put up new E85 Reading material today Gunny.
Only disadvantage is long term corrosion issues by absorbing water.
Need double the Fuel flow volume for Alcohol Vs Gasoline.
It all adds up $$$$.

Belt drive Fuel pump BLP Bo Laws I have.
Have a Huge Mallory Comp 110 FI Fuel Injection pump also.

Choose what you want.
Has to be #10 AN lines for me.
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Well, all-righty then.



BLP Bo Laws Belt Drive Fuel Pump I have Gunny.
Lightly used for a few races on a Dirt track sprint car 410 ci 1000 HP.


Good for 1480 HP Gasoline doing the math @ 4,000 Pump RPM, Be 8000 RPM @ the crank .
750 HP Alcohol.


Faster the engine turns more the more fuel volume it puts out.


My preference.
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Only disadvantage is long term corrosion issues by absorbing water.
Yep, anyone that's ever left 10% alcohol gas in their weedeater/chainsaw/hedge trimmer all winter will learn this lesson. The good news is that it's easier to change the carb than to clean all the white, powdery mess off the needles and jets. No, Sta-Bil doesn't help. Nowadays I just run them out of straight gas/oil with no alcohol. No problems last 3 years.

Corn liquor is for drinking, not for running engines.

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Faster the engine turns more the more fuel volume it puts out.
Like most other pumps until cavitation limits it. Some of us went past third grade math.

It's pretty cool how you always seem to change the subject when someone wants to see those pretty Ti rods or cam pics. If I had Ti rods I'd show everybody. Maybe "your" rods are vampire rods. When you try to take a pic they just disappear.
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Yep, anyone that's ever left 10% alcohol gas in their weedeater/chainsaw/hedge trimmer all winter will learn this lesson. The good news is that it's easier to change the carb than to clean all the white, powdery mess off the needles and jets. No, Sta-Bil doesn't help. Nowadays I just run them out of straight gas/oil with no alcohol. No problems last 3 years.

Corn liquor is for drinking, not for running engines.



Like most other pumps until cavitation limits it. Some of us went past third grade math.

It's pretty cool how you always seem to change the subject when someone wants to see those pretty Ti rods or cam pics. If I had Ti rods I'd show everybody. Maybe "your" rods are vampire rods. When you try to take a pic they just disappear.

Well such as in a Torque Tube Corvette a Radiator & Intercooler is only 1/2 as Big full square frontal area as your SS Impala or my Old Trans Am.
Using Alcohol as Fuel Lowers IAT's.
Allows you to burn more fuel for more Torque & HP.


You need to use Nickle coated Aluminum AN Fittings for Meth & Alcohol.


Nitromethane is mixed with Methanol alcohol.
It can be done with gasoline but a mixing agent must be used.


Why in The Fuck would I give my Isky camshaft profile exact specs away online ?
No one is paying me to.
I am the only that knows.
Going Racing.
No Racer gives his camshaft away.
Be a Dumbass Motherfucker Gunny.
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Yep, anyone that's ever left 10% alcohol gas in their weedeater/chainsaw/hedge trimmer all winter will learn this lesson. The good news is that it's easier to change the carb than to clean all the white, powdery mess off the needles and jets. No, Sta-Bil doesn't help. Nowadays I just run them out of straight gas/oil with no alcohol. No problems last 3 years.

Corn liquor is for drinking, not for running engines.



Like most other pumps until cavitation limits it. Some of us went past third grade math.

It's pretty cool how you always seem to change the subject when someone wants to see those pretty Ti rods or cam pics. If I had Ti rods I'd show everybody. Maybe "your" rods are vampire rods. When you try to take a pic they just disappear.

You really need to stop by Grumpys site more often.
Been posting my shit there for years now.


Here Ya Go.


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