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Old 05-16-2004, 10:55 PM   #11
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Your right I just looked at it. Well, the shift points will be changed accordingly to whatever Scott suggests. I'm doing the single chain rollmaster timing chain as well and Big Jeff says the valve train should run to 7grand and be very reliable. 6000 grand shift points are awesome but scary, cant wait to see what 6600 feels like .
6 grand may be scary when you're used to our drivetrain, but they aren't that bad in the realm of consumer engines. I have to rev above 5k just to get my moms camry moving on the freeway. Stupid I-4....

So why not get new heads with the cam. You gotta take it all off anyways.... Then you can sell stock heads with 1.9'* in them.
Its not so much the 6grand its that its 60mph before the shift. Holding first to like 70 with the cam is going to be a rush. To bad all those civics and mustangs have to shift at 35 As for the heads 2 things, not enough money and not enough tranny
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Then do heads, stage 2 cam, and tranny lol... Add it to the tab @ intense.

0-60 in one gear will be nice on the times....

I can't wait to hear 8-ball do a 7000rpm shift....
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Well I was going to take mine to the dyno machine even though she'* stock, just to see.
But now I really have hp & torque envy... and I really don't feel like it... :(

Thanks... thanks a lot Rogue.... lol....

BTW.... nice numbers....
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Well I was going to take mine to the dyno machine even though she'* stock, just to see.
But now I really have hp & torque envy... and I really don't feel like it... :(

Thanks... thanks a lot Rogue.... lol....

BTW.... nice numbers....
Everyone needs a baseline. I can post my 3.4/cai dyno if it will make you feel better If nothing else do it for the experience....
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Your right I just looked at it. Well, the shift points will be changed accordingly to whatever Scott suggests. I'm doing the single chain rollmaster timing chain as well and Big Jeff says the valve train should run to 7grand and be very reliable. 6000 grand shift points are awesome but scary, cant wait to see what 6600 feels like .
I would shift at 6600 and raise the limiter to about 6900-7000 with the 1X cam. My Dads shift points on his GTP (stock cam, 1.9:1 modified stock rockers, 85lb. springs, Intense OR pushrods) are 6200 and his rev limiter is 6600 rpms, never been to the limiter and don't plan to, but it should hold up that high...the weak point is the valvetrain and thats been mostly taken care of. And the power does drop off at a little after 6000 with the stock cam, however if you strech the shift points out to 6200 it will be in the powerband when it shifts into the next gear, where at 6000 it won't be and you'll lose some time trying to get back into it.

And my redline is 5500rpms on my engine, and the STOCK rev limiter is 6212rpms....712 rpms over redline...and I've hit it a few times too...but according to the dyno the power falls off a lot at ~5900rpms so I shift it at 5900-6000rpms at the track (I manually shift so it doesn't shift at 5500) However with my new cam my power shouldn't fall off until the rev limiter or later!!! Time to get the limiter raised.

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257fwhp = 321 HP crank
332wtq = 413 ft/lb crank
Awesome... how much more can that tranny handle?
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257fwhp = 321 HP crank
332wtq = 413 ft/lb crank
Awesome... how much more can that tranny handle?
I dunno, it hasnt even given the inclination that its thinking about acting up. Still feels pretty strong. I'm guessing its going to be a whole nother story after the cam. We shall see.
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Cool, best of luck with that! :crosses fingers for you:
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you shouldnt shift right at the power peak. There was an article about how transmissions worked and stuff and with all the gears, you have to shift a little after the peak to get that power to the wheels. It sounds odd, but if you think about it, it makes sense.
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Holy cow.....how'd I miss this one? Great numbers, Rogue. Love how flat those curves are!

May god bless what'* left of your trans At least until after Bonniefest!
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