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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  richter69 on June 2nd 2012, 11:46 am

I didn't have timeto tune the carb any, I made one hit n/a, It left real soft but ran the same mph as the alky inj...........I'm sure with tuning it would pick up some. I put the hose to it and thats when the Q shines, with my t/u I was running with the c16 enriched plate along with the alky in it gained a good bit of et and mph........I wont say how much. Nick dont go looking for the vids on youtube, BigRob was at El Reno filming the smalltown weekend race................. Wink

I upped the jets 2 sizes and I gotta go fix my HeRo oil pan now....................its my fault really I didnt have any timing pulled out with the 7531 to keep the car from trying to flip over backwards.
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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  John Myrick on June 2nd 2012, 11:58 am

Hey Jon, you selling your alky stuff now ? Razz
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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  Barney on June 2nd 2012, 12:00 pm

richter69 wrote:I didn't have timeto tune the carb any, I made one hit n/a, It left real soft but ran the same mph as the alky inj...........I'm sure with tuning it would pick up some. I put the hose to it and thats when the Q shines, with my t/u I was running with the c16 enriched plate along with the alky in it gained a good bit of et and mph........I wont say how much. Nick dont go looking for the vids on youtube, BigRob was at El Reno filming the smalltown weekend race................. Wink

I upped the jets 2 sizes and I gotta go fix my HeRo oil pan now....................its my fault really I didnt have any timing pulled out with the 7531 to keep the car from trying to flip over backwards.
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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  richter69 on June 2nd 2012, 1:00 pm

John Myrick wrote:Hey Jon, you selling your alky stuff now ? Razz


yes sir............




I sold my barrrrrs, I gotta put a timing map back in the 7531 lol.

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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  Moodyblues on June 2nd 2012, 1:15 pm

richter69 wrote:
John Myrick wrote:Hey Jon, you selling your alky stuff now ? Razz


yes sir............




I sold my barrrrrs, I gotta put a timing map back in the 7531 lol.


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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  richter69 on June 2nd 2012, 1:24 pm

On a real good race engine I think gas and mech inj both are about the same if you get the tune right, on a lesser engine the alky will show more gain, on a nos engine the gas shows more gain.

To say one is better over the other for every application is wrong, it will work on either, some better on some.

Pick your poison lol. I will say I can buy 5 drums of alky for one drum of Q.............. Neutral
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Post  Barney on June 2nd 2012, 1:45 pm

richter69 wrote:I didn't have timeto tune the carb any, I made one hit n/a, It left real soft but ran the same mph as the alky inj...........I'm sure with tuning it would pick up some. I put the hose to it and thats when the Q shines, with my t/u I was running with the c16 enriched plate along with the alky in it gained a good bit of et and mph........I wont say how much. Nick dont go looking for the vids on youtube, BigRob was at El Reno filming the smalltown weekend race................. Wink

I upped the jets 2 sizes and I gotta go fix my HeRo oil pan now....................its my fault really I didnt have any timing pulled out with the 7531 to keep the car from trying to flip over backwards.
I have a pretty good idea how much it gained you don't need to post it... Wink
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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  KY JELLY on June 2nd 2012, 2:09 pm

One will always do better than the other , considering the tune and delivery is correct
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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  richter69 on June 2nd 2012, 2:09 pm

Barney wrote:
richter69 wrote:I didn't have timeto tune the carb any, I made one hit n/a, It left real soft but ran the same mph as the alky inj...........I'm sure with tuning it would pick up some. I put the hose to it and thats when the Q shines, with my t/u I was running with the c16 enriched plate along with the alky in it gained a good bit of et and mph........I wont say how much. Nick dont go looking for the vids on youtube, BigRob was at El Reno filming the smalltown weekend race................. Wink

I upped the jets 2 sizes and I gotta go fix my HeRo oil pan now....................its my fault really I didnt have any timing pulled out with the 7531 to keep the car from trying to flip over backwards.
I have a pretty good idea how much it gained you don't need to post it... Wink

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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  cool40 on June 2nd 2012, 7:07 pm

lol,if you got a video post it! i like to see oil pan damage. Laughing
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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  Barney on June 2nd 2012, 7:28 pm

Bumpers are cheaper than oil pans, and they will keepmyounfrom flipping.
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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  richter69 on June 2nd 2012, 11:32 pm

cool40 wrote:lol,if you got a video post it! i like to see oil pan damage. Laughing
I had a go pro in the car, my comp sux will upload it at work lol
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Re: Gas vs Alky........

Post  5pointslow on March 15th 2013, 11:44 pm

some good info in here
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