580ci a460 head & a 460 block

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Re: 580ci a460 head & a 460 block

Post  tconnection on April 10th 2016, 9:56 pm

Well men, I finally made it to the track and tested the car. Just 2 peace of passes. Gotta get some seat time. Mainly was seeing if the engine was gonna make good power and the suspension go straight. I feel both did better than me. My second pass ever since I built the car was with Boosted GT and yea he skinned my ass.lol! Ofcourse I was half cocked but I'm gonna get right.

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Re: 580ci a460 head & a 460 block

Post  FalconEh on April 10th 2016, 10:29 pm

tconnection wrote:Well men, I finally made it to the track and tested the car. Just 2 peace of passes. Gotta get some seat time. Mainly  was seeing if the engine was gonna make good power and the suspension go straight. I feel both did better than me. My second pass ever since I built the car was with Boosted GT and yea he skinned my ass.lol! Ofcourse I was half cocked but I'm gonna get right.

cheers I was wondering if you were ever going to run it...Congratulations, how did it feel, what did it run.
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Re: 580ci a460 head & a 460 block

Post  tconnection on April 10th 2016, 11:24 pm

Thanks! We'll I didn't really get a time. I figured I'ld practice on a pro tree and I left to early on the first pass and just on and off the pedal and the same on the second pass. I just dropped the transbrake sending it back to get checked out. It felt good. No butterflies and wasn't nervous. I only spinned it to bout 5500. I'm going to 7000 neXT time out.

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Re: 580ci a460 head & a 460 block

Post  tconnection on October 27th 2016, 7:54 pm

I've been testing my car as well as getting some seat time. My last test Pass which was alike the rest, piece of a pass, I launched at 3000 and backed out with end the 60 and went back to it went to 2nd and it broke the tires. But anyway 60 was poor 1.55, 330 4.304 at 78mph. Et was 6.80 at 91mph. With this activity, 60 time and et, can a better et be guested if ran all out?
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Re: 580ci a460 head & a 460 block

Post  6jeff6 on October 28th 2016, 7:50 am

In the 10s. Probably mid to high 10. I needed a 6.4 in 1/8th and caught a high 9 @ 138
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Re: 580ci a460 head & a 460 block

Post  tconnection on November 29th 2017, 5:13 pm

I finally made it back to the track. Things were a whole lot better. I made 3 passes. The quickest one was a 6.08, 60 ft 1.43 at 116 mph, and cost cross the quarter with a 9.9 at 108 mph. The 6.19 pass was at 119.8 mph. This is foot brake shifting at 6000 rpm. Im happy with it.

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Re: 580ci a460 head & a 460 block

Post  Dave De on November 29th 2017, 8:05 pm

We must be 580 brothers....
Looking at your data it appears that you've got traction problems that may be adding 4/10ths to your 1/4 mile ET. The MPH doesnt match the ET.
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Re: 580ci a460 head & a 460 block

Post  tconnection on November 29th 2017, 9:38 pm

Forgot to mention that I had got out of it good before I cross the quarter. That's why it was 108mph.

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