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Looking for a reputable machinist for a victor 2965 EFI conversion

Post  552BBF78Bronco on May 7th 2015, 3:37 am

Hi guys, I want to convert my 552 over to multiport EFI. I am currently running a Dominator Ultra HP 1150. I'd like to use the FAST XFI Sportsman multiport setup with a 4500 flange throttle body. I thought about trying the EZ-EFI 2.0 system, but don't want to use a 4150 adapter plate to make it happen. Also, I'll need fuel injector size recommendations. HP is in the 750-800 range based on my calculations. Ideally I'd like to send off my intake which I've already port matched and get it back with injectors and fuel rails installed so I can bolt it right back on.

Here are some quick build specs:

4.5 forged crank
6.7 H beam rods
4.420 forged pistons
P51 heads. 10.6 to 1 compression.
Lunati voodoo solid roller .675/.675 lift 285/293 duration. 110 LSA

Based my build on the 466ci 700 HP Kaase build featured in the 2007 engine masters magazine.

Shot out to Lem for the cam recommendation a few years ago. Works great btw. Ty.

And ty to those who respond to my post, much appreciated.

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Re: Looking for a reputable machinist for a victor 2965 EFI conversion

Post  SandHillsHillbilly on May 7th 2015, 3:59 am

((50 lb/hr x 8 cylinders) / 0.5 BSFC NA) x 0.9 for 90% duty cycle
(400/0.5)x0.9
800 x 0.9
720 HP

50 lbs/hr will be good for 720 HP
60 lbs/hr will be good for 864 HP

Check this guy out I haven't used him but he does a lot of conversions. There are some on here that have done them as well.
http://www.hotrodsolutions.net/

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Post  552BBF78Bronco on May 7th 2015, 4:33 am

Cool. Thank you. I've been on that site before, its just tough choosing a machine shop without speaking to someone that used them before. I will contact them and see what they can do for me. I'm really surprised Edelbrock is not selling a BBF EFI Victor intake. Guess the demand is not high enough.

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Post  jasonf on May 7th 2015, 6:45 am

I talked to Justin (whatbumper) about doing mine but I ended up buying a new intake already done. Give him a shout or send him a private message.

2JM Diesel & Fabrication - 903-486-7292
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Post  SandHillsHillbilly on May 11th 2015, 10:08 am

I have been following some of the work Nick Smithberg has been doing. He is not necessarily a BBF guy but does some excellent specialty work. His field is early Hemi related but does EFI conversions on all brand intakes.
I think this link will let you see some of his work, if it doesn't let me know and I will post some pics.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Smithberg-Racing/224572780930205?pnref=lhc
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Post  whatbumper on May 11th 2015, 1:50 pm

jasonf wrote:I talked to Justin (whatbumper) about doing mine but I ended up buying a new intake already done. Give him a shout or send him a private message.

2JM Diesel & Fabrication - 903-486-7292
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Thanks for the bump. Yes, we do these conversions regularly.

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