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Post  Lem Evans on Sat 27 Jan - 16:20



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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Lem Evans on Sat 27 Jan - 16:35



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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  BBFTorino on Sun 28 Jan - 2:56

That motor is looking real good, Sir!! Very Happy

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Lem Evans on Mon 19 Feb - 19:20

results





999.3 @ 6,500 RPM
1,007  @ 6,600 RPM
1,009  @ 6,700 RPM
1,013  @ 6,800 RPM
1,010  @ 6,900 RPM
1,011  @ 7,000 RPM
1,005  @ 7,100 RPM

The 315 stuff is good....real good!

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  68formalGT on Mon 19 Feb - 19:56

Damn!!! Nice numbers Lem and Phillip.
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Mike R on Mon 19 Feb - 20:11

Nice build Lem, can you give any details? Are the heads out of the box cnc ported, or did you rub on them?

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Nice numbers

Post  Gary Blair on Mon 19 Feb - 20:23

What cam and compression? Fuel?
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Lem Evans on Mon 19 Feb - 20:41

Gary Blair wrote:What cam and compression? Fuel?

It's Phillip's compression ratio and fuel so, you'd have to ask him.

It's my cam.

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  The Mad Porter on Mon 19 Feb - 21:41

Lem Evans wrote:results





999.3 @ 6,500 RPM
1,007  @ 6,600 RPM
1,009  @ 6,700 RPM
1,013  @ 6,800 RPM
1,010  @ 6,900 RPM
1,011  @ 7,000 RPM
1,005  @ 7,100 RPM

The 315 stuff is good....real good!


Very nice build gentlemen !!!

Guess that answers the "Will they support 1000 hp out of the box question" ...

...and at 6,500 rpm no less.   Cool  Cool  Cool

There is most certainly some more there by working the as delivered AFR intake.

Again nice build !!!



S


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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Lem Evans on Mon 19 Feb - 21:45

The cam is a bit different than usual.


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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  FalconEh on Mon 19 Feb - 21:58

"The 315 stuff is good....real good!"
"The cam is a bit different than usual"

Once again, a display of what is possible when the right combination of knowledge and ability is applied to ones craft. cheers
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  68formalGT on Mon 19 Feb - 22:15

How was the torque Lem?
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Lem Evans on Mon 19 Feb - 23:18

68formalGT wrote:How was the torque Lem?

840 lbs ft to 843.1 between 5,100 RPM to 6,000 RPM .

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  68formalGT on Tue 20 Feb - 3:51

Lem Evans wrote:
68formalGT wrote:How was the torque Lem?

840 lbs ft to 843.1 between 5,100 RPM to 6,000 RPM .

How did that compare to the 588" p-51 build you and Phillip did?
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  bigford632 on Tue 20 Feb - 7:53

Nice work guys. Were the heads and intake bolted on as is or did you do some port work on them?

Thanks,
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  dfree383 on Tue 20 Feb - 8:43

Got pleanty of good heads available, now we just need some better intakes to get some RPM to make more power.
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Lem Evans on Tue 20 Feb - 8:57

bigford632 wrote:Nice work guys. Were the heads and intake bolted on as is or did you do some port work on them?

Thanks,
Butch

The head and manifold castings were not modified.

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  jeffgfg on Tue 20 Feb - 12:05

Nice job Lem and Phillip!!! Nice numbers!!

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Carl on Tue 20 Feb - 12:13

Clearly a bogus marketing ploy. Rolling Eyes

(joking)

Impressive work. Congratulations!


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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  snuff98 on Tue 20 Feb - 12:30

Sounds like a great option for a really good bracket engine that does not have to turn high rpm.

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  Lem Evans on Tue 20 Feb - 13:18



Considering the oil pressure....who can correctly guess the inches of Hg the vacuum pump was producing?

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  snuff98 on Tue 20 Feb - 14:09

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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  STR-LGL-70 on Tue 20 Feb - 14:22

I just re-read through this build and maybe I missed it, but what is the bore & stroke?

Thanks, Sheldon
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  John Myrick on Tue 20 Feb - 14:25

Nice flat torque curve Lem. Any details of the combo ? I know it has the new AFR heads on it.
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Re: AFR BBF Head

Post  cool40 on Tue 20 Feb - 14:46

STR-LGL-70 wrote:I just re-read through this build and maybe I missed it, but what is the bore & stroke?

Thanks, Sheldon
I was wondering the same thing. study ok I just saw it on Facebook 598. Cool


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