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Post  all junk on February 28th 2010, 3:12 pm

i know its small but how much power and boost can i make with this engine and procharger its a stock block (milodon splayed 4 bolt) 8.8/1 comp. kasse scj comp blower solid roller c4 trans. 9 inch 40 spline axles 28/10.5 m.t 82 notch 3050 lbs. i was told i could make 1000h.p. at the crank with ease im only looking to run mid to low 9s best on motor in the 1/8th is 6.26 113 mph. any help thanx
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Re: 523 bbf with f-1 procharger

Post  the Coug on February 28th 2010, 3:19 pm

the only problem I see is the c-4


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Post  Maddmattmustangs on February 28th 2010, 7:30 pm

hate to say it but i agree with coug the C-4 has to go.
i personally have seen a case on one of those snap behind a 850 hp smallblock. Shocked
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Post  all junk on March 1st 2010, 8:11 am

the c4 is 1 of the ultamite mitey mites if that makes a difference with an aluminum bellhousing i hope that helps
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Re: 523 bbf with f-1 procharger

Post  windsor on March 1st 2010, 9:24 am

you can always replace a tranny, so if you want to give that a shot with the C4, go for it.

From your combo, you could far surpass what you're attempting to do in terms of both power and ET. With a stock block you'll be pushing the limits, however.

Do you want to drive this on the street? If not, I say ditch the blower (or use it for a small block) and just up the compression and cam specs, et voila, low 9's you're looking for.
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Post  whatbumper on March 1st 2010, 12:04 pm

all junk wrote:the c4 is 1 of the ultamite mitey mites if that makes a difference with an aluminum bellhousing i hope that helps

Doesn't help.

If the engine is any good an F1 Procharger can make up to about 1400hp. They work great on 1000hp street cars too. The blower is not the limiting factor.

1000hp would be relatively easy with lower boost levels and be pretty reliable. I have seen low 5's at that weight with an F1 so mid 5's would be easy.

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Re: 523 bbf with f-1 procharger

Post  all junk on March 1st 2010, 2:54 pm

im trying to run in the 5.75 heads up class we have here local the motor has 10 lbs. pullys on it now cant get it down the track spins to bad i have a bigger blower pulley coming droppin to 5 lbs. i was told 10 lbs. of boost on my set up is probablly around 900 now my ignition is msd 6-al can i get the car to run what im looking for with that ? i have locke dthe timing at 26 total degrees still spins like hell
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Post  all junk on March 1st 2010, 3:01 pm

and also what are the limits of a stock block? im only looking to get around 750 - 800 hp to the wheels is that to much you think?
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Re: 523 bbf with f-1 procharger

Post  the Coug on March 2nd 2010, 1:34 pm

you should be able to get that hp without any forced induction at all many of us are making in access of 850 N/A and don't need no Blowers or hair dryers....



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Post  bruno on March 2nd 2010, 1:43 pm

you are going to have to make atleast 1000 plus at the crank to get 800 to the wheels Wink
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Re: 523 bbf with f-1 procharger

Post  Tony M on March 3rd 2010, 1:02 am

all junk wrote:the c4 is 1 of the ultamite mitey mites if that makes a difference with an aluminum bellhousing i hope that helps

I agree. sounds like a fellow Dynamic racer. Very Happy ran one of those for may years in a 3000lbs 69 mach going 8.70's @ 158mph with over 850hp and 0 problems. Wish I still had that car ! Sad
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i do

Post  all junk on March 3rd 2010, 9:21 pm

i do run the car in some true street races thats why the procharger so i could keep compression down 5.75 e.t. would take how much power do you think and i also run a 4.30 gear you think thats to much maybe whats causing it to spin like hell on the launch i was told to go to a 3.25 or 3.50 would work the best any ideas on that?
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Re: 523 bbf with f-1 procharger

Post  richter69 on March 3rd 2010, 11:02 pm

That gear is too damn steep for what you have and a c4, you need to stick like a 3.55 or 3.73 in the deal....................but mighty mite or not the tall gear is gonna get the c4 hatin' life. Even a glide would want a taller gear with that tire.

Unless the car is real heavy you don't need 800 rwhp to run the numbers you need to.
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Post  EVE on March 9th 2010, 9:00 pm

all junk wrote:and also what are the limits of a stock block? im only looking to get around 750 - 800 hp to the wheels is that to much you think?

The only problem my stock block had at 1016rwhp was a little cap walk. By bone stock I mean 2 bolt main with a girdle and no oiling mods. I will be switching to an A460 block for this year though.

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Post  EVE on March 9th 2010, 9:03 pm

the Coug wrote:you should be able to get that hp without any forced induction at all many of us are making in access of 850 N/A and don't need no Blowers or hair dryers....



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That 850 horse N/A engine isn't making a 100 mile round trip like a turbo car can.

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Re: 523 bbf with f-1 procharger

Post  Barney on March 9th 2010, 10:01 pm

Ive been faster than those times enough to fill a shoebox with timeslips with a stock block, rotating assembly, and C4. If thats the equipment you have use it until you can upgrade. At some point failure will be enevitable, but the same goes for high dollar stuff too.
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Re: 523 bbf with f-1 procharger

Post  2POWERADDERS on January 20th 2013, 11:37 am

i like the whole procharger with a bbf idea....badass
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