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Old 01-09-2010, 15:22   #46
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Anyone remember Dave Gammons VI ? Can't remember BHP, but 488 lb torque on stock VI internals for 7 years and around 40k miles inc several trackdays, 2.2 bar boost iirc before he sold it on...
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Old 01-09-2010, 17:42   #47
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Anyone remember Dave Gammons VI ? Can't remember BHP, but 488 lb torque on stock VI internals for 7 years and around 40k miles inc several trackdays, 2.2 bar boost iirc before he sold it on...
Good god, that is

More to go in mine yet then
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Old 01-09-2010, 19:00   #48
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Good god, that is

More to go in mine yet then
Power was a good bit less than torque... 440ish i think. Some Evo400 hybrid turbo, Piper cams, Gems ECU. Stock head, internals etc and last I heard still going strong
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Old 01-09-2010, 19:30   #49
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Your dyno graph is dated 14/11/2008, has your car been running that much power and torque since then till now (today)??
He is safe. His torque is reasonable.
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Old 02-09-2010, 12:30   #50
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He is safe. His torque is reasonable.
Does anyone else agree with this quote??

Is there anyone in the UK running 500bhp on a stock block evo??
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Old 02-09-2010, 12:40   #51
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Does anyone else agree with this quote??

Is there anyone in the UK running 500bhp on a stock block evo??
You!. 500 is only 5% percent over your 474Hp. It is the same.

Pistons and cilinders are safe at this level. Good tunners offer the rod conversion up to 550HP (pistons really stand more) because at this level the car is supossed to achieve big torque. Rods are safe, too, if you keep the torque reasonable. But if you want 500/500, you'll probably go into problems.

500/500-> problem
450-500/400-> OK (good map of course, AFR, EGT, detonation at correct values)

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You!. 500 is only 5% percent over your 474Hp. It is the same.

Pistons and cilinders are safe at this level. Good tunners offer the rod conversion up to 550HP (pistons really stand more) because at this level the car is supossed to achieve big torque. Rods are safe, too, if you keep the torque reasonable. But if you want 500/500, you'll probably go into problems.

500/500-> problem
450-500/400-> OK (good map of course, AFR, EGT, detonation at correct values)
I know me and you!! but i want other peoples input also, hence the thread in the first place
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There are a lot of people with lots of abuse in the 450Hp range.

If I'm right, I think Knoxville, with his evogrened V was at 440HP/450lb-ft?

480Hp over 450HP is only a 6,6% more.
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Old 05-09-2010, 16:25   #54
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Anyone remember Dave Gammons VI ? Can't remember BHP, but 488 lb torque on stock VI internals for 7 years and around 40k miles inc several trackdays, 2.2 bar boost iirc before he sold it on...
i like the sound of this is there anymore with power/torque like that ??

Tim
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Old 06-09-2010, 19:30   #55
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410/410 stock block 8 MR
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Old 16-09-2010, 21:07   #56
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Time to bump this one up guys/gals, any more figures out there please??

Kind regards Andy
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Old 17-09-2010, 05:01   #57
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420 lbft and 440 hp
hks gtII 7460 turbo
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1.7 bar

next tank of fuel I'm gonna map for e85, keeping torque the same but increase hp. Basically hold the same torque for longer and higher rpms
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Old 14-09-2011, 20:26   #58
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Thought I might bump this old thread up to see fresh thoughts...

So keep the torque around the 400ft/lb mark and you're pretty much safe it seems, hopefully?!
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Old 14-09-2011, 20:40   #59
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surely some of these engines are on a wing and a prayer with some of these figures

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A stroker's not exactly standard bottom end tho is it!!
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