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Unread 11-15-2008, 07:49 PM
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not bad for a 15 year old 302.
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Unread 11-15-2008, 08:26 PM
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I would've been happy with anything over around 280 at the wheels, so I'm pleased. The V6 car still has more power and better flexibility (boost will do that), but this should be enough for its intended purpose until I manage to destroy the stock shortblock.

The speed limiter has also now been disabled. Running out of steam around 115-120 should no longer be an issue.

I'll try to post the sheet on Monday, since it's easy to find a scanner at work.

edit: As an aside, it hit a ~14:1 A/F during the first pull. That's much too lean for prolonged WOT operation, and (since it's the same MAF and head/cam differences don't affect the transfer function much once you're WOT at moderate RPM) was probably also an issue when I still had the stock heads. I'm surprised that never caused any problems, because it certainly should have.
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On our way back from the beach, we were trying to decide where to eat dinner. At that moment, we were passed by a Rendezvous with the Ohio license plate "ASK GOD." So we did, and we ended up at some shitty Texas roadhouse-style place. Next time, I pick.--AchTTung

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On our way back from the beach, we were trying to decide where to eat dinner. At that moment, we were passed by a Rendezvous with the Ohio license plate "ASK GOD." So we did, and we ended up at some shitty Texas roadhouse-style place. Next time, I pick.--AchTTung
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