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N/A carbed 331 hp & et numbers

i may change to carb as i posted earlier

does anyone have a set up close to mine CARBED ?

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AFR 185'S
11:1 COMP
COMP 242 @ .050 .555/.565 LIFT

5SPD
3.73'S

3200 #

113 mph 1/4

MINE MADE 340 RWHP-355FT TQ

if i can make more power carbed N/A then thats the way i wanna go ...thanks

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That is one tiny cam you have. I run 111 with 306 CI and P heads, I think you need to do some tuning and practice practice practice. Also ditch that 3.73 for a 4.10 or 4.30, are you running on slicks, DRs what kind of tire and what is your ET?


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That is one tiny cam you have. I run 111 with 306 CI and P heads, I think you need to do some tuning and practice practice practice. Also ditch that 3.73 for a 4.10 or 4.30, are you running on slicks, DRs what kind of tire and what is your ET?
THE CARS ALREADY BEEN TUNED
the car ran 12.50's w/ 2.3 60' @ 113 ..the track was very slick ...and i was running 275-40-17 M/T DR
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I have a carbed 331 I have been 10.98 at best in good air but runs 11 teens in decent air like summer/spring. You need a 4.30 gear in the rear. You have the mph to run 12.teens

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Need more information, that motor at that weight should go 118 or so.

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What size exhaust, what type of efi intake, size injectors and mass air meter?
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My efi 331 with 185's made 370 rwhp with that same cam.
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What size exhaust, what type of efi intake, size injectors and mass air meter?

my car has a 2-1/2 mac , bbk shorty's ,
trick flow track heat
36 lbs inj
80mm mass air
70mm tb
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I had that same exhaust then switched to mac 1-3/4 with 3" collector with a 3" pro-chamber and 3" mufflers picked up 17 rwhp.
had 30 lbs inj
76mm mass air
75mm tb
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mac 1-3/4 long tubes

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My efi 331 with 185's made 370 rwhp with that same cam.
i know my headers are hurting my numbers ..i have buddy's that gained 15 rwhp by changing to 1-3/4 long tubes

so you car made 370rwhp ? thats what i think my car should be making
what was the setting on the dyno ?

uncorrected ?
corrected?
SAE ?

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A friend of mine runs a carbed 331 actually a 327 not bored. He runs in the 120'mph range and 11.26 et's. He put down 397rwhp in a 92 coupe full interior car.
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