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Calling all expert horsepower guesstamators...

I'm just bored waiting for my car to get finished being put back together, I have a ton of new parts and am so curious to know what kind of power I will be making, so here goes the list of goodies...

Stock 302 Block Rebuilt w/ ARP Rod Bolts and all new bearings, rings and re-hone
Hellion Turbo Kit w/62mm Turbo (Intercooled)
F-Cam (Dialed in 4 degrees retarded)
Billet timing chain
Twisted Wedge Heads (Marginally ported to 1250 gasket with some bowl work)
CompCams 1.6 Roller Rockers and .600 Lift Springs
Holley Systemax Intake (Unported)
BBK 70mm Throttle Body and Spacer
ProTube Mass Air Sensor for blow through Turbo application
42lb injectors, 255lph intake fuel pump
BBK Adjutable Regulator
MSD 6AL, Blaster Coil, FRPP 9mm wires, plugs gapped @ .30
Smog Delete and A/C Delete
No Cats, Bassani CatBack Exhaust
Electric Fan

Drivetrain:

Tremec TKO600
McCleoud Stage 3
Steel Bellhousing
Aluminum Driveshaft
5Lug Conversion
3.27 gears
2003 Cobra Differential
No C-Clips w/ 9" Axles Ends welded on the 8.8
SVO Girdle

Misc:

HiFlow WaterPump
3G Alternator
Fluidyne Radiator
Stock Distributor

Suspension:

Subframes
MM Adjustable Lowers
FMS Uppers
2" Drop (Springs Unknown)
KYB GR2's (No Quad Shocks)

Will be running 9-10lbs of boost, car is mainly for street driving, what's your guess on HP, TQ and 1/4 mile times w/ drag radials, I know you can't accuratley guess, this is just for fun and to keep me occupied.


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thats is going to be a fun street car .....if you can get it to hook on the dr's i would say low 11's probally high 10's are doable ......nice combo


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500RWHP should be easy...


I made 460RWHP & 515RWTQ with a Hellion 62mm, stock shortblock, cam, GT40 irons and a cobra intake with a tremec 3550

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You'll make enough power to break the block that your using 500rwhp would not be to hard to achieve and thats enough to break that stock block
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Maybe I should turn the boost down to around 7psi so I don't make over 500hp then, that's what I have been worried about. It'll be on the dyno in about 3-4 weeks after the 300 mile break in.
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I made 460RWHP & 515RWTQ with a Hellion 62mm, stock shortblock, cam, GT40 irons and a cobra intake with a tremec 3550
How much boost?
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How much boost?
9 psi...I made more power with the 306 I put in it, you can make a turbo car live with a stock block because you don't have to spin it that hard....rpm's kill blocks

just watch your timing and A/F ratio, thats why a dyno tune is almost a must

good luck you gonna love it!

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I've had the car for almost a year now, I just blew the headgaskets, the motor was stock except for an e-cam, it was plenty fun before, I didn't have it tuned though, this time I will, it ran off of total timing and fuel pressure, it lasted quite a while like that fortunately.
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