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New Incon dyno numbers

I took my car to get a tune last weekend for the first time in the last 3 years. I am happy with the numbers.

520 whp
533 wtq

This is with an AFR of about 11.0 and total timing up top at 17 degrees. These dyno numbers are with 94 octane and 11.5 psi of boost. There was a problem that was evident though. The spark was blowing out above 5000 rpm which was causing the power to jump around. I have the plugs gapped about 0.035" and they said they should be about 0.028". The guys stated the car would have put down about 550 whp if it wasn't blowing out the spark. Not bad for a stock shortblock and cam.




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Incon 800TTi, AFR heads, Holley intake, stock cam
11.21 @ 124

480 whp, 520 wtq (10 psi)
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those numbers are awesome ...... what kind hp did it make before ? ....

i have to run my plugs at .025 gap and they are doing just fine rite now .

hows the overall combo ? i was thinking about going back to a stock cam and a systemax intake on mine


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The engine combo is in the sig. I run 42# injectors and 75mm MAF. What are you asking for in your first question?

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The engine combo is in the sig. I run 42# injectors and 75mm MAF. What are you asking for in your first question?
just thinkin about changing my set up to something a little more simmilar to yours thats all ...

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Did Don do the tuning. He mentioned doing an incon car last week up in akron. If I recall he said it was a fairly conservative tune as well. Great numbers! Gotta love these kits

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I don't remember his name, but he was from West Columbus.

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turbo cam would probably help smooth out
that 4,000+rpm power band too.

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I believe the spark-blow-out was causing the power to be so unsmooth up top.

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I believe the spark-blow-out was causing the power to be so unsmooth up top.
all those crazy up and down bumps above 5,000 rpm
are from spark blow out.

but notice how at 4,300 rpm your power curve levels out
from the nice climbing slope it was making before that?
That's most likely the cam starting to fall on it face in that rpm range
A nice turbo cam will continue that nice upward slope past 4,300 rpm.

No doubts your making AWESOME power though !!!! good work

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THNX........I am in the process of regapping my plugs. I spent an hour trying to get #3 out yesterday. I haven't even tried to get it back in yet. I am just going to keep the combo the way it is. I would go with a turbo cam if I get a stout shortblock. No point in putting $$ in this engine with a stock shortblock.


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