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Dyno Numbers are in...

482HP and 485TQ, car ran out of fuel @ 5200RPM, this is @ 11PSI, Trick Flow Heads, F-Cam, Holley Intake, w/ 42lb Injectors and 255LPH InTank. 62mm Hellion Turbo Kit, Stock Block 302.

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looks like a s/c dyno doesnt it?
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How much timing was you running and on what fuel?
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14 degrees timing, unsure of the fuel?
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Why only 14 degrees?
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I wanted a safe tune and more timing wouldn't help the fuel situation and would put me over 500hp and I don't feel comfortable there with the stock block. I just want a fun street car.
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14 degrees timing, unsure of the fuel?
That's total timing, right? I didn't think you were running much timing....With your setup and boost level, you could be over 500 easy at about 18* total....
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Yes total, it tops out at 14, we tried 15 but only saw a 4hp increase and like I said I was looking for a very conservative tune, I'm not trying to break any records.
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I have the same kit you do. It kicks ass. You definetly have more torque available than what's on the graph.

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Nice numbers. Get yourself a fuel system and injectors and you should surpass the 500hp and 600tq department.
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probably 100ft lbs. more available with just timing and the same fuel set-up and it would still be safe.
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Wow that's crazy, I am going to upgrade to 60's and I would like to go with a 255lph in line pump, do you think that would do the trick for my fuel issue?
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you better think about somthing a little bigger at least an A1000 , if not a bigger pump, a inline pump is just band-aiding a problem and get some fuel rails if you don't alreay have them, anything over 500hp and your rolling dice with stock lines, and stock rails

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Save your money, 42's, 255 in tank and stock lines and rails will be enough to split the stock block anyway. Thats all I've been running, 3rd summer now.
and just 36's.45psi of fuel. I quess erich306 would say I'm rolling the dice!

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Very nice with that little of timing!

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very similar to my old numbers before I did the fuel system. After I did the fuel system, a1000/lines/reg/rails, I picked up some power. I made 520whp with a c4. your timing is 14 without the spout right? then you put the spout?
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Heres a quote from my tuner from another forum:

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It's actually 15 degrees 3500 and up for now, when it went to 14 it dropped 11 rwhp so it definitely liked the timing and its about 24 to help it spool in the lower rpm area with the fuel system limitation I didn't feel pushing it would be a great idea. As for boost he said he saw 11 on the street, and I saw around 11-12ish on the dyno so they match up.
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how do you know you ran out of fuel? did the pressure drop?

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It started to go lean, look at the graph.
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saw the graph, easy fix if you have enough fuel with chip tuning.

my car with a 255 hp intank drops to 25 psi at 5200+ rpms and goes super lean. 255 inline with 8an and 6an going on this week if i have time.

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Anyone try the boost-a-pump device to get more voltage to the in-tank pump?
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shouldn't go lean with 42's at that level, must be fuel system fo sho....

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Anyone try the boost-a-pump device to get more voltage to the in-tank pump?
If you need to increase voltage to a fuel pump to meet your needs, then you just need to buy a bigger pump.....Putting more voltage to it will only over work it and kill it.....Kinda like injectors...No need to work 42's, for example, at 110% duty cycle just to meet your needs......Just get bigger....
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shouldn't go lean with 42's at that level, must be fuel system fo sho....

The amount of power you can make with 42's and a 255 pump varies from car to car. With my 10psi novi 2k setup, i ran out of fuel with 42's and 255 at 512/444.

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