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Old 12-23-2004, 01:48 PM   #1
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Post N.O.S. 250+ shots

What do I need: Goal 8500rpm

Compression ?
Cams ?
Intake runner length?
which system?


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Old 12-23-2004, 02:39 PM   #2
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To answer thos questions , Need to know more of what your goals are

In my opinion that is to much nitrous and can but will be hard to do

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Old 12-23-2004, 06:09 PM   #3
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Total Goal is +- 450hp, I'd say get the engine to put out 180hp+ and 250hp N.o.s.
custom intake to keep maximum VE possible.
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Never do it , What Octane are you wanting to do this on

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Old 12-23-2004, 07:31 PM   #5
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if you wanna run that kind of nitrous, I'd suggest the crower "stroker" kit. it costs about $4k, you get forged pistons, any compression you want, billet connecting rods, and a billet crankshaft, cut to any stroke you want within reason. you could probably stroke the engine a bit so you wouldn't have to run such a heavy shot of N2O
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I have to agree with TOM, aweful big hit. Direct port would be a must, no nozzzles here, and some kind of nitrous management to bring it in slowely, and of course a very stout engine...I think a turbo set-up would be easier..I wonder who you could talk to about that?????Also remember you will be running on c-12 fuel or better no pump gas possible
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using the best pump gas 93 octane what can be possible.
There are several companies that make NOS controller, Holley, etc.
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is it really needed to use a billet crank, doesn't the stock crank is good for 450hpw?,. I was planning to use, steel main caps ARP bolts , Crower HD rods,10.5-1 pistons, ported head 1mm overzise Ferrea valves, Crower cams #62503-2, custom alumminum intake 16" runner goal to get max VE at 7000-8000rpm, ect.
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Old 12-24-2004, 03:45 PM   #9
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now what do you consider "good for" to mean? I take it to mean handling the power with reliability. sure the stock crank can handle 450, but for how long? I know Tom has run a huge amount of power on the stock crank, but what kind of mileage can we expect the crank to last under that kind of stress? not to mention your main bearings and con rod bearings will wear out sooner, resulting in a loss of oil pressure and premature demise of your motor. 250 is just too big a shot to run on a stock crank in my opinion. I'd rather dish out the extra cash and KNOW that I can beat the hell out of my engine than wince every time I reach for that little red button.
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If you were looking for that big of shot, I would think it would pretty much include a complete engine prep, replacing every part with aftermarket. I would also think forged rods pistions and cylinder sleeves would be necessary, as well as a built crank. THe big dilema is puting this power to the ground if you were somehow ever to do it. A built tranny with a huge heavy clutch, as well as having the tranny prepped would be in order. However, I think if went all motor, you could obtain 200hp approx, then get away with a 15shot of nitrous on pump gas, but most likely a 100 shot would be safer. This car would not be drivable daily though.
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