You want to keep the ground electrode from becoming too hot. If it gets too hot, it can contribute to preignition. You don't want preignition. A...
I nominate BCR8ES. Except that I would cut the ground electrode back a bit. Too long for my liking.
If the fuel table is sloppy and you're depending on a lot of correction to hit your a/f numbers, then you'll of course have to take the correction...
Depending on your particular cam/engine combination, you should be able to see where peak torque is by looking at the rpm point, regardless of the...
This is the best picture of the water pump mounting I could dig up out of the old pictures.
The water pump is not mounted right against the frame,...
I believe I have mine mounted closer to the radiator than that, leaving the idler bolts clear.
Well, you probably won't be able to make it down this way today then, unless you're planning on something around 10:00 pm.
I can be. What time do you think you might be around?
How about a theorist who lays it all out and backs up his theories with timeslips. Now that is something that really peaks my interest. Most are...
Because I was able to get by without the dyno. Plus, it's always interesting to see how far sims and calculators have come.
Now there are devices...
Mine is mounted on the frame near the lower radiator outlet, like your first idea. I'll try to remember to post a pic.
Making progress. Good.
A lot will depend on you, more than the car, IMHO.
Blowdown is starting a little earlier, overlap is more with the blue line. It's difficult to calculate the area under the curve by just looking at...
Let me rephrase that. Take the car to the dyno!
Just leave everything alone. You just might do 10s the way it is. Take the car to the track!
Then you don't need such a big turbo!
And, you don't need Stage II heads!
And, you don't need a big cam!
Holy cow, Norbs. You're killin' me.
Add to your equations:
Tire growth percentage
Torque converter slippage
Go with a completely different engine cid, camshaft, heads, turbo combination.
How about twin turbos?
On the street with a 4.10 gear, when that turbo does come online, the gear is going to get you in trouble.
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