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My daily driver has 16 cylinders and 4400hp @ 1000 rpm....


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Now that is some useful information.

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Holy crap Darrell where'd you get all that info? 'cause hands down the best overall dyno comparo I've ever seen. I bet that puts a lot of myths to rest, lol. Thank you for the useful info and of course... Nicely done


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Holy crap Darrell where'd you get all that info? 'cause hands down the best overall dyno comparo I've ever seen. I bet that puts a lot of myths to rest, lol. Thank you for the useful info and of course... Nicely done

Dyno tests were courtesy of Richard Holdener. They came from his book 5 liter dyno tests. He recently did a cylinder head shoot out too.

My daily driver has 16 cylinders and 4400hp @ 1000 rpm....


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Many many thanks indeed. I've seen the book advertised, but I think I'll buy it now. Appreciate the great job, Darrell.
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Holy crap Darrell where'd you get all that info? 'cause hands down the best overall dyno comparo I've ever seen. I bet that puts a lot of myths to rest, lol. Thank you for the useful info and of course... Nicely done

Dyno tests were courtesy of Richard Holdener. They came from his book 5 liter dyno tests. He recently did a cylinder head shoot out too.
Has the cylinder head shoot out been published on a sheet like the dyno myths above? If so, can you post them?

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Has the cylinder head shoot out been published on a sheet like the dyno myths above? If so, can you post them?
If I could find the articles I could scan them. I'll have to look for them.

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good stuff. now im curious is that flywheel or wheel?
i kno it sounds stupid but im not sure. lol
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good stuff. now im curious is that flywheel or wheel?
i kno it sounds stupid but im not sure. lol

it's wheel




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i have one just about the same but its a 90

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This is a great bit of info. I wish I could get some friends to come over to this site and check this out. I'm about to start building another fox body vert here ina couple days. But it covers all of the basic stuff that gets done. Great post.
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I'm sure this is old....

But i'm very lost in all those numbers...
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Some of those make some pretty good power for what it is.

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That is definately useful. It's hard to find all that info.
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anyone know if there are more recent tables such as these?
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