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#55571 - 10/15/06 11:58 PM The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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This is the thread where everyone can share their desktop dyno information, people without the program can request dynos of their engine and people can post their dyno results.

Note: I put it in the General area so it's not deleted in a month.


1986 Monte Carlo SS. Family owned 1987-1999; 2004-present, rust-free Florida car, L69 with TPI, B&M shift kit, 3.73 posi, new PUI interior, t-tops, lowered 2", refinished stock rims, Goodmark cowl hood, and amber DRL's.
#55572 - 10/16/06 12:01 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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heh wana do mine?? what information do you need...and i havent gotten my hands on my ss yet, its still my bmw


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#55573 - 10/16/06 12:02 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Just need all of the blue info on that chart that you can fill out.


1986 Monte Carlo SS. Family owned 1987-1999; 2004-present, rust-free Florida car, L69 with TPI, B&M shift kit, 3.73 posi, new PUI interior, t-tops, lowered 2", refinished stock rims, Goodmark cowl hood, and amber DRL's.
#55574 - 10/16/06 12:17 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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willing to help


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#55575 - 10/16/06 12:37 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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I have Desktop Dyno and would be willing to help also... My 350 for my Regal Desktop Dynoed at 274hp and 376 lb. ft. of Torque \:D I know its not exact but its close \:D \:D


1987 Monte Carlo SS- Off The Road For Restoration... Then Street/Strip action when done!!!
1987 Chevy Caprice Wagon- New Daily Driver. Olds 307/TH-2004R/2.73s

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#55576 - 10/16/06 12:43 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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My dad's LT-1 Camaro Z28 came out at 437 HP @ 6500 RPM and 368 ft-lb of torque at 6000 RPM.


1986 Monte Carlo SS. Family owned 1987-1999; 2004-present, rust-free Florida car, L69 with TPI, B&M shift kit, 3.73 posi, new PUI interior, t-tops, lowered 2", refinished stock rims, Goodmark cowl hood, and amber DRL's.
#55577 - 10/16/06 12:59 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Would like to know my setup if possible please. Here is the info
bore 4.040 by 3.48 stroke
Edelbrock 60899 heads 2.02 1.60
670 street avenger carb on an RPM air gap manifold
Hooker full length headers
Crane 113801 cam 224/234 @.050 .467in/.494ex

Thanks guys


1985 SS white, 357 CI, Crane Cam, Edelbrock alum heads and intake, Holley Street Avenger 670, MSD billet dist, MSD 6a, MSD 8975 box, Hooker Ceramic Coated full length headers, Flex-a-lite fans, March Serpentine pulleys and mounts, Flomaster 50's, TCI TC and Street-fighter trans kit, Quick Performance 9" 4.10 Tru-Trac, Edelbrock plate system
#55578 - 10/16/06 01:22 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Quote:
Originally posted by Capitalsfan:
Would like to know my setup if possible please. Here is the info
bore 4.040 by 3.48 stroke
Edelbrock 60899 heads 2.02 1.60
670 street avenger carb on an RPM air gap manifold
Hooker full length headers
Crane 113801 cam 224/234 @.050 .467in/.494ex

Thanks guys
PM Sent


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#55579 - 10/16/06 01:45 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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any one have desktop drag-strip?


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#55580 - 10/16/06 02:06 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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I would like to see what it says about mine.

Bore 4.165
Stroke 3.75
11.6:1 compression
heads world sportsman II with 2.02 1.96 64 cc
solid roller 251i 261e @.050 .598i .625e 106 lsa
edelbrock super victor intake
holley 750hp carb
3 inch dual exhaust

need anything else?


88 turbo'd ss
#55581 - 10/16/06 02:19 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Quote:
Originally posted by ssmnt408:
I would like to see what it says about mine.

Bore 4.165
Stroke 3.75
11.6:1 compression
heads world sportsman II with 2.02 1.96 64 cc
solid roller 251i 261e @.050 .598i .625e 106 lsa
edelbrock super victor intake
holley 750hp carb
3 inch dual exhaust

need anything else?
PM Sent


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#55582 - 10/16/06 02:51 PM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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How about stock '85 L69 motor. 9.5:1 CR with:
Cam - Gross valve lift (I/E): 0.447 / 0.454
Duration @ 0.05 (I/E): 212 / 218
Lobe separation: 110.0
This is the Comp Cams XE256 w/their stamped rockers (1.5:1) and stock replacement pushrods.
Exhaust - 2.25" duals w/flowmasters
Let me know if you need anything else.
Thanks,
Larry.


85 SS
#55583 - 10/16/06 04:20 PM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Quote:
Originally posted by MIboy:
any one have desktop drag-strip?
Yes.


'83 Cutlass...project cheap...11.40's so far on a budget

'76 Jeep CJ5...430 SBC on spray
#55584 - 10/16/06 05:01 PM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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how well does it work?


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#55585 - 10/16/06 09:27 PM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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How about doing my Big Block?
Bore-4.280
Stroke-4 inch
Displacement-461 CI
Heads-# 14096188 rectangular port open chamber
Chamber volume-119 cc
Compression ratio-10.5:1
Intake valve-2.19
Exhaust valve-1.88
Factory dual plane high rise intake manifold
Headers w/1 7/8 primary and dual exhaust
Mighty Demon 800 Dbl Pmp
Comp Solid Roller XR280R
.646 intake lift
.653 exhaust lift
242 intake duration @ .050
248 exhaust duration @ .050
110.0 degree lobe seperation
Intake valve open @34 deg btdc,close @ 66 abdc
Exhaust valve open @ 77 deg bbdc,close@ 29 atdc


GuysMonteSS '86 SS,513 BBC,AFR Heads,UDHarold/Bullet Custom Solid Roller Cam,706 lift,255/263 @ .050,Jesel Shaft Rockers,Balanced & Blueprinted,Doug Nash 4+1 5 Speed,Hurst In-Line Shifter,Ford 9 Inch Rear,SC&C Street Comp Stage 2+ Front End Kit...
#55586 - 10/16/06 10:30 PM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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PM Sent


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#55587 - 10/17/06 01:39 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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How about a 406 SBC?
Stroke- 3.75
Bore- 4.155
Heads- Dart
Intake Runners- 200cc
Comp. Ratio- 11.3:1
Int. Valve- 2.02
Exh. Valve- 1.6
Int. Manifold- Eddy RPM Air Gap
Headers- 1 5/8" primaries 31" long, 3" collector 9" long
Carb- Eddy 800cfm vac. secondary
Cam- Eddy RPM
Adv. Duration- 308*/318*
Duration at .050"- 234*/244*
Lift- .488"/.510"
LSA- 112*

Thanks.


1988 MCSS 427 SBC and changing all the time

please use chyaitsbear@yahoo.com for email thanks
#55588 - 10/17/06 01:52 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Quote:
Originally posted by MIboy:
how well does it work?
Probably about as well as Desktop Dyno does. Seems to be fairly close, but who knows. Send me your engine files along with the rest of the combo (trans,rear gear, stall speed, etc.), and I can try them out. There is an '82 Monte Carlo on there, so it at least has a pretty close setup.


'83 Cutlass...project cheap...11.40's so far on a budget

'76 Jeep CJ5...430 SBC on spray
#55589 - 10/17/06 02:05 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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info sent, let me know if you need anything more TIA


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#55590 - 10/17/06 02:23 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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I have a 5 speed manual TKO-600, can I play desktop drags and dyno too? I can't see the blue too good...I guess I can copy everone elses specs and sub with my own....



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#55591 - 10/17/06 02:24 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Quote:
Originally posted by Bear88ss:
How about a 406 SBC?
Stroke- 3.75
Bore- 4.155
Heads- Dart
Intake Runners- 200cc
Comp. Ratio- 11.3:1
Int. Valve- 2.02
Exh. Valve- 1.6
Int. Manifold- Eddy RPM Air Gap
Headers- 1 5/8" primaries 31" long, 3" collector 9" long
Carb- Eddy 800cfm vac. secondary
Cam- Eddy RPM
Adv. Duration- 308*/318*
Duration at .050"- 234*/244*
Lift- .488"/.510"
LSA- 112*

Thanks.
PM Sent


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#55592 - 10/17/06 02:26 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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just sub your info with what bear listed and I'll run it


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#55593 - 10/17/06 02:55 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Quote:
Originally posted by MIboy:
Quote:
Originally posted by Bear88ss:
How about a 406 SBC?
Stroke- 3.75
Bore- 4.155
Heads- Dart
Intake Runners- 200cc
Comp. Ratio- 11.3:1
Int. Valve- 2.02
Exh. Valve- 1.6
Int. Manifold- Eddy RPM Air Gap
Headers- 1 5/8" primaries 31" long, 3" collector 9" long
Carb- Eddy 800cfm vac. secondary
Cam- Eddy RPM
Adv. Duration- 308*/318*
Duration at .050"- 234*/244*
Lift- .488"/.510"
LSA- 112*

Thanks.
PM Sent
Thanks man!


1988 MCSS 427 SBC and changing all the time

please use chyaitsbear@yahoo.com for email thanks
#55594 - 10/17/06 04:23 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Quote:
Originally posted by ssmnt408:
I would like to see what it says about mine.

Bore 4.165
Stroke 3.75
11.6:1 compression
heads world sportsman II with 2.02 1.96 64 cc
solid roller 251i 261e @.050 .598i .625e 106 lsa
edelbrock super victor intake
holley 750hp carb
3 inch dual exhaust
4.56 gears
3800 stall
200-4r trans
275/60/15 dr's(28x9)

can you do mine in the virtual drag thing? if you need more just let me know.

Thanks, this is pretty neat!


88 turbo'd ss
#55595 - 10/17/06 10:46 AM Re: The Official Desktop Dyno Thread  
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Quote:
Originally posted by MIboy:
just sub your info with what bear listed and I'll run it
ok I will do this tonight...thank you



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