E/T, HP Estimation Thread

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Re: E/T, HP Estimation Thread

Postby 86s10blazer327 » Sat May 13, 2017 12:06 pm

Generation: Gen I sbc
Motor Size: 377
Juice: N/A
Timing Curve (initial and total): 36 total
Compression: 11.9 to 1
Air Induction: Cowl hood with some rough attempts at isolating
Air Conditioned: nope
Carburetor: Modified 3310-1 holley 780
Intake: Port matched RPM Air-gap
Heads: Aluminum Pro-Topline 200cc
Head Extras: Lots of porting, 2.05/1.6 back cut titanium valves, comp steel 1.6 roller rockers
Camshaft (specs or cam card link please): comp cams solid flat tappet 12-678-4
Cam Retard/Advance: 0
Headers: 1" 5/8s with 3" collector long tubes
Exhaust: 3" pipes to hooker mufflers
Transmission: Super T-10 4 speed
Converter Stall Speed: N/A
Tranny Extras: Nickel Gears, Steel midplate, Kevlar blend 11" clutch
Rear Gears: 3.70
Posi, spool, or open diff: Trac-loc Posi
Tires/Slicks: Nitto 555r 275/60/r15
Traction Adders: home made Cal-tracs
Weight: Not sure. 86 blazer with no center console or rear seats, other than that it's a full interior. Maybe 3200-3300#s?

I don't know what to expect out of it. I know it would probably like a 4.10 or 3.89 rear gear but this is going to be driven on the street fairly regularly and I didn't want to go too high without an overdrive. Maybe close to 500hp is what I was aiming for power wise but E/T I don't know. Do you think this'll get me close to 500hp and maybe a low 12 1/4 mile?

Thanks in advance,
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Re: E/T, HP Estimation Thread

Postby Rickracer » Mon May 15, 2017 12:07 pm

86s10blazer327 wrote:.... Do you think this'll get me close to 500hp and maybe a low 12 1/4 mile?

Yes to the power number, (I'd say somewhere between 450 and 500), and if you can get it to hook, then yes to both. :thumbup:
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Re: E/T, HP Estimation Thread

Postby 86s10blazer327 » Mon May 15, 2017 4:14 pm

Cool Rick, thanks a lot. :D
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Re: E/T, HP Estimation Thread

Postby Rickracer » Tue May 16, 2017 11:22 am

My motor makes about 430 hp, and has been 12.24 @ 109, on regular street radials and 7-11 pump gas, :thumbup:
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'93 S10 SB,RC, Comp XR276 Hydraulic Roller, Vortec head 363, 400 + hp, built 700R4, JW 2800 stall lockup converter, 3.73 posi, disc brake, narrowed 8.8 Exploder rear, LS Camaro front discs, Cal-Trac clone traction bars, Best N/A passes to date: 7.76 in the 1/8th, 12.24@109.27 mph in the 1/4, gonna spray it one of these days... :mrgreen:
76 Chevy Vega Drag Car, TWIN TURBO 355, P/G trans w/ brake and JW 4000 stall vert, 4 link back half, narrowed 9", 3.50 gears, 29.5x10.5W ET Drags. Best time9.669 @ 139.79, Latest video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S59riYn ... ata_player
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Re: E/T, HP Estimation Thread

Postby WassCustom » Mon Jun 12, 2017 1:15 pm

Generation:First
Motor Size:406
Juice:Not yet
Timing Curve (initial and total):
Compression:11.1
Air Induction:dual inlet
Air Conditioned:no
Carburetor:750 proform DragRace series
Intake:SuperVictorTall
Heads:034 Iron
Bowties64cc208-164
Head Extras, (if you have flow specs, or a link to flow specs, that would be great, heads can make as much as a 50~75 hp difference, ):
Camshaft (specs or cam card link please): Advertised Duration (Int/Exh): 298/308
Duration @ .050 (Int/Exh): 259/269
Gross Valve Lift (Int/Exh): .561/.582
LSA/ICL: 106/102
Valve Lash (Int/Exh): .018/.020
RPM Range: 4200-7500
Includes: Cam & Lifters (#70992-16)
Cam Retard/Advance:
Headers:17/8long tube
Exhaust:none
Transmission:Powerglide
Converter Stall Speed:4400
Tranny Extras:transbrake
Rear Gears:4:10
Posi, spool, or open diff:Spool
Tires/Slicks:28/10
Traction Adders:torquebars
Weight:2800
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Re: E/T, HP Estimation Thread

Postby Rickracer » Mon Jun 12, 2017 6:40 pm

I would guestimate around 550 HP and around 11.40s, 8)
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76 Chevy Vega Drag Car, TWIN TURBO 355, P/G trans w/ brake and JW 4000 stall vert, 4 link back half, narrowed 9", 3.50 gears, 29.5x10.5W ET Drags. Best time9.669 @ 139.79, Latest video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S59riYn ... ata_player
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Re: E/T, HP Estimation Thread

Postby lowblazin94 » Mon Jun 12, 2017 6:54 pm

Some better flowing aluminum heads will get you close the 10's and let that thing breathe better. Good heads for now, but some 215s will take advantage of the upper RPM range.
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