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    gimmie an estimation

    i have a nova ladder bar car weighs around 2800 4:88's 31x14 tires. a pump gas 496 eagle rot assembly je pistons dart 320's 284.294 726.714 solid roller strip dominator intake 950 hp holly glide with 5500 stall and break. what might i expect to run 1/8 1/4? thanks
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    1/8 - 6.90's to 7.0's




    no charts or formulas used here.


    let us know what it runs
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    my 3000lb.,590 lift oval port 468 ran 6.60's. I say 6.40's

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    Aluminum headed 477 on alky 9.90's 1/4 mile.


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    i would be very happy if it would go mid 6's but it is pump gas motor
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    But its light,has good heads and cam combo.A friend has a 10.5 comp.468 with 781 ovalports unported,714 lift solid cam made 616hp.and 588 lb.tq on gas

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImBack
    my 3000lb.,590 lift oval port 468 ran 6.60's. I say 6.40's
    pump gas motor ? :shock:
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    no it was low comp. but i never tried it.You can get good power from a pump gas motor.

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    yeah bjuice i cant afford race gas i almost cant afford 92. my ride does pull street duty not alot but some. what ever it runs i can say and mean the wife drove it to get groceries thats not gonna happen but it could..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by kw89425
    yeah bjuice i cant afford race gas i almost cant afford 92. my ride does pull street duty not alot but some. what ever it runs i can say and mean the wife drove it to get groceries thats not gonna happen but it could..lol
    thats Cool..i wish you luck..

    but just to clear somthing up..normally when you hear someone say or use the term pump gas..its understood the motor is Low compression.

    let us know what you run...if you run mid 6's and drive this on the street ..then you have some good stuff going on...

    and i hope you do.


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