First Test-N-Tune with new 427 SBC Stroker

Old 03-04-2010, 01:41 PM
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Default First Test-N-Tune with new 427 SBC Stroker

The new Dart block 427 SBC stroker is running and I took it to the track last weekend. First time out with some easy passes and on a slick track it went 9.30s @ 144.8! So, I believe it has 8.90s potential once I get everything sorted out and get on a good track in a few weeks.

Here are the engine components; Dart Pro-1 230 heads, Stahl 1-7/8" to 2" step-tube headers, Comp custom roller, Jesel shaft rockers, JE 14.4-1 pistons, CompStar 6" rods and Dragonslayer 4" crank. Also, Demon 820 and all N/A (no juice).

Here are some video links from last weekend. Turn-up the speakers and let me know what you think!!!

Warren

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Old 03-04-2010, 04:17 PM
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Lookes and sounds good Warren. It that off the foot brake ? Oughta be a bad ass ride w/ a trans brake.

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EXCELLENT!!!!!!
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Warren, car sounds good, leaves nice also
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Originally Posted by gnsrule
Lookes and sounds good Warren. It that off the foot brake ? Oughta be a bad ass ride w/ a trans brake.

Craig
Thanks for the nice comments and your ride is totally bad-to-the-bone!!! I love the 1993-02 Camaro body style, check out my race space.

The 9.30 was foot-braking and flashing the converter off 2000 RPM. I've got the full electronics package with trans-brake, but I've been running in No-E for the past few years and plan to stay in No-E this season. Possibly have the fastest No-E car around here. :shock:

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Originally Posted by cncmotorsports
Warren, car sounds good, leaves nice also
I bet you know where the short-block assembly came from!!! :roll:

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Warren, car sounds good, leaves nice also
I bet you know where the short-block assembly came from!!! :roll:

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LOL I sure do..

We wish you the best of luck..
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Originally Posted by cncmotorsports
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Warren, car sounds good, leaves nice also
I bet you know where the short-block assembly came from!!! :roll:

Warren
LOL I sure do..

We wish you the best of luck..
You guys at CNC did a really great job on my new stroker short-block assembly, also on the custom cam selection!!!

I'm really excited with how well it's running and can't wait to run it all-out on a good track.

Thanks again for building me a really great short-block assembly.

Warren
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Beautiful car Warren. I hope to someday get to meet you. That track scares the crap out of me when it is cold. Maybe someday you can come a little further north and east. Have fun and be safe.

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Originally Posted by doorracer
Beautiful car Warren. I hope to someday get to meet you. That track scares the crap out of me when it is cold. Maybe someday you can come a little further north and east. Have fun and be safe.

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Curtis,

Good to hear from you! I'm also looking forward to meeting you, hopefully we'll run into each other this summer. I might come up to Tulsa for a bracket race, it's been about four years since I've been there.

The track at TVRP is really scarey now, I got a little loose last Sunday just before the 1000 ft at 140 MPH+. I let off and it straightened-up, however my butt was really puckered-up!!! I was in the center of the lane, but there isn't a groove established just yet. I'm going back to the track this Sunday for another TnT, if it doesn't rain.

Warren

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