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935 Dyno Pull

Check out the 935 dyno pull on YouTube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPfK_BispVo


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HOLY CRAP!! I really didnt know what to think of that guy and his shop all these years, as it really seemed like the numbers had been close to unbelievable...but OMG, that was awesome!!!
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Hey! it's our friend Micke from this recent thread

Cis monster

Great vid. Say what u will about the guy and his numbers... sure builds a sweet-ass old-skool motor. Respect.
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Looks like a vote for unequal length short headers.
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wow! thats some real HP....... now any guess on what that cost?......
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Pretty awesome to say the least..
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Hey! it's our friend Micke from this recent thread

Cis monster

Great vid. Say what u will about the guy and his numbers... sure builds a sweet-ass old-skool motor. Respect.
By the looks of it, I think that answers our question on how he got over 600hp on that CIS car. Hard to doubt his claims with a demonstration like that. Now only if he would show a dyno on that stockish CIS car pulling over 600hp, that would be cool.
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Good Lord!
Just the setup alone must of took a chunk of time to complete.
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thats just about the same HP of mine
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Good Lord!
Just the setup alone must of took a chunk of time to complete.
Cool hand in that download. He mentions Titanium rods in motor. I guess...... with that much torque & HP would be money well spent. The factory went there with less HP than he is getting. Nice of him to mention that, along with the improvements of a higher output oil pump to get oil volume circulating better and the improved flat fan for that air & oil cooled motor.
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WoW! I think Micke's cred just took a BIG jump upwards!
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That was awesome Ta930 Thanks for the post!
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Nice video! Ck. out the write up in this mo. EXECELLANCE mag on Eddie Bellows car. The 1157 hp. is rear wheel on a street car
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Looks like a vote for unequal length short headers.
Have you noticed 13:1 AFR (!) at 800HP?

Cue: right staple indicator on dyno-operator monitor.
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Nice video! Ck. out the write up in this mo. EXECELLANCE mag on Eddie Bellows car. The 1157 hp. is rear wheel on a street car
On a Dyno Dynamics chassis dyno, doesn't really count. Don't flame me,i know his car is very fast, but you can't trust the crap chassis dyno's churn out. They don't load the engine properly for a start. He will not have that much REAL horse power, once heat sets in it will struggle to be in the 800 crank HP range. Still very impressive
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Have you noticed 13:1 AFR (!) at 800HP?

Cue: right staple indicator on dyno-operator monitor.
With high octane race gas that would be a good AFR for power and laps per fuel fill.
I used be around those motors everyday when I was working at Gunnar Porsche in the mid eightees and I think that intercooler and plenum was for Kremer bodywork.

I asked how much horsepower they made back then and Kevin said around 750-800, but you could turn the boost up to around 900hp for one gear shift to pass another car and then you had to turn the boost back down to avoid burning a piston.
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That 935 motor rocks!!

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On a Dyno Dynamics chassis dyno, doesn't really count. Don't flame me,i know his car is very fast, but you can't trust the crap chassis dyno's churn out. They don't load the engine properly for a start. He will not have that much REAL horse power, once heat sets in it will struggle to be in the 800 crank HP range. Still very impressive
Have been in car- it now makes every bit of 1,200+ and the car speaks for itself. I was at the dyno pull when it made those numbers and can tell you it was not "corrected" or "control X'd" DynoDynamics count just as much as the Mustang or dynojet- those can get "corrected" as well. Any way (anyone who knows physics please chime in) there is no way to make his car go that fast in the standing mile (226 mph) without that power.

Im not flaming you, Im just setting the record straight that Eddie B. does and still has the fastest, most powerful 911 on the planet.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CwlJaeKQ_k
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GT 30-40.. thank you for that...
if anything mustang and dynojets are the ones that are suspect...
it is all to common for people to ""correct"" power numbers.. a properly adjusted
chassis dyno is just as correct as any other way you can dyno..
and eddie bellows car would give a 1100+ rwhp hennessey viper a run for its money in the standing mile.. and i doubt thats possible with a BS 1157 hp..

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