<---- new username. '84 is goin' to the scrap heap in the spring so I figured I'd just change it now.
Thanks 306! You got the major points for me already. Most of the rest is in my sig, specifics on my webpage.
I'm not quite where Jeff is but I bet I'm sure I've got less wrapped up in it too......maybe less than you have in pistons and cam alone. I pop by your page occasionally Jeff just to see how the combo progressed. Tremendous numbers man!! Congrats on a job well done. Shows what kind of power only 200cfm of flow thru the heads can make.
Sorry....no flow numbers. I'd be amazed if they were over 210 on the intake tho. I really didn't do a hell of a lot.
Things to note..........still haven't tuned jetting or timing at the track. Only made about 4 passes each of the two times I went this fall. All runs on street tires w/ hellacious wheel hop past the 60'. It's killing ET a LOT and hurting mph for sure so I'll have better numbers in the spring.
Also........the car is driven daily year 'round. Including winters.
Your unported numbers are just about in line with what my heads flowed, and the motor made 465hp on the engine dyno. My numbers are just a tad higher, probably due to the valves and valve job that the heads have on them. Although I will say that the flow bench that I normally use is known to be pretty stingy.
I'm running 105 mph w/stock GT-40s and a stock Cobra cam, hopefully will be over 110 when the engine is done. P's flow a little better (despite smaller exhaust valves) than Cobra GT-40s, so I'd go with a 2030w/1.6s or 2031 w/1.7's, just pay attention to valve/piston clearance. Mine's now got a 2031, but I haven't got any runs due to a rod knock and needing longer pushrods. I'm switching to GT-40x's and a healthy compression boost anyway, so my mph will see a definite boost.
I'd stick with the 24# injectors, as long as you have a healthy pump (155 or 190) and an adjustable regulator, just dyno her to make sure you are straight.
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