Engine build in Porcupine Stage

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  1. muscl car

    muscl car Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Looks awesome , can't wait to see a video of it running
     
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    70Znut Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    After 2 months, finally got the engine back in the car !
    The smell of high octane is in the near future. :bowtie:
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    Nice, you should have a real nice TQ curve with lots of "meat" on shift recovery and excellent corner exit with that setup.
     
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    70Znut Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Yea, I'm really looking forward to some track laps to see how my lap time improved.
    There's a tentative vintage race June 6-7 at Sebring that's the first this year due to Covid-19 cancellations, probably wont make that but Sebring will have an event third week in July for Vintage class, that's what I'm shooting for.
     
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    Please share your lap time drops and the overall gains/advantages or difference in driving feedback vs your last setup.

    My next block will most likely be a DART SHP, I like the 4.125 bore to unshroud the valves like in your case.
     

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