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Scott Cook or anyone who may know, Goldie 393c?

September 2 2013 at 3:02 AM
Travis  (Login hrspwrphantom)
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Has the build sheet been posted anywhere? Did I read it correct with 607hp? What intake was used?

 
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Travis
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I see the intake is a tfc

September 2 2013, 4:11 AM 

What would you guess this 393c put out hp/tq wise with a smaller intake such as a torker or a rpm air gap?

 
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Scott Cook
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Intake

September 2 2013, 7:45 AM 

The Intake used was a TFC .
They are cast down here in Australia .
Yes that build was a mild street deal. 600+Hp
Hyd roller. Idles at 800rpm happy.gif

 
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Luc John Feilla
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393C cam specs

September 2 2013, 9:03 AM 

Scottdo you remember the cam spec's by any chance? i'm assuming your heads were used.

 
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Scott Cook
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Re: 393C cam specs

September 2 2013, 5:42 PM 

Hyd Roller
242°/245° .656/.645 lift 110LC - 106 ICL 1.75"Rocker

Yes my heads happy.gif

 
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Luc John Feilla
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Big cam

September 2 2013, 8:23 PM 

Thanks for the spec's - that is a big cam, beyond my personal limit for a street cam. Amazing results though. I wonder what RPM the motor peaked at.

Scott, I'm assuming your intake manifold is a good match for stock iron 4v heads compared to say a Blue Thunder ot Edelbrock Air-Gap?

 
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Travis
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In the cleveland world

September 3 2013, 6:06 AM 

The cam Scott used is very mild. If this was a W or a sbc, this would be a huge cam. Thanks Scott for posting the info.

 
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Luc John Feilla
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Mild cam?

September 3 2013, 8:29 PM 

Travis, by what standards? 9" - 11" inches of vacuum and no power brakes isn't mild to me. I bet that cam is on a 110 LSA and total overlap (advertised) is probably over 75 degrees. But, I guess that is what makes cam selection totally subjective, to what one man would think is mild, to another man is wild. "To each his own" as they say. Maybe the 393 cubes mellows it out, I don't know. But with a hydraulic roller the advertised has to be about 300 degrees duration if the .050 duration is 245.

Mild, in my opinion, should pull 15" of vacuum or more, have a slight "chop" at idle, or burble, at most. Think James Bond. A mild idle allows a well dressed and adorned woman to be happy to drive with her man as you pull up to the valet, and she is happy to be seen, not heard, from a quarter mile away.

Don't take this the wrong way, I'm not trying to insult you in anyway, it just seems like more than a mild cam to me.

 
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Scott Cook
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Re: Mild cam?

September 3 2013, 8:45 PM 

Its very mild.
13.5" VAC at 800rpm idle

 
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Luc John Feilla
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Re: Mild cam?

September 3 2013, 9:12 PM 

How is that possible? I don't get it.

 
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Luc John Feilla
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Wizards

September 4 2013, 12:50 PM 

You guys in Australia must be wizards. I'll have to consult you on my next build. That is an impressive result for being that mild.

Scott, how would your intake have fared on that build?

 
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Dan Nelson
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Re: Wizards

September 6 2013, 10:25 PM 

they use high compression an port velocity to get the vacuum back up.

 
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