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Old 05-26-2010, 06:07 AM   #16
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thanks stubbs. Very imformative.
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Its actually not torque in the analogy tho that moves the wall if you hit it at speed, its kinetic energy Sorry couldnt resist.

Nice work on the mill too btw!
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You'll never know how LOUD and scary a dyno pull is till you've stood beside on at 30,000+ Rpm.
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You'll never know how LOUD and scary a dyno pull is till you've stood beside on at 30,000+ Rpm.
I've stood outside the dyno window on a 2000+ horsepower supercharged Pro-mod engine. That is loud and scary!

Great work on the modded B5! I'm sure you'll be seeing more of them in the future.
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Sounds like it might be time for Maximo to get his own thread I would absolutely love to see dyno graphs on as many engines as possible, it would make it so much easier to compare engines and decide on which one to get. Right now you have to just rely on everyones opinion, and that is to dang sketchy for my taste. Great to see you got your dyno up and going Maximo!
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Sounds like it might be time for Maximo to get his own thread I would absolutely love to see dyno graphs on as many engines as possible, it would make it so much easier to compare engines and decide on which one to get. Right now you have to just rely on everyones opinion, and that is to dang sketchy for my taste. Great to see you got your dyno up and going Maximo!
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Nice work on the dyno Neal!! You may get flack for it not being a X-dyno but for personal testing, who cares. It looks like it will work well for you as it shows the modifications do make improvements over the stocker. The actual numbers may vary a little from dyno to dyno which is expected but at least you now have a good measuring stick
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Sounds like it might be time for Maximo to get his own thread I would absolutely love to see dyno graphs on as many engines as possible, it would make it so much easier to compare engines and decide on which one to get. Right now you have to just rely on everyones opinion, and that is to dang sketchy for my taste. Great to see you got your dyno up and going Maximo!
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NICE WORK Neal! I'm glad to see the dyno is up and running and can't wait to see what other mills are doing. GOOD STUFF!!
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Old 05-26-2010, 11:29 AM   #23
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nice to see what i have coming....
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Its actually not torque in the analogy tho that moves the wall if you hit it at speed, its kinetic energy Sorry couldnt resist.

Nice work on the mill too btw!
Actually, according to the Work-Energy principle, Torque and KE would be interchangeable in this case....."for a straight-line collision, average impact force x distance traveled = change in kinetic energy". Torque was used in the initial analogy, which is a bit misleading because it is normally stated as a measure of rotational work, not linear work. It is however, still work over a given distance, so the term can still technically be applied.

And I agree...good job on the dyno. I'd like to see curves for all of the various engines to end the "which one is better" debate once and for all. It would be very nice to figure out a good way to monitor air/fuel ratio though, so that tuning variables can be removed from the equation.
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Old 05-26-2010, 01:24 PM   #25
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Thank you for the kind words guys ! now hurry up and buy some of my engines ! I need to eat ya know LOL

Getting a dyno up and running has taken me almost a year....lots of setbacks and unforseen challenges to overcome to get this far.... I do feel we now have a very good dyno that will be an invaluable tool for advancing my products....
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And for those asking, here is our website ! still a few details to iron out so be patient if you notice any errors..


http://www.clockworkracingengines.com/
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The site looks great Neal, and seems to run fine from what I can tell. The Werks will be my next mill so you can get one ready for me for when I get back
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Old 05-26-2010, 01:38 PM   #28
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nice to see what i have coming....
Get some grippy tires dude ! this engine bangs pretty good ..
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Old 05-26-2010, 01:48 PM   #29
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neal the site looks great man
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Old 05-26-2010, 02:26 PM   #30
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What mods were performed on the engine? How's the run time after modding?
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