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Old 09-24-2019, 07:56 PM
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hey guys, Iíve been trying to find a place to look up dyno sheets from stock to mod or just the bone stock versions of your everyday engines you see at the track to help me decide on my next engine!!

I really want to see the Adam drake B21 stock numbers along with the top picco (based) engines and also what orion and werks (b7 KORTZ edition) engines have going on, along with Novarossi flagship engine and whatever mod engines that are genuinely good mills we have that run great these days.

If you have sheets stock or mod post them please for us to discuss how the power delivery comes on and whatís best. I typically run a track that is watered early and gets a great line left dry.
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Old 09-24-2019, 09:13 PM
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Send an email to the guys over at Murnam

https://www.murnanmodified.com/index...formation_id=4
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And then you have the graphs of the power curves and the max HP readout. Are you the one who can optimise those things on the track?

For sure with offroad the driver, the tires and car setup plays also a huge role over the engine powerrrrrrrr.
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I think it would be cool to put it in perspective where these engines aline with one another, seeing if two certain engines have certain qualities that others donít. Then seeing the number curves etc between stock and mod, I havnt been able to see that on engines we have available today. I have seen older Novarossi engines dyno charts but itís been awhile since Iíve seen anything on the new engines u see a lot of people running and thatís what I want to see.
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Find AMR engines on facebook or threads brom Neal at Clockwork engines
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