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Next time race him around a corner!

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that happened to me to
this truck was a srt-10 (viper v 10 engine)


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well apparently you were snookered, I think a small block 350 was an option, with mild upgrades it could easily kick your a$$ as you found out...time to save for the turbo or supercharger! BTW have you ever had your car custom tuned?
Yeah when I did the PI swap I had it custom dyno tuned

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Weren't you the one that had the crazy dynosheet where the torque and horsepower didn't cross at the right spot?

My car made 266 with stock manifolds, stock cams, just bolt-ons. That's low for a PI swapped, cammed car.

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Weren't you the one that had the crazy dynosheet where the torque and horsepower didn't cross at the right spot?

My car made 266 with stock manifolds, stock cams, just bolt-ons. That's low for a PI swapped, cammed car.
Yeah that is me. I am still trying to figure out why my HP was so low. When I had it dyno tuned the speedometer was way off could that be the reason for low HP. I am having my cylinders checked to see what compression i am making. If I make low compression does that mean its time for new pistons?

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I am having my cylinders checked to see what compression i am making. If I make low compression does that mean its time for new pistons?

I am not sure about these 4.6's but sometimes you can get away with just doing rings if the compression is too low

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