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Old 02-20-2008, 10:03 AM
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Thats great, keep us posted on the results.



I never herd how your stroker project turned out. Did you getthat customcrank to work? I was a little worried about that deal, since there was a crank sensor involved.
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Thats great, keep us posted on the results.



I never herd how your stroker project turned out. Did you getthat customcrank to work? I was a little worried about that deal, since there was a crank sensor involved.
On that Crank that I sent Falicon to get strokedand this month makes it 1 yr that they had it and still has it.I got in touch with them a week or so ago and they told me the forging process for the rods and whats taking so long...
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This thing is going to be a monster if everything works out. I am looking forward to hereing more about it.
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Every DGR head/cam set-up to date has registered 58-60 rwhp on various dyno's. That up from 41-44 rwhp stock on the same dyno's. This can be acheived with just a head swap and some compression increase from milled heads and cylinders. Last time I checked, head porting, cams, milling, and a PC3 was way under $2000, which is half of a turbo cost. cc1999 never had the proper A/F ratio when he tried cams before. Without the proper map loaded in a pc3 you will not make much power and you will foul the plugs in about a minute with a 9-10 AFR idle. The front and rear cylinders can't run on the same map either, they have to be mapped with O2 sensors individually. The turbo route will make 80-90 rwhp for more cost, but for woods riding, it is hard enough getting 60 rwhp to hook up. Sand drags might be a better application for turbo's and nitrous.

I would like to hear about the Wood's cams, last I heard they couldn't get them to work right? Any updates?
The turbo will make almost double that! The turbo, new, costs around $700., the ecm costs $400. hooking it all up and tuning it,.......Priceless!!!
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