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    750hp Gen 3 All motor

    Thanks again to Kevin at Exotic Engine. This Gen 3 motor was still making power at the 6500rpm rev limit.
    Most interesting is that this was done with modified production Gen 3 heads and intake, no Gen 4/5 Conversion
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    He is am EN-Genius. He created a 850HP VCC engine a while back for Roberts Racing.... motor is still racing pro in South Africa
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    Impressive! Thanks for posting!
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    Impressive results !
    Is it on pump gas 93 octane ?
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    Wow, really great DAN!! Look forward to hearing more at Willow this weekend
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    Just to clarify. This is on 96 octane fuel as the engine is 11.0 to 1. Also this engine wont pass emissions in any state. I will be getting comparable Dynojet numbers on this car. As Scot at Prefix reminded me that
    hub dyno's tend to read a little higher.

    Very positive results though from my previous experiences, looks like small changes in cam/head combinations can yield much better results.
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    Incredible! Would have loved to hear a video of that thing on the engine dyno!
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    Well done Dan!! Congrats.
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    I have Greg Good Gen 3 Heads and Cam on my G2 and make 100hp less. Im wondering if I need more lift or what. Im 236/240 .607/.617 on a 114+4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiner View Post
    I have Greg Good Gen 3 Heads and Cam on my G2 and make 100hp less. Im wondering if I need more lift or what. Im 236/240 .607/.617 on a 114+4
    Go any bigger and you might find drive-ability could suffer. 640-650 RWHP on a NA Gen 2 is outstanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99RT10 View Post
    Go any bigger and you might find drive-ability could suffer. 640-650 RWHP on a NA Gen 2 is outstanding.
    How are we getting that kind of power out of a 8.0L ??


 

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