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Hello from WI

Postby protractor06 » Thu Mar 30, 2017 7:00 pm

Hello to all. I have enjoyed this site for a long time and thought I better say hi. Also would like to thank the people who host and or maintain this site.Great job!! Just want to share what I have been doing with my 1992 I/C truck engine. Ok Its not a truck but the engine is in a pulling tractor and we are having alot of fun with it!! It s been about 5 years that I ve been pulling it and there are a number of things I have tried. Some of which originated from this site. First set up was bone stock. Dyno d 160 HP @ 2200 RPM. Next was max fuel screw. Two turns and bottomed out. 175HP@ 2200 RPM. Then I remove the electric shut off, gained 25 HP. Next was a set of marine 370s, 245 HP @2200. Rethreaded the fuel screw and turn in 3 1/2 turn from stock. Added a BW s360 turbo. with 42 " s of 3" intake pipe. 280HP@2200 and would lug like a little train. On my way to 485!! More to come. Have a good one. I wil try to load a pic.
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Re: Hello from WI

Postby CumminsPower59 » Tue Apr 18, 2017 9:16 am


Sounds like you got a good handle on things ;)

91 W350 SRW, 3.07's, NV4500, 370's, THD LPPP, Super HX40, 2nd gen IC swap, BHAF, Isspro's, 2" lift, 285's on 3rd gen 17"'s.
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Re: Hello from WI

Postby dazedandconfused » Mon Apr 24, 2017 4:35 pm

Welcome to the site.
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