Yes its all balanced right down to the pressure plateThanks.
3700 rpm is higher than I would want for peak torque, but as I said the curve is very broad. Would be interested to see what torque is from off idle to 3,000 rpm, since that is where I do 98% of my driving.
That should be a great street/highway motor though. Did you balance the rotating assembly so that you can spin it above 4,000 rpm every day?
Id like to try some boost, and some big valves. something for another day. This thing pulls pretty good thoughThat's pretty nice. I think that's about what cammed 2fe's are putting out. Personally I think if your going that far, might as well add some boost to it. But that does add more components to a engine bay which not everyone wants always. Would probably get u over 300hp though.
yes this in on an engine dyno. I would like to run it on a chassis dyno if I can. The most noticeable difference is the way it pulls hills, and the big difference in fuel consumption. My customer is checking the milage after a few tanks , and seems to be getting 16 mpg. in his fj40 wich is way better than my stock fj60!Neat to see one on an engine dyno. I'd be very interested to see a direct comparison with the same long block but the 3FE manifolds and multi-point injection and a tune-able ECU, more could definitely be made with more modern runner design and tuning.
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