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Old 11-20-2019, 02:33 PM   #1
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Old 11-20-2019, 03:15 PM   #4
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Damn. That sounded sweeeeet! It also sounded like it was sputtering or laboring pretty hard around the end of the pull before it went full 11K. I wonder if that was valve train related, or if that was a result of the "load" portion of the dyno?
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Damn. That sounded sweeeeet! It also sounded like it was sputtering or laboring pretty hard around the end of the pull before it went full 11K. I wonder if that was valve train related, or if that was a result of the "load" portion of the dyno?
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Good god, can you imagine the centripetal force needed to keep all those parts together winging to 11k? That's insane. I've got to read up on this build!
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