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Old 08-27-2009, 08:54 AM   #1
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I have a 2000 camaro.... weighs in at 3230 with driver
Just installed 800 hp 368 sb-2 motor
Bowtie block with roller cam bearings 4.152 bore
6.050 titanium GRP rods
Custom Cola crank 3.400
Custom JE pistions14.5 to one
Custom built solid roller cam shaft 814/768
Jessel rocker system,
SB-2 Nascar heads,Titanium valves flows 402
1.85,1.80 rocker arms
Carls....Competition trans , custom converter
10.5 tire 9in 410 rear 35 spline axles
Made 798 hp at 7800 rpms,and 567 TQRQ at 6600 rpms

Just want to know what I'm looking at for ET's
Thanks Tony
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Nice motor, where can someone get an SB-2? Gl, it ought to be a quick car!

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800 at the rear wheels or fly wheel?

What did you do to get that thing so light? I'm trying to get mine to 3000lb sans myself.

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I have a 2000 camaro.... weighs in at 3230 with driver
Just installed 800 hp 368 sb-2 motor
Bowtie block with roller cam bearings 4.152 bore
6.050 titanium GRP rods
Custom Cola crank 3.400
Custom JE pistions14.5 to one
Custom built solid roller cam shaft 814/768
Jessel rocker system,
SB-2 Nascar heads,Titanium valves flows 402
1.85,1.80 rocker arms
Carls....Competition trans , custom converter
10.5 tire 9in 410 rear 35 spline axles
Made 798 hp at 7800 rpms,and 567 TQRQ at 6600 rpms

Just want to know what I'm looking at for ET's
Thanks Tony
only one way to find out!
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I have a 2000 camaro.... weighs in at 3230 with driver
Just installed 800 hp 368 sb-2 motor
Bowtie block with roller cam bearings 4.152 bore
6.050 titanium GRP rods
Custom Cola crank 3.400
Custom JE pistions14.5 to one
Custom built solid roller cam shaft 814/768
Jessel rocker system,
SB-2 Nascar heads,Titanium valves flows 402
1.85,1.80 rocker arms
Carls....Competition trans , custom converter
10.5 tire 9in 410 rear 35 spline axles
Made 798 hp at 7800 rpms,and 567 TQRQ at 6600 rpms

Just want to know what I'm looking at for ET's
Thanks Tony
I love SB2's! Depending on how much hp is lost through the drive train I'd say your looking at between 9.70 @ 140 - 9.40 @ 144 based on a et calculator I found online.

http://www.race-cars.net/calculators/et_calculator.html

Also depends on the amount of error built into this calculator. Either way your car will be flyin!
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It will depend on the rest of the setup. That bore and stroke is for higher end screaming for rolling 200 MPH on a roundy pound, not to mention the torque tells it all. Not a dead stop quarter pounder. But it will run depending on where you stall it and what hears. It hs no choice but to move.
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Did you boost the motor from a Nascar??
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Old 09-02-2009, 09:36 AM   #8
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Did you boost the motor from a Nascar??
NO........! i bought it from a couple of FBI agents ,who ran the motor in a 69 camaro.This motor was set up for drag racing......went 9.20 @2900 lbs with mufflers.

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i want to see what this runs due to the sb2 set up for N/A power is awesome
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