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Old 07-05-2019, 02:50 PM
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Default 952HP 441 w/Frankenstein F710S

I'm so excited I bought my set!
Baldwin Racing Enigine Built 3 LS 441s same compression different intakes some similar parts not just the heads.
Read and make your own conclusions as this info was given to me during a 2min conversation. Need full details contact Baldwin and FED

Frankenstein F710 LS7 Headed made 952HP 758TQ
MAST 305 LS7 Headed made 904HP 718TQ
Gregg Good CID LS7 headed made 886HP 719TQ

All these were revved to 7200rpms
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Turning those distributors is costing HP. Coil on plug would be better, unless rules prevent that from happening.
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Class rules are limiting what this can do
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Class rules are limiting what this can do
Gotcha.
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Impressive delta between the other heads. Should be interesting to get some details. Was this they were equal until 6,000 rpm etc.
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Anything north of 2HP per CI is doing something
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Nice. That some crazy power for only 7200rpms. You would think they needed high 7000's at the least to reach those numbers.
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Wow, thats awesome. What was CR and fuel being used? More details please
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Making some HP’s!
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Chris and those damn 5.9 inch long valves....Why to go Guys 2 all Involved!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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1.72ft-lbs per cube seems a little unrealistic.
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Originally Posted by KCS View Post
1.72ft-lbs per cube seems a little unrealistic.
Thatís a fair bit higher than me yet but maybe they have nasty compression
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They do. It's seems to be a modern outlaw series based engine. Very simple idea that can be carried over 4 street purposes.
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The point is Chris is KICKING ***!!!!!
Really raised runner = C5r high ports with c5r length Valves in a Ls7 head. FACT!
vs anything Available.

my next goal will be this type of head.
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Originally Posted by KCS View Post
1.72ft-lbs per cube seems a little unrealistic.
The power isnít surprising, but at only 7200 rpm doesnít seem possible. Very impressive regardless with the gains over other combos.
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valve length says alot with a 10degree valve angle

[color=left=#000000]Black Nitride Coated Stainless Steel Intake Valves 2.250 / 5.675" (Hydraulic)[/color]

[color=left=#000000]Black Nitride Coated Stainless Steel Intake Valves 2.250 / 5.875" (Solid Roller)[/color]
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Spanks think of or look up baldwins outlaw series 440....= 900hp 14+ compression
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Originally Posted by Smokey B View Post
The point is Chris is KICKING ***!!!!!
Really raised runner = C5r high ports with c5r length Valves in a Ls7 head. FACT!
vs anything Available.

my next goal will be this type of head.
Your next goal should be to actually get your engine running.
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Originally Posted by big hammer View Post
Thatís a fair bit higher than me yet but maybe they have nasty compression
I don't think it's that simple. I don't know what they're at now, but NHRA Pro Stock wasn't even that high as of a few years ago. These LS dirt engines don't even have a dry sump.
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Wonder what the compression and cam look like. I would say 15:1+ and probably something in the solid roller 280-300 @.050" range with a very tight LSA to keep the engines from revving to 8000+...
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