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Discussion in 'Dyno Runs' started by marinecorpsmike, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. marinecorpsmike

    marinecorpsmike Active Member

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    Just back from Sturgis and had my 08 Mastiff dynoed at Speeds Performance while there. With 585 S&S cam, Big Radius pipes and Thunder Monster baffles it pulled 112 H.P. and 122 Lbs torque. I'll scan the dyno sheet when I get home and post it. Lots of mid-range torque as would be expected from this cam.
     

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    :2thumbs: I would be happy with that ....
     
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    EFI or carb?
     
  4. marinecorpsmike

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    Decent numbers..I have pretty much the same setup except EFI and Dual Runner intake...Dam now I wanta dyno to see the numbers....:eek:
     
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    DAMN YOU TO HELL Mike
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    I told myself when I bought the dog there was no need to modify but heck I likey those numbers:2thumbs:
     
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    Good numbers...:2thumbs:
     
  8. marinecorpsmike

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    Added Dyno sheet to original post so you can see how the 585 cam makes power.
     
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    I was wondering, do you know what the stock cam numbers are?
     
  10. marinecorpsmike

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    I'll see if I can find my old dyno results.
     
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    Pre 585 cam dynoed at 106 H.P. and 117 Lbs torque. So 585 cam added about 6 horsepower and foot lbs, each.
     
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    :D Looks like good stock numbers and I have a Two into One V&H Big Radius. So, I should have at least this much. Once I have about 10,000 miles on her, I'll get her Dyno'd. Thanks a bunch. :whoop:
     
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    What cam was the pre one? 569?
     
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    I am planning to get the 585 cam from S&S or the 62G from Woods installed for my 117 cui in a 06 Mastiff, porting the channels, stronger springs, owning the pistons, valves.
    Currently running a big radius from V&H and a K&N forcewinder aircleaner and a shorty G carburator.
    Has anyone a clue what differnence it will make?
    What is the gain?
    Thanks in advance from Coratia
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    LMAO:roll::roll::roll::2thumbs:
     
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    Earl I would like to do the same but worried about the EFI.....any modifications to the EFI system? Wanted to start with just doing the cam for now, then later do an intake.
     
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    Nice, I was looking at having an idea of what numbers would the 585 cam give. Not bad at all. :old2:

    :cheers:
     
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    I have a similar setup, was wondering where mine sat on the Dyno, just havent pulled the trigger, 08 K9 EFI, 585, Freshly cleaned injectors, S&S Tuned Induction Intake(Dual Runner) V&H 2-2, but I also have the unlocked VFI module with the offroad map... I would think I should be pretty close to those numbers...
     
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    The carb is setup just about perfect too
     
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