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The '68 managed to get some dyno time today.

Closest guess to the HP and torque numbers wins a virtual high five.

Build:

428 FE
10.5:1 compression
.030 over forged pistons (can't remember brand, they're old)
Stock crank/rods
Edelbrock RPM aluminum heads w/oil restrictors
Edelbrock RPM aluminum intake
Holley 750 HP double pumper
Pertronix III distributor and coil
Lunati Voodoo hydraulic roller cam (Lift: .559/.559 Duration @ .050: 211/219 LSA: 112 RPM Range: 1600-5600)
Lunati hydraulic roller lifters
Hardland Sharp roller rockers (1.6 ratio)
Edelbrock aluminum water pump
Factory 7 blade CJ mechanical fan w/clutch
Factory power steering
4 speed toploader
Mcleod flywheel/clutch
9" w/ 3.25 open gears

This pull was done to 5500, the final power pull was done to 6000 RPM.

IMG_1953 by armon7, on Flickr
 

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401 RWHP and 420lb-ft
 
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I'm gonna guess 570 lb-ft, and 570 HP (probably holds it there from about 5600-5900 with that cam, I'm guessing). 530 to the rear tires? =)
 

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410 RWHP 425 lb-ft
 

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Lol that’s 300. Are you trying to have it both ways?

I’ll say 333hp at the wheels
Doh, brain fart...fixed. I came back to fix my error and you had to go and quote me. :)
 

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If I over guessed at 401 RWHP, I will say 385 RWHP and 410lb-ft. Maybe you can give us a warmer or colder help. :)
 

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I want to see the chart, not just max number … please. (for future reference).
 
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