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Can I get some VMF dyno pulls? This is my combination, I'm not asking for critiques or ways to make more power, I know what the weak areas are but It's what I have and it's a blast to rip around the country side in. I've seen some of you fellows give close HP numbers via desktop dyno or other means. I was just curious as to where about I may be (ballpark).

.030 over windsor (357)
10.25:1 comp.
Alum cyl. head 200cc runners 64cc chambers 2.02-1.60 valves
Hyd. Flat tappet cam Lunati 00061 512/512 230/230 @.50 292 adver. 106CL
1.6 full roller rockers
Weiand Stealth
Holley 750 DP
1 5/8" mid length headers

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414 @ 6,000 rpm and still going up.
Thank you sir. 6,000 is my shift point, although I occasionally get a little above that if I'm not paying attention to the tach. It gets up there pretty quick until you get into third. The cam limits me there but it also keeps my stock rotating assy. together which is a good thing. Oil pan failure (as in parts falling out of it) tends to get expensive.
 

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OP, not enough info provided. You can find a free copy of dyno2000 online and plug in the numbers yourself.
You really need the head flow numbers and all the cam timing events.
 

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OP, not enough info provided. You can find a free copy of dyno2000 online and plug in the numbers yourself.
You really need the head flow numbers and all the cam timing events.
Thanks for the tip 69mach1-395
I found the download for dyno2000 and entered my info. after I found my cam and head specs. Here are my results.

I found it interesting that 10:1 comp was optimal for this setup. Adjusting it up or down reduced the HP/TQ numbers
 

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I wonder how the "internet" dyno's numbers compare to the ones in the real world.
Let us know when you actually get it on a real dyno.
 

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IIRC, simulators claim to be within 10% or so from real dynos. Their real power is in trying different combos before spending any money, as the OP just found out wrt CR...
 
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