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Author Topic: Stock 302 Longblock Vortech, C.I. cam  (Read 6297 times)
« on: February 16, 2009, 06:28:42 pm »

Provided by: Gmkillr

01. Block
  • Displacement: 302
  • CR: 9.0:1
02. Heads
  • Brand: Ford
  • Model: GT-40 Iron - 65cc
  • Ported?: No
03. Camshaft (If the camshaft is custom, NOT providing this information is understandable, and expected)
  • Brand: Camshaft Innovations
  • Grind Number/Model:
  • Int./Exh. Duration @.050":
  • Int./Exh. Lift:
  • Lobe Separation Angle: 
04. Induction
  • Carbureted/EFI: EFI
  • Intake: Cobra
  • Carb/Injector Size: 60lb/hr
  • Throttle Body Size: 75mm
  • Mass Air Meter Size: 90mm
05. Tuner: Lasota Racing - SCT chip
06. Exhaust
  • Style: BBK 1 5/8 Longtubes
  • Diameter: 2.5"
  • Catted: no
  • "X" or "H": BBK 2 1/2 H-pipe
  • Mufflers: Magnaflow
07. Power Adder: Vortech S-trim @~14# indicated
08. Transmission
  • Manual/Auto: Manual
  • Model: G-Force T5
  • Plate/Clutch: Ram Powergrip HD
  • Flywheel: Ram Billet Steel SFI
  • Driveshaft: Ford Racing Alum
  • Converter Stall: N/A
09. Gears
  • Style: 8.8"
  • Ratio: 4.10
  • Differential Style: FMS stock limited slip
10. Rear Suspension Setup: Pro-3-I LCA, Baseline Suspension relocated UCA, Coilovers w/ 12" 110lb. springs, Lakewood 50-50 rear shocks, Baseline Suspension Track Locater bar, and stock rear sway bar
11. Front Suspension Setup : Lakewood 90-10's, QA-1 K-member, Racecraft tubular A-arms, Maximum Motorsport CC plates, swaybar removed
12. Tires: Mickey Thompson E.T. Streets 28 x 12.5
13. Car Weight: ~3460 lbs. w/ driver

Time Slip:
  • 60ft.: 1.53
  • 330ft: -
  • 1/8th ET: -
  • 1/8th MPH: -
  • 1/4 ET: 10.99
  • 1/4 MPH: 127.95
No Dyno Data:
  • FWHP:
  • FWTQ:
  • RWHP: 505
  • RWTQ: 467

This is my stock longblock with a cam that Jay made for me. The car has much more E.T. left in it with some more suspension adjustments, and a new clutch but I'm changing combo's now and won't be pursuing and faster E.T.'s with this one.

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« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2009, 08:30:03 pm »

Great numbers on a stock block!

1970 F100 with a 302 and t5.
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« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2009, 05:42:04 am »

He just finished a New Animal
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« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2009, 08:22:58 am »

That baby had 10.6's ET possibility written on it. Lets see how the new "animal" does.... Naughty..... LUK


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