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View Poll Results: 2 Dynos one winner Big Block Ford vs SB2
Sideoiler Makes the most peak hp 2 4.44%
SB2 Makes the most peak hp 18 40.00%
Sideoiler has the best average hp and tq (3500 to 7000) 12 26.67%
SB2 has the best average hp and tq (3500 to 7000) 13 28.89%
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Old 08-25-2013, 10:47 AM
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If 3500-7000 was the bet, settle it at 5250 rpm. Rob gets 5200 and Dave 5300.

Dave: 634.50 tq 640.3 hp
Rob: I can't stand to look back through this thread no mo.... Post your numbers Rob.
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If 3500-7000 was the bet, settle it at 5250 rpm. Rob gets 5200 and Dave 5300.

Dave: 634.50 tq 640.3 hp
Rob: I can't stand to look back through this thread no mo.... Post your numbers Rob.
5200 632.5 626.2
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Based on the poll, I'd say we have a winner by a slim margin.


626.3 tq 620.4hp These were my numbers at 5200 with my pro touring camshaft. ha (With 16 less cubes than Rob I may add)
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Based on the poll, I'd say we have a winner by a slim margin.


626.3 tq 620.4hp These were my numbers at 5200 with my pro touring camshaft. ha (With 16 less cubes than Rob I may add)
Congradulations. You secured third place by a small margin. A few more ci and you could have been a contender.


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My actual dinner @ "THE SALT LICK"....








That dam place is now on my bucket list. I should have already checked that box.

I forgive you GW for casting the deciding vote for the wrong BBQ choice that hot miserable eve in Houston. I myself may have voted against Yelp, and my own internet research, based on local knowledge.

Who was to know a Texan knew so little about BBQ

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With over 1.36 hp per cube, even a Ford guy can do that math.

Just incase: 1.36x16ci

648 tq 641.7 hp Hell, that even puts me ahead of Dave.
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With over 1.36 hp per cube, even a Ford guy can do that math.

Just incase: 1.36x16ci

648 tq 641.7 hp Hell, that even puts me ahead of Dave.
Help me out #s wizard.

Was your peak 1.36 hp per ci # at 5250?

What would you say 620.4 divided by 489 would be?

What would the significance of that # be?

What is 700.7 divided by 496?

You're a smart guy you'll figure it out.

Who should post the answers you or I?

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If 3500-7000 was the bet, settle it at 5250 rpm. Rob gets 5200 and Dave 5300.

Dave: 634.50 tq 640.3 hp
Rob: I can't stand to look back through this thread no mo.... Post your numbers Rob.
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5200 632.5 626.2
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Since polls are in vogue...

I know we aren't all from Texas, but which BBQ joint would you choose?

The Salt Lick BBQ
4.5 star rating
1586 reviews




or this one:

Black's Barbecue
4.0 star rating
394 reviews


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First you EAT at The Salt Lick.... then you GO to the other....
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