Discussion in 'Performance' started by b_eastep, Sep 19, 2008.
does anyone have a dyno chart so we can make a guess to where redline would be?
i have a 98 suzy cary.
I never knew you could find out where the redline is by a chart. I always thought when the valves tickeled the pistons you were there. BTW.....a 340 Mopar won't go to 8600 with stock rods. Ask me how I know
No Mopar goes to 8600.....everybody knows that
Neither does a HO 289, and don't ask me how I know that either.
There are no mistakes.......only learning opportunities!
I know that (MY) vw motor wouldn't rev past 9200rpm... it forcefully removed a wrist pin from the piston ever seen a grown man cry?
seriously though, after a rebuild and a cam change and a new set of heads, i had a more conservative 8,000 rpm redline, but a 7,200 rpm shift point. you have to factor in where the best place to get out of a gear is, as well as where to get INTO the next one. that is based on good torque and how well it will rpm 1st gear to a point that it has enough torque to pull 2nd gear and so on.
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