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Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cspeier » Tue Jul 25, 2017 8:47 pm

I built myself a 380 SBC for my '33 Ford. I decided to use my 205cc CNC heads. I dyno'd at Salina Engine, Salina Kansas, on their new Stuska. We are around 4500 DA.. Made 8 pulls is all. I'm going to do a block and then flog it hard. It has lots of potential!


Stock block 4.155x3.50
SRH v2.35PF heads (205cc)
SRH Holley 300-110 ported/burr finished
2.08/1.600 valves
K-Motion K1650 springs
LGM 1.70 rockers .300 offset
Trend double taper pushrods 8.100 long
Erson 262/268 106 LSA 101 ICL
.690/.660 retainer lift
Crower lifters
Moroso oil pump
Stef's oil pan
Scat LW Crankshaft
Scat LW Rods 6.000
Mahle Pistons 13.5-1 w/gas ports
1.2/1.2/2mm rings
Jesel belt drive
Jesel front distributor
Taylor 409 wires
Innovators West dapner
Starr vacuum pump
Whitener billet 4150
piston .010 in the hole
.0030-.0032 main clearance KING bearings
.0028-.0030 rod clearance KING bearings
.024/.026 ring gap

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby Frankshaft » Tue Jul 25, 2017 8:53 pm

Is that a spread sheet or printed from desk top dyno? lol. Come on.

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby xanadu » Tue Jul 25, 2017 8:54 pm

Awesome power and torque range.

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cspeier » Tue Jul 25, 2017 8:55 pm

No that is a Stuska printout. Why?

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby littleben » Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:26 pm

Looks happy

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cspeier » Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:29 pm

littleben wrote:Looks happy


What looks happy and how do you come to this conclusion?

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby novadude » Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:31 pm

So here is my thought as I started reading....

I saw "33 Ford" and I thought, "cool... mild street rod cruiser type combo." Then I started reading the specs! :eek: LOL

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cab0154 » Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:32 pm

what fuel?
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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cspeier » Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:34 pm

novadude wrote:So here is my thought as I started reading....

I saw "33 Ford" and I thought, "cool... mild street rod cruiser type combo." Then I started reading the specs! :eek: LOL


It's a Suncoast built '33 Ford..

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cspeier » Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:35 pm

cab0154 wrote:What fuel?


VP113 with a Whitner billet 4150

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby fdicrasto » Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:39 pm

The shaped dividers in the intake floors are interesting.

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cspeier » Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:41 pm

fdicrasto wrote:The shaped dividers in the intake floors are interesting.


Up close,,,

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cab0154 » Tue Jul 25, 2017 10:00 pm

any idea how much .200 duration?

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby cspeier » Tue Jul 25, 2017 10:03 pm

cab0154 wrote:any idea how much .200 duration?


186 both says the master list.

I was told they used the wrong follower for the report.

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Re: Personal 380 SBC Dyno

Postby KnightEngines » Tue Jul 25, 2017 10:24 pm

Cam looks like it'll live a long life, pretty mild on the lobes - low maintenance engine?

Did you try winding the cam back to 103ICL? - I reckon it may be happier there, but I may be wrong!

Big spread from peak TQ to peak HP - she's not head limited, it'd go more rpm up top if you wanted it too & cammed it up.

I can see 700hp pretty easy with another 4 deg duration on both sides, 103 ICL & slightly more aggressive lobes - say .430" lobe lift.

It's a damn good starting point as it sits!

Would be interesting to run it on E85.


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