Discussion in 'Tomahawk Block Buildups' started by blown455, Jun 7, 2010.
What an awesome engine..............
and its gonna last :3gears:
it's been said before but bears repeating.
DIRTY FILTHY CAR PORN....:shock: :shock:
give us more!
lololol u got that right:laugh:
What track are you going to? It would be cool to watch:eek2:
Byron but im sure my tune up will be way off probably wont run very fast, until bpg in Columbus
pics and video I hope!
Byrons 12 miles away! I guess I know where I'll be Sat.!!! :beers2:
Can you swing by and pick me up on the way:laugh:
Sure, I'll bring the corporate jet! You pay for the fuel and beverages! :TU:
in talking ti Danie I cannot wait for it to be at BPG
Any updates on passes?
Went 4.51 in @ 155 in the 1/8,with a 1.11 60' went lean and banged the blower,,, this new RPM and blower set up is really going to make this hard, Im tearing It back down to check for damage
How does that compare to your old combo. performance in the 1/8th?
I provided the crankshaft for this engine. Rod went with a 2.375" rod journal which added a lot of rotating weight. We had Rod send it back to Crower and they balanced it for a very good price. I the future we need to have a approximate bob wt. then this wouldn't happen. The crank I have for my engine which is from the same forging weighs 65Lbs. I had a bunch of lightening work done. For the folks that have blocks on order, this would be a good time to start getting your cranks on order as well. They will take 12-16 weeks. The blocks should be finished end of July, this is what I was told this morning by the machine shop.
Any word on how it took the banging of the blower. It was a topic this weekend as to how well it took it. Just figured you would have it apart by now and was hoping for an update.
Melted 1 chamber all else ok going back together next week
car ran 4.80's before
Thats good to hear for the block. never good to hurt stuff but if the block took it like a champ thats good
I definately can't wait to go to Ohio now hahaha