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Old 08-11-2005, 10:26 AM
1badv6 1badv6 is offline
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Question Hungry for Info !!!!

Need number for Normal Engine Vac Pss ??? Also Temp's i have a 160* thrmst and well i'm in miami and it's hot about 92F in shade and the engine is just been redone so i know friction at brakein will rise the number a bit but over all what would be the regular number at idle or what should be..... the vac question is to confirm if its wright its running at 17 pss at idle

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Info on Engine : 30 over,eagle Crank,TE44,Jay Carter street chip,green top bosch inj 42lbs,comp cam206/206, and a few other tricks...........
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Old 08-11-2005, 06:03 PM
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Default Re: Hungry for Info !!!!

First, the website says anywhere between 12-15Hg in park, with an inch of float is normal vacuum. I get around 16Hg on mine so I would say 17 vacuum is good and strong at idle. Second, from the archives, it does not sound that uncommon to run 175-195 temps. Your chip and the coolant temp sensor determines when the low speed goes on/off. The high speed fan is the one wire deal to the left of the TB, it normally comes on around 220 and runs for like 7 minutes or something. So theoretically, the high speed fan could come on after shut down since the temps still rise for about 15 minutes anyway. I know when I had my engine rebuilt, I had to take it very easy for about 1000 miles I think. Finally, not to sound like a "moderator" the archives/key word search and the website as a whole can get you any info you need. You can find it yourself and prob fix/examine/understand it yourself possibly before you get a reply, just my thoughts, sorry to ramble. Good Luck, Joseph
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Old 08-11-2005, 06:06 PM
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To whom it may concern: My moderator comment was solely out of respect. I've seen how you guys respond to some people sometime. Great website, keep up the good work.
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