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This bad boy will be making a splash at Drag Week later this year. As can be seen below, the numbers on our dyno break-in at relatively low boost were pretty amazing.
Pump Gas, 15 psi boost 1,432hp 1,003tq
Methanol, 22 psi boost 1,929hp, 1,325tq
Check out the two pulls charted together on the dyno sheet.
We ran without water to our dyno's intercooler in order to mimic what will happen in the vehicle, which has no intercooler. Thanks to the super-efficient Bullseye NLX turbos, intake air temps never went above 110F and back pressure was minimal (< 2 psi). EGTs were so low that the headers didn't even light up (see video). We also love their full ball-bearing design and patented adjustable MAP groove.
The performance story speaks from the data and video. What about "built to last"? That requires a combination of top-notch parts, engine design, machining, assembly and final dyno tuning. Rather than write a book or brag about how good we are, here are some of the other parts/design highlights:
- Dart LS Next2 block featuring Ford Cleveland-style main bearings with 1/2" studs
- Dailey's Engineering 7-stage dry sump
- BRE custom Callies Billet crank and Ultra I-Beam rods
-BRE custom Diamond hard-anodized, full-round skirted pistons with ceramic-coated crowns and moly-coated skirts
- Jesel belt drive
- BRE custom Comp Cams mechanical roller cam
- BRE custom All Pro CNC-ported heads with Crower shaft rockers, titanium intake and Inconel exhaust valves
- Dual fuel rails
There is still some time to get yourself one of these this racing season, but not much. We can also tailor it to your needs. Call us now at 815-725-2727 and let's talk through your specific requirements, lead time and pricing for exactly what you want.