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'09 Engine Masters Challenge


Congraulations to Hot Heads and Gene Adams on there 3rd Place Finish in the '09 Engine Masters Challenge! Awsome Job with an Old School Hemi!
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Re: '09 Engine Masters Challenge
on: Mon 23 of Nov, 2009 [12:36 UTC] score: 0.00
> 51Coupe: Dan Miller has already lined up several, "off the wall" intake systems to test, Gene Adams is already hogging out another pair of Hot Heads heads and I plan to be at the PRI show to get the rules when announced. If the rules allow our 50+ year old antique engines to be competitive with the latest, high tech, EFI, bells and whistles engines, then we'll be there. Bob Walker

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Re: '09 Engine Masters Challenge
on: Sun 22 of Nov, 2009 [12:32 UTC] score: 0.00
> If you'd like to see what the EMC engine looked like, I've got a link on the front page of the web site. thanks, Bob Walker

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on: Mon 23 of Nov, 2009 [05:20 UTC] score: 0.00
Again, Congraulations on the 3rd place finish! Thanks to You,Bob Walker, and Gene Adams, the 50+year old,1st generation Hemi is Still a Force to be Reckond with! That's Keeping the FirePower Lit! Any plans for next years challenge or is it too soon?

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Re: '09 Engine Masters Challenge
on: Thu 22 of Oct, 2009 [21:57 UTC] score: 0.00
> Dave: The figures judged are average figures. Our 365 c.i. 354 made 439 ft. lb & 251 h.p. @ 3000; 483 ft. lb. & 368 h.p. @ 4000; 533 ft. lb. & 508 h.p. @ 5000; 537 max ft. lb. @ 5100; 583 h.p. @ 6000 and max h.p. of 612 @ 6400. We had a drop at about 3,700 rpm that hurt us on the low end but, other than that, it's a pretty straight climb. And I know the full potential hasn't been realized.
Thanks for your interest, Bob Walker

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bobcall
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on: Sat 17 of Oct, 2009 [21:24 UTC] score: 0.00
Super Mega Kudos to Bob Walker, Gene Adams and crew!

When taken on a per cubic inch basis the Hemi was second and this is a design that was "oboslete" when the first and second place Ford and Chevy designs came about!

Torque HP CI
Kaase Racing (Ford) 1.31 1.26 511
BSE (Chevy) 1.34 1.28 435
Hot Heads/Gene Adams (Chrysler) 1.32 1.26 365

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DaveBlakeman
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Re: '09 Engine Masters Challenge
on: Sat 17 of Oct, 2009 [16:22 UTC] score: 0.00
I wish the charts showed what rpm the torque figures coincided with. I think it would have placed the hemi in a whole different light.


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