5,700 528 573 0.455 41.8 169 163 63.6 6.1 84,
5,800 520 575 0.466 43 169 165 63.4 6.1 84
5,900 511 574 0.475 44 169 165 63.3 6.1 84
6,000 503 574 0.479 44.3 169 165 63.2 6.1 84
6,100 494.1 574 0.484 44.8 169 166 62.9 6 84
6,200 484.3 572 0.493 45.6 170 165 62.5 6.1 84
6,300 474.7 569 0.499 46 170 165 62.2 6 84
6,400 464.8 566 0.502 46.1 170 166 61.9 6.1 84
6,500 454.9 563 0.505 46.1 170 167 61.7 6 84
Average Data
5,250 527 524 0.442 37.1 168.4 16.6 63.3 6.08 83.6
Inertia Factor 1.32   Time 6.7 Secs

Our last tuning mod was to retire our antique Holley and switch to a newer Holley 1050 Dominator carburetor. While this only added one peak horsepower, our average torque and horsepower through the pull each increased by two. Our end results were pleasing-our peak horsepower increased from 543 with the steel heads to 575 with our best Edelbrock combination. With 32 more horsepower to play with and a much broader torque and horsepower curve, we should definitely see some results at the track.

SOURCE
Autoshop Racing Engines
Orlando
FL
407-678-7705
www.autoshopracingengines.com
Holley Performance Products
1801 Russellville Rd.
Bowling Green, KY 42101
KY  42101
270-782-2900
www.holley.com
Edelbrock
Dept. 5.0
2700 California St.
Torrance
CA  90503
310-781-2222
www.edelbrock.com