Airwolf Results!!!

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Postby trmnatr » Tue Mar 16, 2010 2:28 am

Cam you have, run 1.6/1.6 rockers

Install ICL at 107 advanced to 104

I dont like the springs. Could use much more cam

Use the 5.14's with the glide

Will give some more info later,,,

I would prefer a 105 but if you already have the cam it will work good, 105 lobe center would work better
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Postby 358T » Tue Mar 16, 2010 8:16 am

trmnatr wrote:Bryce we have a few cams

cams we have tested with :lol:
1) super stock cam from a while ago before head porting, 256/262 @.050" (dont have cam card and not in computer, Would have to look at grind number tomorrow)

2) 307/317 @.020" 278/284 @.050" 201/197 @.200" .684"/.660" with 1.5's 106 lobe center

3) 292/300 @.020" 260/268 @.050" 180/187 @.200" .630"/.630" with 1.5's 110 lobe center

3) 307/313 @.020" 278/284 @.050" 198/204 @.200" .746"/.746" with 1.5's 106 lobe center (we have 2 of these on 4/7 swap)

4) 308/316 @.020" 278/284 @.050" 200/202 @.200" .670"/.630" with 1.5's 106 lobe center (we have two of these on 4/7 swaps)

5) Same cam above but on 4/7 & 2/3 firing order swap (we have 2 of these)

6) 308/314 @.020" 278/284 @.050" 200/206 @.200" .804"/.759" with 1.8/1.7's but will work with 1.4's 106 lobe center

Thats those, We have a bucket full of billet roller cams with all different durations from over the years. We have 2 Lunati's right now that are ours. 3 other cams that we are working with this spring brand new.

Too much $hit. Thats why I said your dad really needed a big cam :lol: :lol:


What engine were you testing these in? Look like you were playing around with exhaust duration and lobe area.
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Postby trmnatr » Tue Mar 16, 2010 10:51 am

358T wrote:
trmnatr wrote:Bryce we have a few cams

cams we have tested with :lol:
1) super stock cam from a while ago before head porting, 256/262 @.050" (dont have cam card and not in computer, Would have to look at grind number tomorrow)

2) 307/317 @.020" 278/284 @.050" 201/197 @.200" .684"/.660" with 1.5's 106 lobe center

3) 292/300 @.020" 260/268 @.050" 180/187 @.200" .630"/.630" with 1.5's 110 lobe center

3) 307/313 @.020" 278/284 @.050" 198/204 @.200" .746"/.746" with 1.5's 106 lobe center (we have 2 of these on 4/7 swap)

4) 308/316 @.020" 278/284 @.050" 200/202 @.200" .670"/.630" with 1.5's 106 lobe center (we have two of these on 4/7 swaps)

5) Same cam above but on 4/7 & 2/3 firing order swap (we have 2 of these)

6) 308/314 @.020" 278/284 @.050" 200/206 @.200" .804"/.759" with 1.8/1.7's but will work with 1.4's 106 lobe center

Thats those, We have a bucket full of billet roller cams with all different durations from over the years. We have 2 Lunati's right now that are ours. 3 other cams that we are working with this spring brand new.

Too much $hit. Thats why I said your dad really needed a big cam :lol: :lol:


What engine were you testing these in? Look like you were playing around with exhaust duration and lobe area.


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Postby trmnatr » Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:53 pm

Bryce,

Here is the camshaft specs for you,,,

307/313 @.020"
278/284 @.050"
198/204 @.200"
.723"/.723" with 1.6 rockers 106 degree lobe seperation with 4 degree advance ground in

.020"/.022" Lash

Timing @.020" Tappet Lift (will start a little sooner as lash is .020"/.022" , With your 1.6 rockers will start ~.013" tappet lift) , this is with the cam 4 degree's advanced
IVO 51.5btdc IVC 75.5abdc
EVO 86.5bbdc EVC 46.5atdc

Timing @.050" Tappet Lift, this is with the cam 4 degree's advanced
IVO 37btdc IVC 61abdc
EVO 72bbdc EVC 32atdc


Here is the camshaft we will be running with your AirWolf 220 Heads (we have a few timing points this cam was checked at for certain reasons)
312/318 @.0175"
308/314 @.020"
278/284 @.050"
200/206 @.200"
.804"/759" with 1.8/1.7 rockers (It is designed for 1.5 to 1.8 but is .670"/.670" with 1.5's)

.012"/.012" lash

Timing @ .0175" 4 degree's advanced, We run this cam with ZERO advance
IVO 51.5btdc IVC 80.5abdc
EVO 86.5btdc EVC 51.5atdc

Timing @.020" 4 degree's advanced
IVO 50btdc IVC 78abdc
EVO 85bbdc EVC 49atdc

Timing @.050" 4 degree's advanced
IVO 36btdc IVC 62abdc
EVO 71bbdc EVC 33atdc
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Postby trmnatr » Sat Jun 19, 2010 12:14 pm

Banjo any updates?
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Postby banjo » Sat Jun 19, 2010 10:50 pm

It is running very consistant. I have been to the winners circle 4 times since putting on the heads. I still been tuning on it, I recently added an airpan, that pulls air from in front of the radiator. It has really picked up the car. Figure the airpan was good for a solid .08 and 1 mph in the 1/8. Tonight, it went a 6.62@104mph in 5200 foot of air on a marinal track. Previous heads, it would have been in the high 70s, low 80s. Still playing with it, I am going to try and give it some more timing tomorrow and see if it likes it. I just can't wait to get this thing in good air again because it is running very strong. Unfortunitly I probably wont see it for another 2-3 months. We will see what happens.
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Re: Airwolf Results!!!

Postby banjo » Tue Nov 27, 2012 6:49 am

Well its been nearly two years and with the exception of a small bump in compression and chad updating the heads, motor is the same.

I am finally getting this combination really sorted out.

Here is a video of it this weekend, I was having issues keeping the nose down. Best was a 6.19@110, a little off from my best run yet, but I think there is a little bit more in the chassis. Car was sixty footing in the 1.33 range with a handful of 1.44-1.46 range.

http://flic.kr/p/dwzk8E

Thanks Chad for a great product and awesome customer service after the sale.
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smallblock 406 with the original Airwolf heads.
1/8 6.15@110mph (11/11)
1/4 9.87@131 (02/13) On the rev limiter.
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Re: Airwolf Results!!!

Postby Chad Speier » Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:02 am

I hear banjo found the 9's!
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Re: Airwolf Results!!!

Postby banjo » Sat Feb 09, 2013 5:33 pm

Yes Sir, I did, Tripping the sixty with the rear tires and on the rev limiter to the finish line. Motor pulled all the way to 7800 before the rev limiter.

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smallblock 406 with the original Airwolf heads.
1/8 6.15@110mph (11/11)
1/4 9.87@131 (02/13) On the rev limiter.
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Re: Airwolf Results!!!

Postby John Wilson » Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:09 pm

Real Nice! 8) Congrats!
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Re: Airwolf Results!!!

Postby banjo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:47 pm

Here is a video from the following day. Its a 6.30 pass, but still carrying the wheels out there pretty good.

http://flic.kr/p/dTvYE6
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smallblock 406 with the original Airwolf heads.
1/8 6.15@110mph (11/11)
1/4 9.87@131 (02/13) On the rev limiter.
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Re: Airwolf Results!!!

Postby banjo » Sat Feb 16, 2013 8:09 pm

Bill Simpkins
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74 Chevy Nova
smallblock 406 with the original Airwolf heads.
1/8 6.15@110mph (11/11)
1/4 9.87@131 (02/13) On the rev limiter.
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