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Needless to say, Trainman has set the bar for n/a power, but I was wondering what kind of numbers could ...



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Max N/A power from Gen 3

Needless to say, Trainman has set the bar for n/a power, but I was wondering what kind of numbers could be had with a more conventional n/a build, as in utilizing the Gen 3 heads and intake.

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A Striker headed Gen 3 could match Jerry's max power levels. Keep in mind that Jerry's build isn't a "max effort" build. All people involved have worked to make sure it's a street able combo that will work well in Jerry's 4400 pound truck.
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A Striker headed Gen 3 could match Jerry's max power levels. Keep in mind that Jerry's build isn't a "max effort" build. All people involved have worked to make sure it's a street able combo that will work well in Jerry's 4400 pound truck.
I should have been more specific and stated a streetable big power build. And dice Strykers are made of unobtainium, I'd like to know what could be obtained with Gen 3 heads and intakes.
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I remember something about a Viper guy who spent close to if not $100K on his NA engine build that yielded somewhere around 1000 crank HP but not sure where I read that. Maybe someone else can confirm this.
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I don't know if there is a correct answer to your question.

If you are working with really great heads and they have good supplemental parts, you will make really good power.

There is still a 50 horsepower difference between a really well ported set of Gen III heads and a set of UNPORTED Street Strikers, for example.

Heads are what make the power.

On that, it would be interesting to see what kind of power Dom's engine produced if you replace the existing (and UNPORTED) Striker-Rs with some ported Gen IIIs or ported Gen IVs.
There would be an enormous loss.
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Ok, so let's say I want a streetable G3 n/a engine that will utilize ported G3 heads and intake, forged internals, and a good cam. Built by a reputable shop. What kind of wheels numbers can be had?
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Ok, so let's say I want a streetable G3 n/a engine that will utilize ported G3 heads and intake, forged internals, and a good cam. Built by a reputable shop. What kind of wheels numbers can be had?
Just make a number up.
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530 wheel would be reasonable.

But now that there is a number posted, the vendor war will begin and you should be up to 700 wheel by this evening, NO PROBLEM !!!
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Unported O.E.M. Intake Manifold
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530 wheel would be reasonable.

But now that there is a number posted, the vendor war will begin and you should be up to 700 wheel by this evening, NO PROBLEM !!!
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The highest I've seen on just a heads/cam viper is about 645rwhp. Seems like trucks have beenr ight at 600rwhp, part of the lower numbers are drive line related and I'd guess a few more due to different cam specs. So max effort I'd guess 625ish with a streetable setup.
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