Putting Our 10.3L Big Block On the Dyno For the First Time!!! (Big Trouble)

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38 thoughts on “Putting Our 10.3L Big Block On the Dyno For the First Time!!! (Big Trouble)

  1. Finnegan's video about the distributor engagement with the oil pump is great stuff. Helped me on my first big block work, recovering a tall-deck 427 after a very hot engine fire cooked everything above the heads, front to back. I made damned sure I had the right distributor and checked everything out before I put that distributor in. Worked out great!

  2. Blueprints dynos are accurate! I have dynoed two of their engines, they made more power than they said, but I am way closer to sea level, They are still weak! I've built very small big blocks, like 150ci smaller that made more power, on crap pump fuel! But for the regular guy, that has never had power, & needs a engine immediately, they are reliable, & they do hang together! If you saved the money on the fuel injection, & put that money + a few grand more, they can be made way better! Even if you just went basic, Dominator carb, Davis HEI distributor, Good Holley Mechanical fuel pump, that thing would be super simple & run for years, W/O touching it! Guaranteed! I have a friend that put one in a 72 Chevelle & other than rear end parts, its been flawless! He changes plugs & oil once a year, I check everything over for him, distributor gear, valve train, & make sure the air bleeds & floats are free in the carb! I think he has 18000 miles & probably 150 kinda slow 1/4 mile passes! We did upgrade the intake on it when it was new, I think we put a profiler intake on it? But it was awhile ago! He wants to nitrous it, but the rear end cannot take the torque to begin with! Your engine needs extensions on both headers! Probably 16in would be good! Those Holley fuel injection throttle body deals, usually don't like more fuel pressure than they recommend! You have to have the correct distributor for the 10.200 deck block! It has to also line up with the oil gallery's! I don't know where your oil pressure sensor is? But you have to make sure there's oil coming through the all rockers! I have never seen anything good from having the wrong length distributor in a engine! I don't know why, but when I see hot dog man, He reminds me of Freddie Mercury ! 😂😂😂😂 Best of luck!

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