Dyno graph pic

Discussion in 'Engine Mods and Swaps' started by Nate McCoy, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. N8tsNastyBlasty

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    Any knowledge u want to drop on me would be greatly appreciated, im a novice on the r hybrid and what im doing with it. I have a handful of questions that would be more apropriate on my build thread.

    Saw this blaster motor for sale on ebay, looks very reasonable price wise!
     
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    You get you rotax/Honda running yet?
     
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    Blaster on stock bore and stroke ?...no way..47 hp.... maybe at the crank ,on nitrous or nitro... not N/A.
     
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    It's the real deal friend. But it was not user friendly. It was impractical to build, and too high strung for the ordinary blaster owner. High compression, Race gas, high rpm etc...And that dyno run was posted as the extreme example of what is possible. This thread is about the 42hp pump gas motor. And it is a practical, and realistic example of a Reasonable Package. And if you think that the dyno info is unbelievable-you should try to ride it... :)
     
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    So far, every last bit of math I've done says this is more than doable. And until recently, we(me and my brother, N8tsNastyBlast) haven't been able to "add material back". My brother an I and done some impressive things to these machines. And Rereading this, 3 years later.. We must have taken this as a challenge, as stated in post number 86, because our last build was nuts.

    We added some material back, but not enough!

    I'm going to plan for another build. Another 200cc build of the blaster. This time, we're going to push the limits. I'm challenging Nate McCoy's numbers. We probably wont reach them, but I'll be damn happy if we're close lol!
     
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    Really nice
     
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    Hello Blaster aficionados! It's been years since we have posted here. I hope everyone is doing well.
    But the old pump gas blaster still runs remarkably. It has had one fresh piston once, and is well past ready for another. But it still is powerful.
    Soon, we will be re-visiting blaster configurations for 300ft drag racing... Dyno results will be followed by time slips for all those with a dose of healthy scepticism. Should be fun...
     
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    Good to see you around.
     

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