Senior Tech Team
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Yerington, Nevada
Re: Lean at WOT
Why should I really care? I have fixed one heck of a lot more of these "locked out for the street" setups, it isn't funny. And, the next mess, "The DYNO tuning says to...(fill in the blank). But, you know more than anybody, that is why you are here telling us all about how great your Top Fuel/Funny Car set up engine for the street runs, aren't you.
Now, what compression ratio, what cam OVERALL duration (NOT .050), and what intake valve CLOSING degree, intake manifold, carb, SPARK PLUG GAPS, please?
BTW, I am an engine design engineer, worked for Holley in Pro-Stock carbs, Duntov in Chevy Skunk Works, and helped develop the large coil in cap HEI, still do that work for a major factory on their MotoGP World Championship bike engines, and used to race my very own AA/Fuel Altered drag car, big block Chevy, against all those Hemi's. Let me know when you wish to fire YOUR cannon at my position...again, sir, I'll be ready, you won't.
NOTE, since you seem to think it is lean on the top end, I will think you have already checked fuel pump delivery, pressure, and volume, fuel line(s), tank and tank venting (tank cap, or positive tank venting), and float levels, other factors in the fuel system. You have, haven't you?