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Specs for your truck according to Chilton's 1987-96 repair manual.
1990 7.5l Hp 230@3600
Not that you would, but don't be disappointed with these number as compared to the newer engines. The ol' 460 makes all of its power pretty low in the rpm range.
Thanks daywalker, I'm thinking about installing a vortech supercharger on it. It has a fe-resh complete rebuild, new tranny, thorley tri-y headers, flowmaster 3" exhaust, 4:10's, and a k&n. I use it mainly for towing, and even though it runs great, more is better in the mountains of Idaho! This should get me to about 475 ft/lbs of torque.
Thanks to both of you for the reply, I've been wondering for a long time what those numbers are. I know what I'm dealing with at the wheels as I have the before and after numbers that Banks boasts for my Power Pack, but, I never knew what was developed at the engine.
>Daywalker and Pastmaster,
>Thanks to both of you for
>the reply, I've been wondering
>for a long time what
>those numbers are. I know
>what I'm dealing with at
>the wheels as I have
>the before and after numbers
>that Banks boasts for my
>Power Pack, but, I never
>knew what was developed at
If its not too much trouble I'd like to see those numbers. Just curious about driveline loss and so on. Thanks.
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