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PWR 3 16.67%
BES 4 22.22%
Arrington 11 61.11%
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#1 (permalink) Old 12-17-2012, 06:54 PM
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Who builds the best motors?

PWR

BES

Arrington



2010 SRT8 6 speed

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ST Forged stroked 393 CI motor, Blown Kenne Bell Style 2.8 LC, 148mm TB
Inertia blower heads, ST blower cam, Corsa Extream Exhaust, Hurst shifter, Aeroforce gauges, Mcleod RXT clutch, lots of other go fast shiny stuff
733 whp@11lb boost
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You forgot Modern Muscle

Currently our motor is in the Fastest SRT Jeep in the country

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711 rwhp from N/A 449 ci motor. I'm pretty happy with BES

First LX into the 9's N/A!!
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Arrington and PWR are the best

Arrington aluminum 426, twin 67mm turbos, Nitrous Outlet Direct Port. Paramount driveline


9.20 @ 152
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I'd kill for a motor from any of them
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Easy,
500 to 700 Hp anyone
701 to 900 Hp just about anyone
901 to 1100 Hp a few less than just about anyone
1101 to 1250 Hp a select few
1201 t0 1400 Hp a hand full
1401 to 1600 Hp less than a hand full
1601 to 1800 Hp maybe three

There is only one name that is on the list if Hp is what your looking for in a modern hemi.

Linda's 2010 FF SRT built by Tim Barth @ MPH Racing
9.18 @ 152mph 6/3/12 Byron Tim
9.493 @144 mph Linda
Stage 3 KB 4.7 LC , TH400 trans
BES Racing engines

2011 V10 Drag Pak #28 8.54 @ 159.95 mph 10/27/13 1x250 shot
Arrow Racing engine,2 x 400 induction solutions nitrous system


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I'd be interested in other responses on what peformance they have been able to get from their engines in purely N/A form from these builders.

I have an N/A 426 BES engine that put out somewhere between 470rwhp/470 rwtq (on a stingy Mustang dyno ) to 540rwhp/520 rwtq (HHP's Dynojet). This is with a fairly mild cam and HHP's stage 2 heads. I suspect there is more top end power to be had on this engine but have not pushed it because I want something that is reasonably friendly to drive on a daily basis.

For me drag racing is not the end goal but rather I want a beastly fast street car that can burn up the competition on a road race. So the features that I care about are strong mid-rpm torque, outstanding top end power and engine longevity. I feel pretty comfortable with my choice of BES thus far.
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