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Author Topic:   350 cfm carb
djtire
Member
posted July 29, 2002 12:46 PM

We are trying to get our car set up to run IMCA street stock. The carb rule is killing us! Any help with head, header lenghth, cam #s etc. would be appreciated.


KPLugnut
Member
posted July 29, 2002 01:51 PM
I can help you a LOT. email me or PM me, or let me know if you'd like full info "in public" here.
We have winning cars in IA, IN, AR, AL, NY,
NC, CA, and several other states, all running the small 7448 carbs.
We "consult" with every racer individually and tailor every item to their needs.

We also sell a killer racing oil as well as
being a dealer for most racing parts mfr's.

Just offerin'..

Kinetic Performance

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istock59
Member
posted July 29, 2002 02:14 PM
Cam selection is CRITICAL with this small of a carb. We can't give you specific #'s without more info on motor combo, track size, etc, etc. If you REALLY want a great cam, call Charles at CamCraft. He'll grind you something special, just for your combo.

I can personally vouch for Dayton at Kinetic Performance too. He's done some nice things to my 7448.

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jammin
Administrator
posted July 29, 2002 02:53 PM
I will also vouch for KP and Cramac. Love the oil...will not run anything else! As far as KP's carbs.....you just have to try one yourself....you won't be disappointed.


jammin


ddoti1
Member
posted July 29, 2002 06:00 PM
I will say Dayton @ KP did a nice piece for me ( Holley 4412 ) and yes I seen a difference In my car & with times !

As always Good job Dayton !

But I d like to here more about this oil !

My 355 is now 4 years old its got 2 track championships under its belt at one track and 2 top dog winners @ another track, but man this ones a winner,I change oil every
other weekend with Pennzoil (50 racing)and a can of STP and a AC Delco filter and the motor speaks for itself. We run @ a track with an open Cubic inch rule so we put it on alot of 406 s week in and week out ! But if this oil is THE STUFF then maybe I should give it a try!


KPLugnut
Member
posted July 29, 2002 09:41 PM
Jeez, keep it up guys, and I'll start thinking I know what the heck I'm doing or something! LOL!
Honestly, thanks everyone. It's good that the parts and hours of labor are paying off for ya.

As for Cramac Racing Oil, the stuff will give the average motor at least a couple tenths on the stopwatch and a few hundred rpm's as well, as compared to 20-50 or straight 50 racing oils.
It is priced about the same as the better synthetic oils and comes in gallon jugs or in cases of 6 gallons (better price).
$22.95 per gallon or $132/case plus shipping
Now, before everyone has a "cow" over the pricing, keep in mind you can race the stuff LONGER than conventional oils (most are averaging 4 races), as long as the filter is kept fresh, but you'll also notice far less "stuff" in the filters (for those who cut 'em open).
I can have it drop-shipped to anywhere, too.

There is also a sponsorship program that we head up for the stockcar world (kart racers, too), and we'll be considering candidates for the 2003 season beginning this fall.

Any other questions, just ask. Always willing to help anyone go faster.

Dayton Umholtz, owner
Kinetic Performance


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