Very impressive, Tom.
The FSA Mach1 cam is now available to the public for 300.00 + shipping. This cam has been run and tested for over a year and has performed above the competition in various sized builds. The graph below was a back to back test performed on a 734 against the OMW V3. Also you can view the head to head performance graphs below with the OMW3 vs Web 4 & HDD5150. PM me if interested or call (559) 647-8347.
M1 (red line) vs OMW V3 (blue line) - 734cc, +2 head, 52mm TB, WK coned intake, RE 14-1 piston, Monster duals
The runs below were performed by Mr. Horsepower on a high performance SB build.
WEB 4 dual pipes
HDD5150 dual pipes
OMW V3 dual pipes
OMW V3 single pipe
Last edited by Quadracers; 12-13-2011 at 01:37 PM.
Very impressive, Tom.
What head was the first test done on? and motor combo,,, being only 80 hp im assuming its a mild build
The Test done By OMW with on a stock bore with a Very unique custom head done by Bo White with a welded chamber and custom cut piston to match making it useless as a comparison base for someone else IMO
The build in the top graph is a 734, +2 head, 52mm TB, WK coned intake, RE 14-1 piston, Monster duals.
We have graphs of a 3 mod, high performance SB, 770, and 880 on our dyno with the M1 cam against the best cams on the market, but I think it's much more convincing posting a graph from a customers bike on an impartial dyno at Pure Evil.
The OMW graphs are relevant and comparable since all 3 cams were tested with the same head, on the same dyno, back to back. The clover shaped head adds compressions as well as improving the swirl of the head from intake to exhaust. If anything, this test would be more consistent with this type of head over a stock chamber head because of the efficiency factor. The graphs above show which of the 3 cams performed the best, which was then tested against the M1. It does not imply that the other cams are not good, only that the M1 is better even on a mild build.
Last edited by Quadracers; 12-10-2011 at 07:19 PM.
its good to see Aaron pick up some power on his build... i think his head was a KBR redone by Morgan
knit pick the build details till the end of time if you would like, bottom line is Tom and the boys have done more cam testing than ANY of the shops. I would take his recommendations on cam choice for a race day cam swap without testing any day of the week!
are you guys not building peak tq until 7k plus for a reason or is it just the way your rolling the throttle in the runs
im just curious not trying to start anything i like to see what other people find out as well. the DJ sheets look like they are a pretty good comparison to each other but the dont build peak TQ # until way late either is that the build specs or the way the runs were made
are they .500 lift ?
I have come here to chew bubble gum and kick ass and I'm all out of bubble gum.
yet another comparison to take with a grain of salt