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TorqueMaster cam program update

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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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i shall wait patiently for this to be applicable to generic (i.e any) cylinder head
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digger wrote: Sun Sep 29, 2019 5:59 pm i shall wait patiently for this to be applicable to generic (i.e any) cylinder head
Digger,

I appreciate your patience here. My next move is to make this along with the flow bench program 4 valve friendly. It's a lot of work and I am still recovering from my brain surgery so I am not in the best of shape to handle my current work overload.

But I will get there!!!!
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The other 14 Day has expired and will no run. This is the install package for a new 14 Day version of TMC. It is in a zipped file that requires a password to Unzip. Please PM me to get the password. If it turns out to matter it was zipped with 7zFM.

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This is a new version of the install package for the 14 Day version of TMC. What is new is that this has a preliminary version for Pontiac (HFT, HRT, SRT). If you have tried a previous version this version will still. It is in a zipped file that requires a password to Unzip. Please PM me to get the password. If it turns out to matter it was zipped with 7zFM.

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I know some of you coming in here and reading this thread are saying they added Pontiac? The answer is yes we added Pontiac because I like Pontiac. I want to thank Mike / Pastry_Chef for all of his help during the development of the Pontiac version. I am, although very slowly working on a BBC SRT version. I have no idea of any time frame when it will even be ready for someone to "BETA" test.

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Thanks Stan,
I like Pontiac and Big Chevy as well. :)
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Stan Weiss wrote: Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:00 am I know some of you coming in here and reading this thread are saying they added Pontiac? The answer is yes we added Pontiac because I like Pontiac. I want to thank Mike / Pastry_Chef for all of his help during the development of the Pontiac version. I am, although very slowly working on a BBC SRT version. I have no idea of any time frame when it will even be ready for someone to "BETA" test.

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If you get this error." Run-time error "429": ActiveX component can't create object" error.

Please download and try this version if you get that error and let me know if it fixes things. Please note that anyone downloading the program for the first time should download the above version first. This zip file uses the same password as you were giving before.

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CamKing wrote: Fri Jul 10, 2020 1:45 pm
Stan Weiss wrote: Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:00 am I know some of you coming in here and reading this thread are saying they added Pontiac? The answer is yes we added Pontiac because I like Pontiac. I want to thank Mike / Pastry_Chef for all of his help during the development of the Pontiac version. I am, although very slowly working on a BBC SRT version. I have no idea of any time frame when it will even be ready for someone to "BETA" test.

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The program specs / lets you select most engine components. Hard to fit a Pontiac crankshaft into a SBF.

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Stan Weiss wrote: Fri Jul 10, 2020 2:47 pm
CamKing wrote: Fri Jul 10, 2020 1:45 pm
Stan Weiss wrote: Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:00 am I know some of you coming in here and reading this thread are saying they added Pontiac? The answer is yes we added Pontiac because I like Pontiac. I want to thank Mike / Pastry_Chef for all of his help during the development of the Pontiac version. I am, although very slowly working on a BBC SRT version. I have no idea of any time frame when it will even be ready for someone to "BETA" test.

Stan

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How does the cam know what logo is stamped on the block ? :wink:
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The program specs / lets you select most engine components. Hard to fit a Pontiac crankshaft into a SBF.

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Does it give you the part# of the crank, or just the stroke?
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CamKing wrote: Fri Jul 10, 2020 2:55 pm
Stan Weiss wrote: Fri Jul 10, 2020 2:47 pm
CamKing wrote: Fri Jul 10, 2020 1:45 pm
How does the cam know what logo is stamped on the block ? :wink:
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The program specs / lets you select most engine components. Hard to fit a Pontiac crankshaft into a SBF.

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Does it give you the part# of the crank, or just the stroke?
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There are a series of Excell spreadsheet which have a number of components. If I was doing my part better it would have part #, stroke, cast or forged for the Pontiac which main journal size 3" or 3.25".

This report is an example of a report of the shopping cart type function. Note they were random selections just for testing

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For the crank spec on SBF Windsor engines, the field should allow the 4.25 stroke cranks. Right now the max entry is 4.2

I fudged my inputs from my actual spec of 4.25 crank and 4.155 bore, to 4.2 crank and 4.18 bore to arrive at the right Cu in of 461.
Not sure if fudging the bore and stroke has an effect on the results?


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68fastback wrote: Wed Jul 15, 2020 2:26 pm For the crank spec on SBF Windsor engines, the field should allow the 4.25 stroke cranks. Right now the max entry is 4.2

I fudged my inputs from my actual spec of 4.25 crank and 4.155 bore, to 4.2 crank and 4.18 bore to arrive at the right Cu in of 461.
Not sure if fudging the bore and stroke has an effect on the results?


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I have not run your numbers so do not know what the results will be. But the program does know the difference. I have changed the program to let you enter a 4.25" stroke for the SBF.

This is a new version of the install package. While it says 14 Day version of TMC it is actually a 30 Day version. So if you have the 14 version up and running it should give another 16 days. If you have tried a previous version this version will still work. It is in a zipped file that requires a password to Unzip. It uses the same password as the previous version if you now have TMC running. Please PM me to get the password. If it turns out to matter it was zipped with 7zFM.

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Thanks Stan, loaded up and working fine
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I'm getting an error every time I try to download the zip file. Any thoughts?

Also, assuming I can get this resolved, anyone know the "Induction Length" that should be used for a Super Victor EFI (29245) manifold?

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