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TorqueMaster cam program update

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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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CMIdiesel47448 wrote: Mon Aug 10, 2020 1:34 pm 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?

Thanks, Damon
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What error are you getting. I just click the link and had no problems.

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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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CMIdiesel47448 wrote:
anyone know the "Induction Length" that should be used for a Super Victor EFI (29245) manifold?

Thanks, Damon

Seeing as it may be modelled after the traditional Super Vic (non EFI), you may find that info at Speier'S website.

http://speierracingheads.com/manifold-lengths.html
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Further to the above, add to the manifold runner length the length of the intake port on the particular head you're using.
I think you'll find though the intake tract part of the program doesn't physically change the cam spec generated. It's more of a tool for determining where a given intake length will make peak torque. It's then a matter of manipulating that length to work with the cam.
At least that's how my free trial version of TM played out.
That, and a great deal of resistance from the resident internet forum experts.
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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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Thank you Stan, worked fine today...
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Thanks skinnyz!
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CMIdiesel47448 wrote:
> Thanks skinnyz!

I'll be interested in your feedback on TM.
It was a hard sell for just about anybody I engaged with regarding it's functionality or accuracy. Personally I have a pretty good understanding but those on the outside looking in just tend to criticize.
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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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Actually looks like that SRH stuff if all Chevy. Anyone have a good number for 2924/29245 (Super Victor 351W) combined with AFR 220 Competition head? Assume it should be pretty close to the DV 408 build from several years ago. This is a 408W as well...

Thanks, Damon

skinny z wrote:
> CMIdiesel47448 wrote:
> anyone know the "Induction Length" that should be used for a
> Super Victor EFI (29245) manifold?
>
> Thanks, Damon
>
> Seeing as it may be modelled after the traditional Super Vic (non EFI), you
> may find that info at Speier'S website.
>
> http://speierracingheads.com/manifold-lengths.html
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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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I have done some housekeeping in this thread. The trail programs were all outdated and would not run anymore, so I removed them . The software User manual was also outdated and I removed it also. I have uploaded the latest User manual in this post.

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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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Hi Stan

What's the latest with Torque Master?
It seems that the original webstore is no longer. I'd be interested in another go around with the program.
Thanks.
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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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skinny z wrote: Sat Dec 03, 2022 10:54 am Hi Stan

What's the latest with Torque Master?
It seems that the original webstore is no longer. I'd be interested in another go around with the program.
Thanks.
Kevin,
Yes, David's web site is down. I am not sure when there will anything up and running to replace it.

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THAT is unfortunate.
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I am not sure how long it will be before David can get something done.

I have put something together as a temporary fix. It has a much different look and feel then the old web site but should get the job done for now,

http://www.magneticlynx.com/DV

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Re: TorqueMaster cam program update

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Stan Weiss wrote:
> I am not sure how long it will be before David can get something done.
>
> I have put something together as a temporary fix. It has a much different
> look and feel then the old web site but should get the job done for now,
>
> http://www.magneticlynx.com/DV
>
> Stan

Thanks Stan.
Purchase pending.
Kevin
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