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Trying to turn above 3200 is about a wasted attempt on a VE. The VE doesn't fuel will at high RPM's. The design of the pump has built in restrictions that can't be removed. Those restriction do not allow high RPM fueling like a p-pump does.
With a VE engine you have to make all your power down in the 3200 or less RPM range.
As far as valve float. Yea that normaly happens above 3200 RPM or so.
But weak valve springs do not let an engine Rev as freely/ fast as it should.
93 W350 w/duals, fuel pin turned, 6X.018" injectors, 4" exhaust, 3" air intake horn, HX40/16, G56 /SBC Con-OFE, 307's axles' 2" skyjacker lift, B&W flatbed
Last edited by Philip; 07-08-2010 at 01:39 PM.