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#2104452 - 07/05/16 06:22 PM Re: UPDATED DYNO RESULTS ON THE " REV-N-NATOR" [Re: Frankenduster]
The R/T Garage Offline
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Registered: 06/10/10
Posts: 47
Loc: Mn
Hello Frankenduster,
The R/T Garage, is going through our older archives...
saying hello and responding when we have been so busy trying to manufacturer a huge project, missing many responses over the years.

10 to 40 hp increases over any stock box, will show on a high compression good motor. This is not 10-40 hp over msd.
Also, those increases have to do with many factors...

If the Rev-n-nator is on a low compression, worn out 318, 340,440 etc...there will not be a big hp difference because that motor does not demand much spark. But, you will have a stock look, quality product with a Rev limiter and tach function.

We do meet or exceed msd on all dyno challenges.
Thanks for being part of our production on moparts!
We will be updating new information to moparts and dyno videos.
We are not in this to lie or make a bad product.

Bumps and bruises like any new product but, We are still here for the real Mopar Maniacs! Have a great day! wave

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#2107219 - 07/10/16 09:15 AM Re: UPDATED DYNO RESULTS ON THE " REV-N-NATOR" [Re: The R/T Garage]
furygt Offline
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Registered: 06/09/04
Posts: 212
Loc: Middletown, CT
I read about the Rev-N-Nator a few years back and looked at the feedback etc. and decided this was the product for my new build, a street and strip use '68 Sport Fury with a stock appearing stroker motor that would run in the SuperCar Racers series. I have not used anything else in the car for comparison but I am very pleased with this item. I was so glad that I had this when a missed shift resulting in the rev limiter kicking in. The built in rev limiter likely saved me several thousand dollars or more. What price can you put on something like this that is so easy install, is reliable and gives you the protection of a built in rev limiter that you can easily set and in the unlikely event that it fails, you can swap in a $20 stock replacement ignition module to get you home. For me, this was a no brainer and I am convinced that it is one of the reasons that my car runs so well, even on last years fuel. I have no connection with the good folks who make this item.

Bill

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#2369897 - 09/13/17 04:53 AM Re: UPDATED DYNO RESULTS ON THE " REV-N-NATOR" [Re: The R/T Garage]
cedarmachine Offline
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Registered: 02/07/13
Posts: 41
Loc: Northern MN
I installed a Rev-N-Nator on my 1970 Charger 440-6. Originally dynoed at 470hp and 545 TQ, it's a mild build, but pulls plenty hard.

The rev-n-nator did make it run better, and be less fuel picky as that's been a problem with 11:1

Seems to pull a bit harder and more smoothly. The rev limiter is great too, no popping and banging from over revving. Just lays down smoothly if you turn it too hard.

I probably wouldn't run another Mopar without one. I bought their coil too. Great people to deal with. The product is solid.

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