Toast Dyno Day #1: Huge Problems Keep Us From Our 1,000+hp Goal!

  • Published on:  Monday, September 16, 2019
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  • Cleetus McFarland

    Cleetus McFarland

     2 months ago +1592

    I know we’re not running at the level we want to be just yet, but be patient and we’ll get the bald eagles off the ground! Thanks for understanding struggles happen with these new builds.

  • Kyle Fleury

    Kyle Fleury

     5 days ago

    belt slipping ?? looks like the big belt's spin pattern changes at your "wall"

  • Jordan Knibbe

    Jordan Knibbe

     1 months ago

    That thing is loud, yee yee!

  • Donald Bollinger

    Donald Bollinger

     1 months ago

    dude were here threw the good times and the bad dyno days its all stuff that we all would deal with. keep it up man.



     1 months ago

    Freedom baby freedom !

  • John F.

    John F.

     1 months ago +1

    When its slowing down on the Dyno, it sounds like a jet.

  • David Rico

    David Rico

     1 months ago

    Methanol? Supercharged needs A/F ratio 3.5-1. Plug gap about 0.015. Timing locked out around 30°. Check if nuts or bolts are coming loose. Manifold bolts, valve covers etc. If they are backing off,its detonating. Plugs really should have clean porcelain. Color on the threads and ground strap. Ground the heads to the block and battery. Methanol is great for going fast. 50% oxygen it is. Run it rich to keep the chambers cool. Do some research, dont burn it down and have fun!

  • Racingboom The Pleb

    Racingboom The Pleb

     1 months ago +6

    Dude when he’s reversing that thing, I’d be so terrified to give it any throttle

  • Jorfizle23


     1 months ago +2

    shoots out oil everywhere... wheres it comin from??? i dont know... lets just send it again and hope for the best... -_-

  • Loki the sly one

    Loki the sly one

     1 months ago

    He looks like Jimmy Fallon with a beard!

  • Greg Waite

    Greg Waite

     1 months ago

    Not having the proper sized hat makes it hard to tune.

  • Emmanuel Ferrante

    Emmanuel Ferrante

     1 months ago

    I watch videos for entertainment, your videos have way too much drama.

  • ratykat


     1 months ago

    You know what you're having these issues? You havent got U S A on the blades yet!

  • Randy Hall

    Randy Hall

     1 months ago

    Kirkey should go ahead and sponsor this channel. So should Mountain Dew.

  • vortecemachine


     1 months ago

    Im wondering if it was a glitch in the software? I would add a plug n play rev limiter by msd or something to be on safe side

  • Aaron Schilling

    Aaron Schilling

     1 months ago

    What kind of trans are you gonna put in this beast

  • CJ T59

    CJ T59

     1 months ago

    What headers are you running?

  • Daniel White

    Daniel White

     1 months ago

    Toast vs hub dyno

  • Dylan Melott

    Dylan Melott

     1 months ago


  • rjd048


     1 months ago

    You mentioned that the motor made 800 HP before the blower install. Sounds like the cam is the problem, when running a blower the lobe separation is different than naturally aspirated