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i am going to build a 327 for my wifes 92 s-10 blazer. what will set up can i use to give me the most steetable power? it has a 700r4 trans, i want to put a stall in it to but i dont know what size yet. i want it to be really strong, but i dont know to choose for parts. thanks

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Old 06-02-2008, 11:42 AM
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What is your budget and what parts do you have already?
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block, gm stock crank, i have some camel hump heads, but dont know if i want to use them. because they dont have the assy bracket holes.
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What is the vehicle being used for? Street 100%? Strip 50/50?
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a little of both
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If you want a real screamer you are going to need forged rods, and forged pistons, I like gapless rings, and a good set of aftermarket heads.

A roller cam will let you get pretty aggressive withought sacrificing bottom end driveability. A 2000+ stall converter will also open up your cam selection as well as a set of gears in the 3.55-3.73 range...depending on tire size.

Flat top pistons with two valve reliefs, and a set of modern 64cc heads will allow you to run more compression on pump gas.

If you have 4000 bucks you can build a really nice dual purpose motor, for 6000 it could be something really spectacular (blower maybe?). In that small vehicle it won't take a whole lot to get it moving.

My advise would be to start out with a really stout shortblock, with forged internals. That way you can put a 250 shot of nitrous on it at the track!
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