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Old 03-13-2008, 01:17 PM
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327 power!

just wondering if anybody had some good builds for a stout 327? looking for decent power without compromising some streetability. no stall, may consider nos/blowers. what do yall have?

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I'm a lil confused if you're lookin to build one yourself and want ideas or if you're asking us about ones we might have...anyway, if you want ideas for you then how stout are you talking, what do you want to do with it, whats it gonna be in etc...

if you're asking about 327's we have, I'm running one in my ice racer...I think it was originally in an early 60's 'vette, it's not real high output (ice ya know), small tube headers, holley street dominator w/ 650cfm carb on top and some other little knick knacks here and there...it's bolted up to a 4 speed manual truck tranny with 3.73 rear end gears...it's interesting building engines for ice racing because you want enough power to haul ***, but you can't cross the very fine line between traction and all out wheel spin...anyway peace!
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my last 327 I built
327 ci .040 over 10.25:1 pistons
170cc brodix heads aluminum
1.60 roller rockers
performer rpm intake
750cfm vacuum secondary holley
and a comp 30/30 cam
I was running a 4spd m-20 for awhile but swaped to a 5spd tremec
it wasnt the most streetable but it was very wicked for a small block I didnt have to adjust mines in the 3 years it was driven in my possesion but if you do something maybe a little less on everything my mileage wasnt the best either
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my last motor
030 over speed pro flat hyper pistons 0 decked
ported and shaved 461x double bumps
gasket matched weiand stealth intake
670 street avenger
edelbrock perf rpm cam
1.52 comp pro mag roller rockers
balanced
4 bolt 350 block
327 crank 5.7 rod)
2500 converter th350
A little over cammed or under stalled however u look at but loved to sit at 6800 and roast Engine Analyzer pro said 385hp at 6000 385tq lbs at 4000
very inexpensive build fun motor

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Old 03-13-2008, 09:41 PM
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A balanced 350 block? cant say I ever heard of one of them.
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i heard that 194 intake valves would be better for the street because of the small cid?is there any truth to this?
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