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Old 03-29-2004, 08:44 PM
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350 heads

i'm ona budget so i'm doing alot of shopping on ebay.
i'm trying to to find a 350 chevy to play with.
i plan to do little work to it
i plan to most of the parts from ebay.

i never heard of dart or proline heads. are they any good?
they are resonable price on ebay.

which hooley carb to get? 650 or 750

what cam to get?

they have some intake i've never heard of before


i just want daily driver that has a bit of power but not too much

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Old 03-29-2004, 10:41 PM
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I'm not sure how much help this will be, but here goes.

First of all, you need a plan.

How much can you spend?

What parts (if any) do you already have?

It's easy to bench race and build motors with a keyboard (no grease under the nails that way) BUT, we can speculate all day and miss your goal entirely.

Don't select parts one at a time because you want to be able to tell your buddies you have a "Holley 750' on your 350...select your parts like you would select members of a band. Pick all the right ones and they perform EXCELLENT together...

You can go pretty far with reliability and power using massaged, cleaned up, and machined stock parts (crank, rods, heads, etc...) with a few aftermarket goodies thrown in....

For a benchmark, a 300 hp small block with close to 400 ft lbs of torque is fairly easy to do with a few aftermarket parts, and if you aren't hung up on having certain brands, you can certainly put the whole mess together reliably on a shoestring. Also, consider what this motor will be going in and how you are getting all this raw cheap power to the wheels...that will impact your budget.

SO, think about these points and some comments that I'm sure others will have and get back with us, OK?

Look forward to hearing what you come up with.
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