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Old 07-31-2006, 05:21 PM
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350 sbc build up help!!!

i hav a 350 sbc block #3970010 with the power pack heads 1.94"in 1.50" ex
i want to do a minor build up on it i want to keep the stock heads pistons ect. but want to upgrade the cam intake and carb.
i was looking at the holley systemax kit that contains
a holley dual plane intake part # 300-36
lunati camshaft and lifters p/n 06-108Lk
dubble roller timing chain and gears

the cam intake is .457*/268*
ex .457/268*
intake valvue duration .050*: 218 degrees
exhaust valvue duration 0.50 218 degrees
rocker arm ratio 1.5
intake valvue lobe centerline 105*
lobe sep. 110*
with a 650 dp can anyone give me an estimate on how much hp and tq this engine will make thank you verry much

and also if you know of any PROVEN 350 combonations that make max horsepower for the street please send me the information thanks alot

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Compression ratio is a little low. When you get your new heads, bigger valves and a slightly smaller chamber will help alot.



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