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Old 06-06-2008, 05:21 PM
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Has anyone else actually run this motor? I have been thinking about it and would like to hear from more people with more experience with it. The car is a 68 firebird that is getting an M-21, and a 9-inch in the next month or so after I finish gathering parts.

My goal for the car is for it to run a solid 12 second quarter mile and more importantly all around fun to drive. I also want to use (with the exception of safety items) parts that were available in the seventies where possible, my Dad has a set of camel humps he is giving me, how would these be on this motor? This is not a DD and is only driven when I want to, and I am used the quirks of a modified vehicle. I am thinking a nice fast spinning small block would be well suited to this goal. So please let me know if I am in line here.


Originally Posted by lapersinger
I Heard So Many Bad Things About A 377, So I Went And Built One.and Wow It Is Now My Favorite Engine.i Have It In My 67 Camaro 373 Gear 4 Speed.the Engine Has Kb Flat Tops, Comp Roller Cam, Afr 180 Heads, Rpm Gap Intake ,holley 750, Msd 6al,comp Mag Flat Out Flys.let Me Remind You This Is A Street Car, Runs Awsome On Pump Gas.from 2500rpms All The Way To The 6500 Chip This Engine Pulls Like There Is No My Advise Is Build It And Get Ready To Smile.
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