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Old 07-11-2012, 06:15 PM
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383 hp est.

383CI TFS 225 cnc ported heads with 2.02/1.60 valves 64cc
Victor JR ported
Bullet solid rlr 261/275- 675/653 on a 111 ls
Block was decked .015
SRP Flat top pistons 5.7 rods
850CFM Demon GC
head gasket is .040
this is ran through 1-7/8 long tubes with 3 in exhaust and dynomax bullets
Norm i could care less about #s but after reading all the post on hear i was just curious. thanks for any help.

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it's kinda wierd to find a 225cc runner head with only 2.02 intake valves in it. and with the lift you are running i would think you would look into 2.08-2.10 intake valves. it's also a little strange to find a solid roller cam with that duration @ .050 that has a LSA of 111.

without doing any calculations it should be in the 11:1 range, if everything is put together and tuned right i would think you could see 550hp/500tq
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Yea the shop that did all the head wrk said leave them alone! as this engine will see street time. The cam grind is for nitrous. If it will come close to that # then sweet chickens. Thanks sir.
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