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Old 10-13-2010, 10:46 PM
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383 stroker help

Hey guys I have a 383 stroker that I am putting a victor JR. intake and a set of Brodix spec heads on I have a 750 elderbrock and a 600 I dont know which I want to put on need help with that and I also need help with the cam size I'm thinking about a like a 246/254 or a 254/254 or maybe a better suggested cam I would like a good lope and Im looking to do 10's or better on the track I dont have car yet but I'm looking at a 91 Irok Z28 any help or suggestions are appreciated thanks

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don't worry it will have a lope and then some

at a stock IROC weight of about 3350lbs your gonna need about 580 rear wheel HP for a 10.5 pass, thats if she hooks like a champ and without driver details. thats about 700 hp at the big flywheel maybe. she's a screamer, is this 383 on the juice? all forged? 750 cfm may or may not feed the thing, the 600 cfm is not going to happen IMO
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custom 10 I have thought about juicing it but not a big fan trying to do just all out horse power
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What the he-- is an "elderbrock"
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custom 10 I have thought about juicing it but not a big fan trying to do just all out horse power
You want to make 700 hp on a naturally-aspirated small block? Did you see this build in a magazine?
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no tech I never have I wasnt planing on 700 I found a kit that will make 500 and I think what I have is better then the kit just dont know what cam to run the kit makes 500hp and 450 ft lbs of torque so I was thinking somewhere around there maybe a little more with what I got
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You can go 10.50 with 478 flywheel horsepower in a car that weighs 2800 lbs. Put the car on a diet and that 500 hp recipe will work fine.
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cool thanks tech so you think that cam I picked out will work
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I think thats 478 rear wheel HP for a 10.5 pass @2800 lbs

mj i am a little confused by the info so far,,, do you already have the 383 short block built except for the cam? if so list the all the details please and maybe we can help out.
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I'm thinking about a like a 246/254 or a 254/254
A cam such as this will work well with a static compression ratio of 11.25:1 to 13.00:1. What is the SCR of your motor?
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Tech I'm looking at 10:5:1 no custom it's not together yet I want to get everything I need for it and then I'll put it together I have the block crank brodix heads victor Jr. intake 750 eldelbrock carb just no cam and accs. but those will come as soon as the main stuff is together
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