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Old 07-17-2006, 01:35 PM
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don't understmate the 403 this one is makin big HP 403 Olds 9.70 compression 491 hp 489 tq



9.70:1 compression
7a heads ported for low lift flow by FCR
custom hydraulic flat tappet cam by FCR
street dominator intake modified and ported by FCR
800 holley dp
hedman g body headers 1 3/4 (JUNK)with 18"extension
cast replacement pistons ( this engine was the one Bandit bought from Dave H and was already overhauled and balanced)
ARP rodbolts, headbolts and main studs
Cryoe'd block and crank
CLICK HERE TO SEE AND HEAR THIS ENGINE DYNO'ED http://fcrparts.com/Engines_and_Dyno.html



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OLDSMOBILE PERFORMANCE PARTS AND ENGINES. Kooks headers Ultra Dyne cams and performance parts for Olds. Cometic gaskets Still $150.00 a pair.



lots of Olds motor & tranny info here http://www.442.com/oldsfaq/oldsfaq.htm


Olds 403 has No steam holes !

a stock 403 has potential, it has a bigger bore than a BBC . a good set of early 350 olds heads is the way to go (350 olds heads need the head bolt holes enlarged to 1/2" ). The 403 responds well to a bit more camshaft and compression. use earlier 350 heads ('68-'72 will do it, but the '72's are the best) to raise the compression, and an Edelbrock Performer-grind cam (these cams are available from other sources than Edelbrock, who I suspect purchases them from another supplier).

A stock 403 Olds engine has tons of torque. Carbs aren't the problem. The problem is the heads. Their combustion chambers are too large, around 83ccs. This results in a compression ratio around 8.0 to 1. Try to find a set of 350 heads from 1973 or before. This will raise compression enough to even think about HP.

If you add 72 or earlier 350 cylinder heads, your compression will be abound 9.5:1-10:1. It will increase your HP considerably, though you'll probably want to add a cam that can take advantage of that high compression.



small block olds head info here

http://www.442.com/oldsfaq/ofhed.htm#Heads

http://www.442.com/oldsfaq/ofe403.h...CIDEngineDetail some good Build up info here.

a Good site for 403 Olds and all Olds info http://www.realoldspower.com there a guy on the ROP Olds site in Omaha Ne. goes by Mr. Olds that will talk to you on the phone (super nice guy) and knows his Olds and the 403. Terry FCR PERFORMANCE .com 1 877-215-1800 TOLL FREE
OLDSMOBILE PERFORMANCE PARTS AND ENGINES. We sell Kooks headers Ultra Dyne cams and most other performance parts for Olds.


http://www.realoldspower.com/phpBB2/...ic.php?t=21960
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