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Old 01-11-2013, 08:11 PM
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blown Stock 350???

I have just bought a 6-71 wieand blower with two 650 holly carbs. for my 1952 chevy 3100 I have a rebuilt stock 350 with a mild cam running 8:5:1 if I really underdrive the blower can I bolt this on? I am doing it for the looks and sound slight performance?

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you can gain a lot of performance from doing that. Just make sure you get the tune right and you'll be fine. Start with a good amount of timing pulled out and running slightly rich and fix it from there- its safer than too much timing and too lean.
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I think you will enjoy the looks. The power will be 30% more than what you have now,maybe a little more.
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You want to look into a MSD delay ignition box.

Read this.It is first class:

http://www.holley.com/data/TechServi...ech%20Info.pdf
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You want to look into a MSD delay ignition box.

Read this.It is first class:

http://www.holley.com/data/TechServi...ech%20Info.pdf
Gary, if you're talking about an MSD BTM, I totally agree, almost a must have for street blower cars, even at mid boost levels.
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Gary, if you're talking about an MSD BTM, I totally agree, almost a must have for street blower cars, even at mid boost levels.
Yes I am and thanks for the help.
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