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Old 01-16-2013, 11:33 AM
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The RPO code LS3 in a 1970 Chevelle was at 330 hp a BBC 402.

At this pointless post I just made,I refuse to waste anymore time on a topic having nothing to do with the O/P's question.Furthermore,I refuse to be the second party hi-jacking this thread.

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Would lunant voodoo 60132 or 60133 be a good choice of cam
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I was looking at the lunati voodoo 60132 and 60133 cam i think they have complete kits to its going in a 87 monte carlo ss 7.5 10 bolt 4.10 gear but looking for ford 9in
Hope we didn't lose you.I left it off with a question about what your using for the bottom end of the engine??.
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Its a callies crank compstar h beam rods and mahle pistons its a complete rotating assembly im getting it internally balanced do i need a 350 damper and fly wheel since its internally balanced thanks for all the info
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Im looking for a serious street and strip motor. This is my first serious motor being built, i have had all the machine work done to it i have been looking at rotating assemblies in cnc notorsports website. The one i looked at says its 11.6 cimpression with 64 cc heads .im getting my heads port matched and bowl blended and putting 2.05 valves in them my question is what would be the best way to go for cam for best power on street and strip a retrofit roller or solid roller
I'd like to help you, but I need to see what you're talking about. Can you post a link to the parts you're talking about?
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Yeah im trying to sorry about that but is on.cnc motorsports 406 rotating assembly 11.6 compression
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my motors manual list no 70 400 small block with 10.25 to 1 330hp
funny they do list a 402 big block. tho.. carry on
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Its part number cnc-3704 for rotating assembly on cnc motorsports
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Competition Lightweight Rotating Assembly Kit, 3.750 Callies Crank, 6.0 Compstar Rods, Mahle 11.6:1 Pistons, Chevy 400/406 | CNC Motorsports | Car Parts | Truck Parts | Competition Engines
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:19 PM
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Yep.I'm liking the direction your going with this.
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Yep.I'm liking the direction your going with this.



Do you think that would be a good rotating assembly to go with
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Sent.my heads to machine shop to get steam holes drilled in them
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I appreciate all the info, im getting them port matched with my intake
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On the Brodix F.A.Q. website page it says not to drill steamholes.
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Has anyone seen the kmj performance assault torque converters and are they any good
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