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Old 02-20-2013, 08:43 PM
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I built a s10 with a 350 engine running around 450 to 500 HP its my every day driver I want to. Put a different can in it that has a awesome big lope in . it what is the best suggestions on what kind of can I should get? And I'm new to this site this is my first post so go easy on me lol

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I ment cam not can
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If your engine is making 450 - 500 horse power,it will already have an awesome lope.

what parts are in the engine? what manifold,carb,headers,CR?heads?
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I built a s10 with a 350 engine running around 450 to 500 HP its my every day driver I want to. Put a different can in it that has a awesome big lope in . it what is the best suggestions on what kind of can I should get? And I'm new to this site this is my first post so go easy on me lol


Woooow, really. A 350 making 450-500 will have loads of lope. Unless you spraying a 300 shot. If your 350 isnt loping the slightest, it aint making those hp numbers. Sorry bud
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It has a mean loap but I want more loap I haven't had it on a dyno yet the Guy that built the motor said it was pushing 450 to 500
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It has a mean loap but I want more loap I haven't had it on a dyno yet the Guy that built the motor said it was pushing 450 to 500
He lied....
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The guys who give wild HP figures were not alive in the 1970s or they would not make claims like that.

The baddest Corvette of them all was a 1967-1969 L88 427 CI Corvette and it was only rated at 430 HP at 4,000 RPM. . In production trim, the L88 engine had 450-500 HP on racing fuel at 6,000 RPM. Due to insurance and emissions standards, the L88 package was cancelled in 1970

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There is not one part in any engine that equals the sum total of the parts matched together.

THE TRUTH ONE MORE TIME IS WHAT YOU ARE DESCRIBING IS A POSER CAM!!.
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What RPM is idle ATM ?
What cam ATM ?



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