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Old 01-08-2009, 06:05 PM
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chevy 350 horsepower help

hi guys im in desperate need of some advice i bought a sbc 350 from a guy on craigslist and put it in my 1979 camaro z28. and man this thing runs. i have a partial build sheet on it as far as some parts and things that were put in. i was wondering if someone could help to figure a approx horsepower and torque on this thing. heres what i have and thanks so much for all of your input
fresh block bored 30 over
new bearings and freeze plugs
10 under crank
reconditioned rods
block milled 10 thousanths
edelbrock performer rpm cam and lifters
stock 194 head
screw in studs
knarled valve guides
not sure of springs
edelbrock performer rpm intake
flat top 4 valve releif 30 over pistons
high volume oil pump

thats all i have on the paper i was thinking about 350 hp ? what do you think

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300 to 350 is about right.i had the same 350--4 bolt main,.030 over,flat tops.RV cam,edelbrock performer,quadra-jet, and headers in a '76 GMC Blazer, full-time 4-wheel drive. No problem out running '02 camaros and mustangs!!!
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thats not a whole lot of info but i would agree that it woudln't be more than 350
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