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Old 02-04-2005, 08:31 PM
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And desktop dyno wizards out there?

If there is anyone who is good with a desktop dyno and has some spare time I would appreciate some help.

I am running a
350 four bolt block bored 0.040 over (Iron)
Eagle 383 stroker crank
Eagle I beam rods (Bushed)
Forged flattop pistons moly rings..(help me choose?!?)
sealed power bearings
direct drive cam gear (edelbrock quiet)
high flow oil pump

AFR 195cc heads
full roller rockers (1.5)
full roller camshaft (suggestions please!!! - input what you think would work best)

Victor Jr. intake manifold
Speed Demon carb 750(??)
MSD Distributor
hooker 1-7/8 headers

If there is any information that I am missing I apologize, I have never done this before. As indicated I have yet to choose a camshaft or pistons. Any advice would be greatly appreciated in those subjects or anything else (component conflicts)that I may not know about...

Thanks for your time!

P.S. this motor is going into an S-10 so I don't need Earth shattering torque, I would perfer overall power and a steady torque curve, This is a street truck with a five speed and 3.08 gears Thanks!

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more info...

i really need a little more info on your cam and heads... from what i got it was 229hp@ 3500rpm and 378ft lbs. @ 2000.
thats with 9.5:1 CR, 1.778" intake and 1.414" exhaust valves, and the lift on the cam: .357/.339. if that isnt correct i need the correct info to get more accurate numbers.
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I'm sorry,
The heads are 68cc chambers, I want about 10.5:1 compression, The Valves are 2.02/1.60 with a 195cc intake and 64cc exhaust port.

The cam, I'm not sure what to use thats what I was hoping somebody could tell me. If this motor produced that power I would shoot myself in the face....
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ok, i got you 430hp @ 5500rpm and 443ft. lbs. @ 4500rpm. and thats with a Crane cams power max emissions legal cam. 1000 - 4500rpm. 194*/204* @ .407/.429" lift. @ .050". and remember. these numbers are from the flywheel not the wheels. still, thats some pretty good power.
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Run like a comp cams XE288HR in that thing. that would give ya near 500 horsepower. But if you go with a real big cam i would recommend lowering the rear gears, unless ya feel like having a pretty soggy bottom end but running like 160 mph (scary in an s10). Its hard to run a very big cam with those high gears. But hey, its your combo, you do what ya want.
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is the comp cams 12-433-8 hyd roller too extreme for the street?
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I run the XE288HR in my 11:1 vortec headed 383. The idle is a little rough but I feel it very streetable. It pulls 11 inches of vaccum @ 950 rpm idleing, 750 rpm in gear with a generic 2800 stall converter. I also use a edelbrock rpm intake. It has plenty of low end and pulls strong from 3000-6000.
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