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Old 03-03-2005, 12:39 PM
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plz leave me high hp builds on here, or links or whatever you will. SBC or BBC, either one will be greatly appreciated

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Horsepower 720 @ 6250 RPM
Torque 685 Ft. Lbs. @ 4500 RPM
Max. Recommended RPM 6750 RPM
Compression Ratio 12:1
Partial Engine 12498825
Block 25534368 Tall Deck
Bearing Kit, Main 88962212
Bearing Kit, Camshaft 12499434
Crankshaft 88961554 Forged 4340 Steel
Connecting Rod 88962926 Forged 4340 Steel
Bearing Kit, Connecting Rod....88961556
Piston & Pin 88963227 Forged Aluminum
Piston Ring 12499212 Plasma-moly
Camshaft 88962216 Mechanical roller
Balancer 88962814 SFI Approved
Cylinder Head 88961160 Aluminum
Gasket, Head 88961561
Rocker Covers, pair 12499200 "572"
Valve, Intake 12366987 2.25" Stainless steel
Valve, Exhaust 88963128 1.88" Stainless steel
Valve, Spring 88963933 Dual
Valve, Retainer 12366990 Chrome moly steel
Key, Valve Retainer 12366992
Shim, Valve Spring 88963937
Rocker Arm 12361323 Roller 1.7:1
Lifters 88962920 Roller
Push Rod, Intake 88962284 High performance one piece
Push Rod, Exhaust 88962283 High performance one piece
Oil Pan 10240721
Windage Tray, Oil 88962187
Gasket, Oil Pan 10106407
Oil Pump 88963707
Spark Plug 5613100 - R42XLS
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What cubic inch engine was that Lonestar?
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That is the GM 572/720R BBC.
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Just strap a GE90-115B1 to the box of a truck and go....should be all the power you need cant say it will be real streetable tho.

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Just strap a GE90-110B1 to the box of a truck and go....should be all the power you need cant say it will be real streetable tho.
http://www.spunk.org/library/humour/sp001533.html
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I really dont see a JATO getting a car going 350MPH atleast thats always been my think with that myth.
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I really dont see a JATO getting a car going 350MPH atleast thats always been my think with that myth.
Right, I think the largest JATO made (solid fuel) was 1,000 lb thrust...not enough to propel a 4,000 lb car at 350 mph.
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I will try to cover a few different types of motors.

pump gas BBC:
502 AFR 315cc heads 9:1 compression 741 hp
http://airflowresearch.com/articles/article52/A-P1.htm

Pump gas SBC:
408 AFR 227cc heads 9.9:1 compression 620 hp
http://airflowresearch.com/articles/article45/A-P1.htm

Pump gas superhcarged BBC:
427 GMPP heads procharger 28 psi 7.3:1 compression 1500 hp
http://www.procharger.com/chevy_nova.shtml

Race fuel BBC:
760 pro stock heads 1540 hp
http://www.steveschmidtracing.com/ssr_095.htm

Race fuel SBC:
434 15 degree heads 850 hp
http://www.steveschmidtracing.com/ssr_089.htm

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Nothing beats nitrous... Just make sure you have the pistons that can handle the added stress.
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http://ryanscarpage.50megs.com/combos1.html

tons of builds here all SBC
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