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Old 01-21-2009, 11:57 AM
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i finished building my 350 bored 40 over turned it to a 357 all eagle rotating assembly 4 valve release flattops comp extreme energy flat tappet cam 284/296 507/510 lift rhs pro action heads 220cc 2.02/1.60 64cc rpm edelbrock intake 750 holleycarb, headers dual exhuast 350 turbo with shift kit 2400-2500 stall 373 posi rearend in my 85 monte carlo ss how much hp an torque would i push an what would my time be at the track

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Come On Guys Help Me Out What You Think I Would Run An How Hp An Torque Or Is It Even Worth Taking To The Track
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They're all worth taking to the track...I would say 15s.

Now tell us some more about what you have, I am going to venture that guess, on street tires, pretty much stock trim, no lightening for weight. Pretty hard to guess...but there's mine.
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come on guys i have a set of pro star weld wheels with mt street radial tires 275/60R15 in back 235/60R15 IN FRONT AFTERMARKET 2' COWL HOOD ALUMINUM HEADS ALL ACCESSORIES TAKEN OFF ELECTRIC WATER PUMP MALLORY HEI 85 SERIES DISTRIBUTOR, INSIDE IS MOSTLY THEIR I LIKE IT WHATS NOT TO LIKE BUCKET SEATS CONSOLE SHIFTER ON THE FLOOR AFTERMARKET GUAGES 5'RPM TACH I KNOW IT LL DO FASTER THAN 15
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ive been bracketracing and building consistant bracket cars for 15 years, i will give some pointers dont take it personal. With that big cam, and those 220 intake runners and that small stall your not going to be much impressed with the low end torque, especially in a street strip car, you need to ditch those heads get something with no more than 180 to 200 intake runners, your cam will be ok but you nead a 3200 to 3500 stall converter, and 410 gears to make it really cook and still be dependable. Its kinda miss matched so i would guess maybe low15,s your 60ft times will be pretty bad and that effects everything. If it were mine and i was on tight budget i would sell the big heads buy some vortecs from summit with bigger springs and screw in studs, you would have to get an intake to match your combo, get a 3,000 stall converter, and with the 373 gears, you could run low 13s possibly high 12s depending on your cars weight. Remember its all about the combo you could take the low buck matched stuff and run circles around a high dollar miss matched wreck. Hope this helps
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I agree, those are the same size heads I have on my 406. They're too big for your 350. If you want to keep them at least get the recommended higher stall.
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