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A 350 bored 0.30 over 9.5to1 compresstion dish piston's with 300 camle hump heads. Ideal to 5,500 edelbrock intake 600 edelbrock carb with racing 460lift 224duration at.050 LUNATI cam do I need new valve spring's . I'm going to set the cam 4 degree's adv

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I would go with a rpm air-gap intake which is better to higher rpms but also gives better low end torque than a performer (found out after i bought mine, so was kicking myself)

If you plan on ever taking the car to the strip i would suggest a holley 600 cfm or larger carb. Edelbrock only if it's gonna be a only street car. (personal opinion but holleys tend to be better for race applications)

Add a Msd 6 ignition and coil and you've got a hot cruiser.
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you should at least upgrade to the Z-28 style springs, they are cheap insurance!
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