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hows this setup for rebuild

350 chevy the compresion ratio is 9.6 to 1 .030 over with forged manley 4 valve releif pistons, moly rings, new rod bearings, main bearings. speed pro .466 lift cam part no. cs1138r new speed pro lifters. the heads are 461 fuelie heads that have new stainless valves 2.02 intake and 1.6 exhaust new springs retainers split locks and screw in studs. the intake is a eldebrock rpm performer hei distributor. What kind of hp am I looking at?

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Dynamic Compression Ratio will be 8.0:1 with 9.6:1 SCR and that cam. That's giving away some cylinder pressure. More static compression ratio or a little less cam or both would make the motor work better. 10.0:1 with that cam will make 8.33:1 DCR and you'll like it better. Be sure to tighten up the squish so you don't detonate on pump gas.
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turns out they are 462 heads. Where can I get alt bracket that attaches to the hedder/water pump bolts?
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