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Old 03-10-2013, 04:14 PM
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lack of hard block

is it absolutely a have to fill your block if you wanna run an 1/8 mile with alcohol in a budget car 84 camaro with a 427 and ford 9 inch

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427 BBC? no fill needed.
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thanks bob save me some money and time
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Just telling you what we do.Yes we do block fill our 400's.It just seems to leakdown better and machine better as well.
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ok sounds good just a beginner at the machine work side....an old fart with parts ..... but i am trying
building a 427 bbc and just wanna go straight and fast on a limited budget .... a bucket list thing but dont wanna look like an idiot in the meantime haha
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Maybe not your original question,but remember alcohol is a cold racing fuel that needs solid spark(MSD) and increased jetting or better yet a alcohol set up carb.And it ant cheap.

We run it. Just a FYI.
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