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Old 01-19-2013, 07:23 AM
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My 408 sbc build

2 bolt main 400 block bore .40 over kb pistons 7cc 2 relief flat top piston skat steel crank 5.7 rods dart pro 1 200cc 72cc 2.02 1.6 alumium heads, 750 holly dp, comp cam xr 282 hydro roller cam roller lifters, roller rockers 1.6, summit stage 3 intake, th350 trans 373 gears, what do ya'll think of this set up? Estimate horse power/torque, what stall do yall think ill need im thinking 3000, this will be just driven on the streets.

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high 400 depending on details, and 3k converter sounds good,not familiar with the intake?headers could be 1 5/8 or 1 3/4,depends on future use?You look like you are close to where the bigger headers are a good idea
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Keep in mind your static c.r., I figure you're right at 10.5 with what you provided.
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keep in mind your static c.r., i figure you're right at 10.5 with what you provided.
if im using a .041 gasket where would that put my static c.r.
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