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Old 05-04-2010, 07:01 PM
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I have a 63 pannel van - 4160lbs.
468 comp 9:1:1 (flat top)
super street carb 830cfm
4 hole carb spacer with open spacer on the bottom
holley blue fuel pump
elgin pro stock cam -dur .50 255/263 cams 3200-6500 rpm
alummuim heads 2.25/1.88 milled .1000
soild lift
msd spitfire distib.
2800 stall
373 eaton posi
1 7/8 headers dual exhaust
alummuim drive shaft
fiberglass cowl 4" hood
th400 - slap shift
rpm air gap manifold
high flow oil pump
roller rockers
roller timing chain
oil cooler
trans cooler
alummuim radator /therm 180' 3/16 hole drilled
elect. dual fans covers entire rad.
2 1/4 EXHAUST WITH FLOW MASTER40 with cut outs

SINCE I PUT THE TRANS IN IT REALLY ROCKS

what could i do to kick the horsepower or tork without
rebuilding the bottom end.

ANYBODY HAVE ANY IDEAS??

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Toss a 871 or 671 pro street blower and run it 10% under drive and a intercooler
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can yo run it on 9:1 comp
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Add a second fuel line, a second fuel pump, and add nitrous. Almost anything else is going to require a total redesign of the engine. Getting rid of 1000 lbs would do the same trick, don't know where you will take it from though.
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yeah i starting with fiberglass hood next fenders doors and back doors
heavy beast
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