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It's. 383 stroker and I was going to run 195cc heads afr heads
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what heads did you decide? 210 AFRs will get you to 550 HP and the ability to rev 7k?
195 AFRs will get you close with 6600 rpm ish power
if using a solid roller
if using a hydraulic roller consider 6500 ish as a built in redline
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210 heads 10:7:1 compression haven't decided o a good cam yet any suggestions that works good with multiport injection if so what's the part numbers and make ?
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210 AFRs or someone elses heads?
if from another maker,quote flow numbers?
10.7 will require you to tune carefully,FI is a good choice and if you can do it? rpm range you want?
solid roller or hydraulic?
rocker arms or shafts?
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210 AFRs or someone elses heads?
if from another maker,quote flow numbers?
10.7 will require you to tune carefully,FI is a good choice and if you can do it? rpm range you want?
solid roller or hydraulic?
rocker arms or shafts?
Good points- I'll add instead of flow number quote the actaul head, provide a link if you can. Flow numbers are also PART of the package and don't mean everything- the large port Vortec Bowtie is a good example of that- it makes more power than the flow numbers would indicate.
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thats with a 65cc chamber that will give me 10:7:1 compression if i go with a 75cc it should drop it down around 10:1 im still iffy if i wanna run such high compression im just takeing off right now im goign to do some reasearch and post a build up on here later and see what you guys think and would change thanks for your guys input
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what about with 68 cc or 70 cc or 72 cc?
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Cam wise for tuning it is better to have a 112 or 114 lobe center.Sure makes tuning easier.
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all i seen was a 65cc and 75 cc chamber in afr ill check more into it been busy
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i bought this block already do you think the cam would be good for fuel injection and the afr heads i know th lsa is 110 let me kno what u guys think
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so my next question is cause this block with a 65cc head runs 10.9:1 compression withthe flat top pistons if i go to a 75cc chamber head will i be around the 10.4:1 ratio with a standard thickness head gasket ?
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