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Old 02-28-2012, 04:39 PM
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need some tips for sbc

hey guys I'm 16 and i just got my first truck and i want to do a budget build sbc . i already have a 350 with hooker headers, vortec heads, high rise intake, and holly carb. this stuff came on the motor when i got the truck but i was wondering if what i could do to make my motor to have at least 400 hp if its possible with $2000 but I'm pretty certain it is and what i could do to make it spin instead of hooking a booking. oh ya it has 373 gears with a posi rear end with a stage to shift kit in 700r tranny. any advise will be appreciated. thanks
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buy a performance kit from edelbrock and bolt it on...also have u ecu flased for better power gais or add a chip. and why would u want to burn ur tires...if u hook and book uve got it licked, if ur smokin ur settin on the line!
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because i like the feeling of spinning my tires when i push the gases typical 16 year old i guess ha but thanks for the advise
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i was planning on getting this do u think it would do any good
Pro Comp 190 heads
Professional Products Intake
Comp Cam XR282HR
Summit Racing Pushrods 7.4"
and a couple of other things to
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look at this build :
http://www.superchevy.com/technical/...ild/index.html
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Cheap 400hp Build

look at this link :

http://www.superchevy.com/technical/...ild/index.html
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Please don't double post, read the board guidelines. I've merged your other thread here.
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According to this nearly 9 year old thread you dug up this evening you already claimed to have this engine.
cheap engine build on a chevy 350

I'm going to say the same thing to you I said to another kid last night. Be straight with people here. Be consistent and don't pretend to have something that you don't have. You're 16 and people here are more than willing to help you but be straight up and honest with everybody.
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