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Old 02-28-2013, 11:02 PM
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need stroker help...

hoping for some good advice on here. iv just put together a 383 useing a .30 over 4bolt main 1pc block. bought a forged steel balenced eagle assembly, bought some cnc procomp heads, i had myers performace assemble and fix them up. i had to use +.100longer push rods, i have comp cams roller tip 1.6 rocker arms, a voodoo hyd. camshaft, 241/249 dur. and 526/549 lift. computer tells me raises my lift to a 560/582 with these rockers. i have a pete jackson gear drive and a victor intake with a 750hp holly. can anybody tell me est.horsepower/torque??? mabey rpm max?? Any good advice would be great. thanks guys

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srry and i have flat top pistons. i belive it to be 10.2:1 thanks agian fellas
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:06 PM
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yikes!!!! roller tip? not a hydraulic flat tappet?!? and a gear drive?

lets ask Painted Jester to chime in,this one I d K
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:34 PM
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Ill stab at 425 FWHP 5500 rpm with a balanced assembly LOL!!!!

I don't estimate HP Too many variables I think its silly put it on a dino and tune it in and see what you have! Why build something you have no Idea what HP or rpm you will have when its finished

There are a hundred guys on here that will tell you what HP you have but not me!!!!!!!

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Don't kid yourself that even after a engine dyno pull on our race engines,we don't go out in spring on test and tune nights to dial it in,that a weather station doesn't play a role in that on every outing,that on the street you'll never know what your missing unless you come across someone with exactly what you have and he blows you out of your high tops.

Either with a engine dyno or a computer generated estimate,those results are under perfect conditions and that almost never happens
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didn't think anyone still used those geardrives, spark shatter will kill any hp dreams..
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didn't think anyone still used those geardrives, spark shatter will kill any hp dreams..
Well the really neat thing about gear drives is shatter aside,they do wear out cam bearings three times as fast.
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