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02-20-2013 11:47 PM
Originally Posted by bjautos7 View Post

in these photo's i started of by cleaning the casting around the block.

you need to use the img tag if posting from flicker/photoshop/imageshack

[img] your photo [/img]
02-20-2013 11:27 PM
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in these photo's i started of by cleaning the casting around the block.
02-20-2013 10:07 PM
bjautos7 thanks i am looking forword to putting togiver , can't work out how to posts photos.
02-20-2013 10:03 PM
vinniekq2 other than the cam sounds great.The cam is good,just not much for a stout 383.It should make great mid range power. Enjoy all the assemblies and fittings. Post some pictures when its done.
02-20-2013 09:52 PM
putting togiver my 383 chevy.

hi every one , i have got all my parts now and ready to start my engine build.

this is a part list of the gear that i have, the block is a 87 350 roller block , two bolt mains
.30 over decked e.c.t , arp studs , reworked moroso std oil pump with anticavitiation grooves , have cleaned up rear main cap where the oil pump bolts too.

streamlined filter mount area and passage to filter and exits.
cleaned and opened up areas that drain the oil back to crank case.
fitted brass standpipes in valley floor.ground down the two large holes at the front of the block , now oil retune through front and rear of block.

have a scat 383 strocker kit with 3.75 forged crank , scat premium 6" rods with 7/16 bolts.
pistons are probe forged sprotman race series with 12.80cc dish , moly ring set.
heads are air flow research 195cc with 65cc chambers with 2.050 intake valve and 1.6 ex valve.

cam is comp cam xr282hr-10 with 510/520 lift and 110 lobe sep.

comp cam billet double roller timing set.
comp cam full roller rockers , 1.6 ultra gold arc.

edlebrock rpm airgap manafold with one inch carb spacer.
carb is Aed performance 750 doulble pumper carb.

perfromance oil pan.

powerfire ignition system.

8" powerforce damper.

not sure what hp will be but would hope for 480+ at flywheel.

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