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10-08-2002 11:01 AM
Maverick ooops

10-08-2002 10:59 AM
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10-08-2002 08:09 AM
"Hot Rod" Engines mag 383HT article.

I just bought the "Hot Rod" Engines magazine (winter issue). There is an article in there on doing minor mods to a crate GMPP 383HT motor to get 500 lbs/ft tork and around 460 HP out of the motor. I was very intrigued by the article and it is a good source of info for anyone building a 383. The numbers they post are listed as true dyno numbers after each mod to the engine.

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