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10-04-2006 03:11 PM
matt167 '72 Chevy truck 4bbl 350's were rated 260 NET Hp.
10-04-2006 07:18 AM
454C10 I always thought a early 70's chevy passenage car or truck engines made about 175 to 185hp at the wheels.

A friend of mine had a 73 corvette and on the shifter console it said 190hp and 270ftlbs.

Not hard to increase power in a sbc. A good set of aftermarket heads, a mild camshaft, a set of headers, and 100 more hp is possible with about the same idle characteristics.
10-04-2006 04:07 AM
IanRiordan A stock 1970 350 2 brl was rated at 250 GROSS hp. A 4 brl with the same (8.5:1) comp and cam was rated at 275 gross hp. Try about 210/220 NET hp on todays money.
10-04-2006 04:07 AM
IanRiordan A stock 1970 350 2 brl was rated at 250 GROSS hp. A 4 brl with the same (8.5:1) comp and cam was rated at 275 gross hp. Try about 210/220 NET hp on todays money.
10-04-2006 04:04 AM
IanRiordan A stock 1970 350 2 brl was rated at 250 GROSS hp. A 4 brl with the same (8.5:1) comp and cam was rated at 275 gross hp. Try about 210/220 NET hp on todays money.
10-03-2006 08:48 PM
Parisienne70
Stock chevy 350 1970, Horsepower???

i want to know how much horsepower for my 350 chevy block 1970 stock , original have a 2 baril carburator, now i have a 4 baril

In my Parisienne 1970

block 3970010, head 3986336

ty

Eric

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