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05-15-2012 12:41 PM
s10mannn
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Originally Posted by Blazin72
Which parts?
gaskets freeze plugs oil pump cam bearings ect..
05-15-2012 12:30 PM
Blazin72
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Originally Posted by s10mannn
most of the parts from a 70's wouldnt even fit a 88
Which parts?
05-15-2012 10:36 AM
s10mannn [QUOTE=BigEd36]S10mannn, I suspect when cobalt said you're totally wrong he was referring to your statement that 355's and 383's are both .30 overbore, when in fact they are both .030 overbore. We just wish we could overbore our 350's by .30.[/QUOTE

ok
05-15-2012 08:21 AM
BigEd36 S10mannn, I suspect when cobalt said you're totally wrong he was referring to your statement that 355's and 383's are both .30 overbore, when in fact they are both .030 overbore. We just wish we could overbore our 350's by .30.
05-15-2012 08:13 AM
s10mannn
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Originally Posted by BarryK
I think I can come pretty close, I have dynoed 3 cars in last two months and one time there was a guy there just before me that had a 79 Camaro and he was saying he had about the same set up as you are saying but if I recall his cam was a hair bigger and it did have a little lope to it. but he called it a 383, not a 355- I have no clue the difference.
He ended up at about 245-255 HP, so would assume about a 300 net going through a 5 speed.
He just knew it was going to be 450-500 hp and was pretty pissed, his mistake was listening to his friends guessing HP.
and that wouldnt be possible for me considering my engine is 210-220 hoss power stock
05-15-2012 08:09 AM
s10mannn
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Originally Posted by Blazin72
How exactly is a late 70s small block totally different than a late 80s small block?
most of the parts from a 70's wouldnt even fit a 88
05-15-2012 08:00 AM
s10mannn
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Originally Posted by cobalt327
I love it when a total noob comes here and lectures the people who are attempting to lend a hand.

Do yourself a favor and shut up and listen. Once you've been doing this for a year- or forty- THEN you get do some lecturing. Maybe.

BTW, you are TOTALLY wrong in your statement I quoted above.

383 uses the 400 crank and yes there is 383 that are bored and some are 383 that are not bored
05-14-2012 08:52 PM
cool rockin daddy Today's youth. You gotta love 'em.
05-14-2012 07:44 PM
cobalt327
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Originally Posted by s10mannn
and a 383 and 355 have the same bore which is .30 over ...
I love it when a total noob comes here and lectures the people who are attempting to lend a hand.

Do yourself a favor and shut up and listen. Once you've been doing this for a year- or forty- THEN you get do some lecturing. Maybe.

BTW, you are TOTALLY wrong in your statement I quoted above.
05-14-2012 07:13 PM
Blazin72
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Originally Posted by s10mannn
his motor is totally different, sure its a sbc but not even in the same year range. anything below i want to say 87 ? will be different from mine
How exactly is a late 70s small block totally different than a late 80s small block?
05-14-2012 07:50 AM
s10mannn
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Originally Posted by s10mannn
his motor is totally different, sure its a sbc but not even in the same year range. anything below i want to say 87 ? will be different from mine
and a 383 and 355 have the same bore which is .30 over but the difference is the 383 has the stroke of a 400 sbc
05-14-2012 07:45 AM
s10mannn
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Originally Posted by BarryK
I think I can come pretty close, I have dynoed 3 cars in last two months and one time there was a guy there just before me that had a 79 Camaro and he was saying he had about the same set up as you are saying but if I recall his cam was a hair bigger and it did have a little lope to it. but he called it a 383, not a 355- I have no clue the difference.
He ended up at about 245-255 HP, so would assume about a 300 net going through a 5 speed.
He just knew it was going to be 450-500 hp and was pretty pissed, his mistake was listening to his friends guessing HP.
his motor is totally different, sure its a sbc but not even in the same year range. anything below i want to say 87 ? will be different from mine
05-14-2012 07:43 AM
s10mannn
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Originally Posted by cool rockin daddy
Wow, yes you are young. Meaning of my post went right over your head.
mhhhmm well yes same as for you, my question must of gone over yours because i only asked for help
05-12-2012 02:41 PM
BarryK
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Originally Posted by s10mannn
1990 s10 with 1988 355 bored 0.30 over edelbrock performer rpm intake manifold edelbrock 650 carb comp cams 470 intk 470 exhst 10 bolt 373 hyper pistons 9.3-1 compression full roller rocker arms. DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW MUCH HP ILL BE PUSHING?
I think I can come pretty close, I have dynoed 3 cars in last two months and one time there was a guy there just before me that had a 79 Camaro and he was saying he had about the same set up as you are saying but if I recall his cam was a hair bigger and it did have a little lope to it. but he called it a 383, not a 355- I have no clue the difference.
He ended up at about 245-255 HP, so would assume about a 300 net going through a 5 speed.
He just knew it was going to be 450-500 hp and was pretty pissed, his mistake was listening to his friends guessing HP.
05-12-2012 01:03 PM
cool rockin daddy Wow, yes you are young. Meaning of my post went right over your head.
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