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02-09-2004 09:37 PM
hujibwa mwahahaha. How does 705 cubic inches sound? They have a 760 motor too. Do you have 50k to blow? lol.

okay back to reality. 500 cubic inch cadillac motors are fairly easy to come by and make good power. 502 and 572 chevy kits aren't all that outrageous either.
02-09-2004 09:25 PM
camaro409 572/t56 maybe?
02-09-2004 05:37 PM
Big engine and transmition part 2.

well all i want is a realy big engine the biggest that will fit in there whats the biggest size engine there is ok then will it fit in a 1950 chevy pick up and then also is there a transmistion that will fit good on the engine that will handle all the torque????????

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