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08-07-2007 09:38 PM
va4cqd little bottles of octane booster does nothing. when they say 2 or 4 points, they mean like going from 87 octane to 87.2
08-07-2007 08:54 PM
to high for pump gas

they are both going to be stock. could i just use an octane booster????
08-07-2007 06:19 PM
DoubleVision You can reuse the distributor. However, depending on the pistons and the 305 heads small chamber, the compression ratio maybe too high for pump gas.
08-07-2007 05:24 PM
305 tpi heads on 350 block

i was just wondering if i can use the same distributor from the 305 or is there a special one that i will need im going with the same intake just going with 350 block instead of a 305 block. One more thing will i notice a real difference in power and torque. thanks for reading

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