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Old 07-07-2012, 07:31 PM
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joina....wasn't refering to you in my text, just that "some" guys over estimate their hp thats all.
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Based on the specs, it's going to be a low-end torquer. It's not going to make a sheetload of power. Your friend is probably not far off for the hp.
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Thanks for your reply, that sounds right to me and also pretty good as engine is going in a big old heavy boat. If ya get good tourqe hp will take care of itself aye! Once again thanks for your reply.
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300hp - 315Hp
Figure the Goodwrench 350 put out 239Hp stock with 7.8:1,smogger heads,wimpy stock cam with just headers and 4bbl(GM rates the same motor,only with the 350HP/327 L79 cam @290Hp)
The 416 heads are better heads,healthier cam and a nice compression jump your motor has it all over that.

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