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Old 06-04-2005, 02:58 PM
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How much power can a stock th350 withstand

Hey I'll be putting a 383 stroker, which dyno'd at 440hp at 5500 and 460lbs tq at 4800, in my 76 Chev Blazer 2wd, anyway I was wondering about how much power and torque the stock th350 and rear end on that thing can handle i'm not to sure about what axle it is. I won't have access to it for about another week. I am not even sure if it is the original axle but I do know the transmission is a 350. I was thinking my engine would probably destroy the tranny and/or axle if I get on it. If that is the case I plan on just not puttin the pedal to the metal and staying easy on it until i can figure out what I should do for the drivetrain. Feedback would be much appreciated.


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First ,
look at ur u joints and carrier bearing make sure there good
at least rebuild ur TH 350 with stronger clutches and address the weak points with the TH350 tranny.
Rearend ?
if u dont romp and spin tires alot u should be good (rear)
but really............
u might as well start doing the rest of ur drivetrain upgrades to match ur motor
or do it after something breaks
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