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Sbc 355 Horsepower Estimate....

I was looking for HP/tq. Estimates on this 355 build that's in progress. And any critiques to make it better... Here are the specs.


010 350 4 bolt block
TRW Powerforged pistons 9.7 compression
Balanced rotating assembly
RHS Pro Torkers 170cc, 64cc chambers. (2.02 valves)
Rpm Air Gap
LUNATI voodoo 227/233 flat tappet
1.6 roller rockers
HOLLEY 750 vacuum secondary
8.8 moroso wires
1 5/8 Hooker headers

Looking for estimates and advice on build.

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Old 01-23-2012, 11:24 PM
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i may catch flack on this from some old school rodders but dont let anyone talk you into a "port and polish" on your intake, the gains you get for either the money you shell out or time you spend doing it are by far not worth it, and in fact smoothing out your intake runners will have adverse affects on fuel attomization, remember smooth isnt always better, take a golf ball for example basically make this your own build, dont let someone else take control
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375 horse, 400 ft/lbs. It will make a nice torquey street motor. The heads will be the limiting factor on this build.
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