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Old 03-16-2008, 11:54 AM
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I can't download my pics to this thread. says file too big? I got em on the photo gallery though
It might be easier to upload them to photobucket and then post the link like I did ini the post above.

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Old 04-14-2008, 08:24 PM
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dirty girl......

was in my other, other project (82 Chevy Caprice Classic 2 Door), hopefully within the week will be in my other, other, other project (85 Chevy Caprice Classic Landau 2 Door)... need to strip the paint on the engine, a few new gaskets, clean up the chrome, decide on a new color (black car, probably just go with black for the engine too??..), and re-install...
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Old 04-15-2008, 07:25 AM
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Here is one that is a little different from what you might normally see on here.

It is a Wissota Midwest Mod engine (B mod) which is very restricted, however these motors will get 375 HP and 400 Ft/lbs out of a 2 barrel holley, 9.5:1 compression, Hydraulic Cam, and large chamber heads with 1.94 1.50 valves. No Port work, no polishing, no grinding, no coatings of any kind. Just time tested and proven machine work and assembly. You can't even use aftermarket cranks and rods. All GM. This one is a 358 CI SBC. And you can buy it today only for 5,000 bucks...just kidding this one is already sold.
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Old 06-05-2008, 09:56 AM
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Old 06-05-2008, 11:18 AM
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Here is one that is a little different from what you might normally see on here.

It is a Wissota Midwest Mod engine (B mod) which is very restricted, however these motors will get 375 HP and 400 Ft/lbs out of a 2 barrel holley, 9.5:1 compression, Hydraulic Cam, and large chamber heads with 1.94 1.50 valves. No Port work, no polishing, no grinding, no coatings of any kind. Just time tested and proven machine work and assembly. You can't even use aftermarket cranks and rods. All GM. This one is a 358 CI SBC. And you can buy it today only for 5,000 bucks...just kidding this one is already sold.

At what RPM does it develope 400#ft?
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Old 06-05-2008, 12:56 PM
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That particular one was not dyno'd but similar ones have gotten those numbers. I believe the torque peaks fairly high, like 5500 RPM or so. We run them up in the 7500-8000 range. but 5500 off the corners where you need the torque.
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Old 06-05-2008, 01:27 PM
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my solid roller 355 thats in my 75 camaro

and my mopar 366 in my 75 dodge swb 4x4
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Update from my 7/28/06 posting:

The painted body is on the chassis, the wiring is about 30% done, upholstery waiting to go in and with completion, assuming no problems, by late summer .



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Old 06-05-2008, 01:42 PM
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my solid roller 355 thats in my 75 camaro

How do you like that Predator Carb?
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Old 06-05-2008, 02:04 PM
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How do you like that Predator Carb?
i think it kicks a*s but i onley use it at the track on the street i use a diffent carb if u ran it on the street u would just foul plugs like a **** its onley good for WOT
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Old 06-05-2008, 02:10 PM
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That is what I thought, I was also wondering what rockers you were running, it looks like those valve covers are pretty short for roller rockers or anything.
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That is what I thought, I was also wondering what rockers you were running, it looks like those valve covers are pretty short for roller rockers or anything.

im just running your everday 1.5 aluminum roller rockers there the tall milodon covers with a really thick cork gasket and a normal cork felpo on top of that even with a 555. lift cam they still clear the cover.
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312 Ford in a REAL BEAUTY of a T Bird. You might see this one later on...

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Here is mine: 4 bolt main 454 punched to 496, Edelbrock #60559 rectangular port aluminum heads, solid 652 lift cam, solid COMP Endura lifters, roller rocks,10.5 compression, Chuck Nuytenn built 1050 Dominator. Should be a terror!!!
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