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Old 05-17-2002, 04:46 PM
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Naw, you dont want an 81, they were crap, you want either a 70-74 429/500 or a mid 90s Nothstar DOHC. The 307 is worthless, because of the small bore... assuming .030 over with a 350 crank would get you 333 cubes, but It would take custom pistons and it still wouldnt breathe for crap... get a 350...

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Thanks for all the info. Think I will pass on the Caddy idea and go for a big block. Have a lead on a 427 to look at. Or go with a 350, at least all the aircon stuff wont be hard to get back on.
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