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this one would be even better. (a little smaller)

sorry I didn't see it at first.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-K1101/

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Before anyone goes posting a long post again. I do have headers and true duals with an H pipe and I do have a 4 bbl carb. But I called that number today and they told me to get rid of my turbo 400 because it's killing my horsepower. They can pound sand if they think I'm dumb enough to go back to a turbo 350. But he said the Elgin e922m wouldn't be very good in my truck. So any other ideas on cams?
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Before anyone goes posting a long post again. I do have headers and true duals with an H pipe and I do have a 4 bbl carb. But I called that number today and they told me to get rid of my turbo 400 because it's killing my horsepower. They can pound sand if they think I'm dumb enough to go back to a turbo 350. But he said the Elgin e922m wouldn't be very good in my truck. So any other ideas on cams?
What kind of headers- short, long? What is the diameter?

What is the casting number of the heads? Hint- it's under the valve cover.

What is the diff gear ratio and tire size? 4WD?

How do you plan on using this "truck"? Make and model? Or weight?

What kind of carb? Intake?

Short enough for you??
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Intake valve can be properly sized within 10% of half the BORE. A 1.94 valve is way fair for a 305 3.75 bore . Enjoy the rush. QJet is one of the best street carbs. The 305 bore x Stroke ratio is poor keep the build around 5000rpm.

Asked what to expect, after my post, telling you what to expect is odd.

283-307 v8 s, the 1102 will not be too much for a stock stall converter with 3 series rear gear.
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This should do it for you read description: http://www.kmjent.com/cart/product.p...0164625&page=1 You could install this cam with 4 degrees advance to enhance low end torque,most timing sets have advance and retard keyways.Since the lift is below .450" it should play nice with your stock rockers and springs.As for the 400 Turbo pulling horsepower it will but it is a minimal amount.
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What kind of headers- short, long? What is the diameter?

What is the casting number of the heads? Hint- it's under the valve cover.

What is the diff gear ratio and tire size? 4WD?

How do you plan on using this "truck"? Make and model? Or weight?

What kind of carb? Intake?

Short enough for you??
Dynomax long tube headers with a 3" collector

Not sure on casting number

Like a 28" tire with 2.73 posi rear end.

Use the truck for messing around with friends

Stock quadrajet with stock intake
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About 7 out of 12. I'll give you a D+. I'm done prying info out of you. Maybe what you did provide will help someone else- w/a better crystal ball- take a WAG.
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