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Old 02-17-2005, 09:32 PM
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What kind of horse power will I get?????

How much horsepower will I get from this engine?

327 Large Journal Block .40 over
Steal Crank
TRW forged pistons 9.96 comp ratio
Speed Pro Moly rings
Michigan 77 rod and main bearing
Edelbrock Proformer RPM cam
Basic Operating RPM Range: 1,500-6,500 RPM
Intake Duration 050 inch Lift: 234
Exhaust Duration 050 inch Lift: 244
Duration at 050 inch Lift: 234 int./244 exh.
Edelbrock Proformer RPM intake
Edelbrock PRoformer 750 cfm carb
Pete Jackson noise gear drive

World Torquer Heads
.500 lift intake 221 cfm / exhaust 166 cfm
.400 lift intake 205 cfm / exhaust 156 cfm
Manley Swirl polishied 2.02/1.60 valves
67cc combustion chamber
3/8 studs
Comp Cam roller tip rockers and lifters

350 turbo street/street transmissions


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Old 02-17-2005, 09:39 PM
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too big of a carb for that engine.. use a 600-650cfm or so.. but im guessing with the right carb around 350 hp.. maybe 375..
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Yah, I wondered when I bought the 750 cfm carb if it was to much. Alot of people have said that it was to big of a carb. Thanks for the information.
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dont feel bad.. i bought a edelbrock 600 for my 305.. then decided to build a 383 which makes my carb too small.. if your intrested i'll trade ya.. and make up the difference in price.. then u getta carb and some cash.. i getta carb w/o having to hunt someone down to buy mine
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dont feel bad.. i bought a edelbrock 600 for my 305.. then decided to build a 383 which makes my carb too small.. if your intrested i'll trade ya.. and make up the difference in price.. then u getta carb and some cash.. i getta carb w/o having to hunt someone down to buy mine
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The large journal 327 block is the same thing as a 350 block. I am a little out of the loop but I didn't think Chevy ever made a steel large journal 327 crank, but I could be wrong. In my opinion, I would build it a 350 or 383 since cubic inches =horsepower. That being said I actually like 327s better than 350s but two of the advantages to running a 327 are using the small journal block for less bearing speed and because all small journal 327 cranks were steel anyway.
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