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what rearend should i use for a 327 that is goin into an s10

im putting a 327 that is bored 0.040 over camel hump heads solid lift cam roller rockers stud girdles so im wanting to know what rear end would hold up to over 400 horspower and give me good take off and real good top end i was thinking about a camaro rear end with 3.23 gears of maybe 3.55 gears this is my first project need to know what rear end and what gears i wants awesome take off and awesome top end

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3:55s would work nicely but i wouldnt go for anything less than a good 12 bolt rear
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4x4 S-10's have a stronger rear and are readily available..

I have tried most all of it and now do what is known to work..
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I thought. That the s-10 and Camaro rear ends were basically the same.
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