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Old 08-19-2004, 10:01 PM
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wiend team g or vic jr for sbc????

its going to be one or the other....

im kinda leaning towards the team g to try something new...anybody try it...???

ganna have a 750 dp with a 2" spacer..

its just a start...it has 882 crap heads on it...and a torquer intake...cant get much worse...anyways it will have probably dart heads with a solid roller cam...not sure the specs yet ...still need to do he exaust also...1.875 headers 3.5 collector 3" flows...
ohhhhh yeah....its a 69 camaro ganna cage it amd currently searching for a 9" to narrow to stock width,gear and lock it. slowly but surely....ganna do it once and do it right...

tia ryan


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Old 08-19-2004, 11:27 PM
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Why not try the Dart intake?

Why not go big block?

I stopped by your house the other day. Your pops said your were working on the 'Maro. I'll try and roll by again when I get the chance.
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your best bet is the shop man....

dart intake=$$$$

i like budget power.....

bbc is too heavy man....easy power but too heavy ......besides i like the high rpms small blocks....nothing like doing a big burnout bouncing off the limiter at 7 gs

and depending on how far it goes...itrs ganna get a fogger....just for fun im ganna need the xtra shot of power when i put 100 ft of tubing in it....
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Wait for one on Ebay. Just sport the Torker for a while.

Big blocks aren't that much heavier. You're the suspension guy. I'm sure with heavier front springs etc. you can make it work. Big blocks can be budget power. Especially when you stroke them above 454.

Are you planning on building it to handle?
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not sure which direction im going yet????

either way lighter is better imho....no aluminum heads either....ill loose weight somewhere else..

i just want it to be somewhat capable soon...its a dawg right now...and way too tall..

im searchin for a 9" and a glass hood and ill go from there im thinking a three link rear with a panhard..and coil springs...then i can swap rates easily...drag race one weekend and handle the next... hats just a dream as of now tho we'll see

trying to get back into the car scene...now that i have a few more skills and tools
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It is amazing how the suspension improved between the first gen. Camaros and the second gen. Or look at the 3rd for that matter.

What's in it right now? 327?
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i have no idea whats in it...it has a summit racing stamp where the block # would be??? on the head surface.,....would the #s in back of the block tell me anything????

has a big cam...runs like poop...too much duration....1.625 headers...2.5 flows cut at the axle..

th 350...stock 10b rear
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The #s at the back of the block on the drivers side tell you what it is. There are a ton of sites on the web that will translate your engine numbers.

Are you typing with two fingers? The replies are coming in awful slow.
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shut up bunghole...sometimes i use my middle finger too...lol

cool ill check manana...
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Dart intake:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=36474
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If it were me and my money, I would go with the Weiand Team G. The Vic Jr. is nice also, but there is a tad bit of a price difference and you should save a few $$$ with the Weiand I think.
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