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Old 01-23-2009, 07:14 AM
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everyone has a 350. and 327 get up rpms soooo much faster than 350s.
Ayuh,.... You're chasing a Fallacy...

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ok so it sounds like i might go for the 377 then. what type of hp and ft lbs am i looking at with this setup.

400 block, 350 crank, eagle H beam rods, kb hypertonic pistons, afr 180cc heads(should i go for the 195cc?), comp cams 280H cam, edelbrock performer rpm intake, holly 700cfm carb, and 1.6 roller rockers.

how does that sound?



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how does that sound?


Sounds like youve got a plan. Dont go nuts buying parts just yet though. Find a block and get it checked out/perpared first so youll know where you stand in that aspect.

I wouldnt dare to guess what sort of power levels you could reach with said build, but there are HP calculators that can give you a real good idea. Im sure it would be a screamer.
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