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There I have a 77 sbc 350 stock pistons camel hump heads proformer intake what kinda numbers would that be close to
 

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Depends hugely on the cam then carb flow capacity, compression ratio, exhaust being manifolds or headers.

The original 1977 cam is the 929 which times at 195/202 at .050 lift with lift of .390/.410 with an LSA of 111 degrees. This cam with a decent intake and a carb of 650 CFM with stock round dish pistons and a .019 inch thick head gasket using 64 cc chambered camel humps would be on a really good day about 305 hp from a 350. The factory rated engines similar to this with a 2bbl at 240 to 250 while a four barrel got 290 to 300. This cam only carries to about 5000 so it cuts the power off around there.

GM sells a modern crate version with same long block but low compression 8 to 1 SMOG heads it typically dyno‘s about 240 peak power at 4000 with a 4 bbl and exhaust manifolds.

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Gonna need more info. This ain't FB.
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Depends hugely on the cam then carb flow capacity, compression ratio, exhaust being manifolds or headers.

The original 1977 cam is the 929 which times at 195/202 at .050 lift with lift of .390/.410 with an LSA of 111 degrees. This cam with a decent intake and a carb of 650 CFM with stock round dish pistons and a .019 inch thick head gasket using 64 cc chambered camel humps would be on a really good day about 305 hp from a 350. The factory rated engines similar to this with a 2bbl at 240 to 250 while a four barrel got 290 to 300. This cam only carries to about 5000 so it cuts the power off around there.

GM sells a modern crate version with same long block but low compression 8 to 1 SMOG heads it typically dyno‘s about 240 peak power at 4000 with a 4 bbl and exhaust manifolds.

Bogie
it has the 461 194 valve heads manifolds Edelbrock 650 carb com cam 12
Depends hugely on the cam then carb flow capacity, compression ratio, exhaust being manifolds or headers.

The original 1977 cam is the 929 which times at 195/202 at .050 lift with lift of .390/.410 with an LSA of 111 degrees. This cam with a decent intake and a carb of 650 CFM with stock round dish pistons and a .019 inch thick head gasket using 64 cc chambered camel humps would be on a really good day about 305 hp from a 350. The factory rated engines similar to this with a 2bbl at 240 to 250 while a four barrel got 290 to 300. This cam only carries to about 5000 so it cuts the power off around there.

GM sells a modern crate version with same long block but low compression 8 to 1 SMOG heads it typically dyno‘s about 240 peak power at 4000 with a 4 bbl and exhaust manifolds.

Bogie
Sorry has 12-234-2 cam 461 194 valve heads Edelbrock 650 carb stock pistons manifolds electric fan Edelbrock proformer intake that’s all I have for the build at the moment
 

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320-ish HP if the heads are just stock castings....could be a little more if some port clean-up has been done.
 
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