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Old 06-25-2013, 02:51 AM   #1
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Man is this possible? Daily driver, 94 351w roller block. What heads and cams do YOU! recommend? Would a balanced bottom end help? Lol, Forged internals? Will be stroking to 408 but thats yrs to come.
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Old 06-25-2013, 09:37 AM   #2
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Its not out of the question. A nice head and intake combo, have a custom cam made for it and you'll be knocking on the door. It would need at least a 185 head although i would step it up to a 205. The lower end is good in that power range as is, although building a 393 can be done relatively cheap. Are you racing it? The big *** mains of the 351 mean you cant spin them as high, but the neutral balance will help by not slinging around extra weight
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Old 06-28-2013, 09:36 PM   #3
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That sort of power can be made using all off the shelf parts including heads.
Just use enough intake port volume, at least 195cc and 205cc is better.
Use about 245 @ .050 duration cam with about .600 lift.
If you are planning on racing at all, use at least a 750CFM carb. I prefer mechanical secondary's.
Forged pistons are always a good bet for anything except a grocery getter.
New rods that are quite good can be had for not a lot more than what 'rebuilt' rods cost.
Now, get to work........
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very possible..i just got my 408 built...over 500hp n.a. it will be a twin turbo car.
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very possible..i just got my 408 built...over 500hp n.a. it will be a twin turbo car.
I just had to clean my keyboard off.
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I just had to clean my keyboard off.
Haha i thought the same. I can contain myself until i see the twins... And.. And twins
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lol. twins will come in about a year or two...need to save up , since i will need a new fuel system , fast computer system , brakes and such....plus I need some seat time in the car to get used to what i have now...
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Old 07-24-2013, 09:40 AM   #8
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Yea I found out it was possible myself. I ended up boring my 351 .30 over with KB hyperuetectic(if I'm saying that right) pistons and a .555 lift XR comp cams with my E-205 heads. My machinist is putting it together as I speak can't wait to drive the end result of my NA street monster.
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lol. twins will come in about a year or two...need to save up , since i will need a new fuel system , fast computer system , brakes and such....plus I need some seat time in the car to get used to what i have now...
I love the valve covers for some reason lol
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Yea I found out it was possible myself. I ended up boring my 351 .30 over with KB hyperuetectic(if I'm saying that right) pistons and a .555 lift XR comp cams with my E-205 heads. My machinist is putting it together as I speak can't wait to drive the end result of my NA street monster.
Found what out? That it'll make 400 hp? How do you know when it isn't even built yet?
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