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im not saying you wont be ok with the dss block but i do know that i have seen dss blocks crack under less horsepower than your plans have in store. i havent seen a dart sportsman block crack yet and the highest horsepower at the rear wheel ive seen on a dart sportsman is 850 plus and its been pushing that for almost 3 drag racing seasons.
HISTORY IS DESTINED TO REPEAT ITSELF AND YOU WANNA RACE ME AGAIN
they have a stock one, a level 10 witch is a street strip block or a level 20 block witch is a all out race block and each one u can get what ever bore u want
im not sure what to donow
How much do you want to spend? You do not have to answer that on this forum. Fordstrokers.com, Bennett Racing, Keith Craft Racing and Kuntz & Co.make some of the baddest motors around! In most cases these engines cost more than the car that you are going to be putting it in. But you have a company that stands behind their reputation as an engine builder. I am having that dilemma right now on what motor and who do I want to build it for me. I have talked to people at all the engine builders that I listed and all of them are friendly and can give you great advice on a combo for you. P.S. I have a DSS 306 in my car right now and all I will say is that I was never impressed with their build.
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
I just want a block and want to build it myself just don't trust people. The school im going to teaches how to build a hot rod from ground up
the guy that runs the school used to tech at wyo tech they only let him teach a hot rod class from 3 months thats not enough to tech about rot rods or custom bad *** cars its a year long full time school 9 hours a day 3 months chasis fab, 3 months body fab, 3 months engine perf, 3 months paint and body with final assembly
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