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SIR rods, forged pistons, B303 cam, 1.7 roller rockers
Edelbrock Torker intake, Holly 650 carb
8.8 rear end w/ 3.73 gears, subframes, drag springs, U/L control arms
Flow tech X pipe, Hooker super comp tube headers
NOS 100 sh
Why not just supercharge your stock block and save yourself some money?
Better yet, spend a little more cabbage, turbocharge your stock motor. While your making 400hp, build your bullet proof low compression 331 stroker in your garage a little bit at a time. A couple years from now, drop that bad *** in there, crank the boost up and make 600+hp.
1991 LX - Turbo 5.0
Old Combo...Stock block and heads, Turbonetics 62mm...6.78 @ 104.25 - 436rwhp/508rwtq @ 10psi
New Combo...Boss 347, TW heads, Super Victor, Cam Motion cam, Precision 78mm, Big Stuff 3, etc...
Boost low on the stock motor until you can get the motor you really want. Then throw it in and Boost the Hell out of it. That's what I'm doing with my car. Although I am a big fan of "Bigger is Better" I'm going with the 347.
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