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Old 06-18-2013, 01:50 PM   #11
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Old 06-18-2013, 04:37 PM   #12
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I don't see why with the parts listed you couldn't break 300WHP.

I just don't see him getting 300 with those heads or that intake, if they were ported he would probably be there
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Old 06-18-2013, 04:51 PM   #13
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Reason I dont go higher is because I am stationed in italy and I dont trust the gas enough to have over a 10:1 cr.

I don't know which part of Italy you are but Gas there is similar or better than here.
The Standard one should be 95-96 octane (US 93 Ron) and it should be easy to find the 98+

I'm in CA now and the maximum I have is 91 Ron with 10% of Ethanol.

(By the way, if you are near Rome, let me know, I can give you some tips to find good specialists in US cars)
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Old 06-18-2013, 06:03 PM   #14
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OK so my tablet is acting up, I would go 363 but like I said I'll just go 331 for now because the car I would be at would be too high for the crappy Italian fuel. Trying not to ping or anything lol. 331 would keep me around 9.5 before I actually need good gas @10. I would love to. I also plan on adding towing after the stroker so it will have deep dish pistons like18 or more so I can crank em
I should've read your post first, I didn't see the gas comment. Technically, you could still build a bigger stroker (347, 363) and keep compression down with the right piston and cylinder head choice. Just requires a little homework. My 393 was at 9.7 before I had my stuff milled.

I'm not trying to throw a wrench in your thinking, but the 331 never made sense to me unless you're adding boost and needed to beef up the bottom end.
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The heads are the best flowing cast heads and the victor intake is a boss lol, I think 300 should be an easy task. Eventually some AFR or tfs, or victor Jr heads
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The heads are the best flowing cast heads and the victor intake is a boss lol, I think 300 should be an easy task. Eventually some AFR or tfs, or victor Jr heads
Ya there is nothing wrong with those heads or intake but I just don't see you breaking 300 with them, god luck though
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My SBF 352 stroker runs 91 Shell right from the pump, vic jr heads and just over 10.5 comp.
I've gone as quick as 10.82 in 4300' density air @126mph.
Dunno what you are worried about.....
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