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    496 HP ESTIMATE

    454 4 BOLT, 4.25 CRANK, 6.385 ROD, PROBE FORGED PISTONS, TOTAL SEALS BEST RINGS, PRO-COMP 320 HEADS 2.25 IN 1.88 EX. 10.3 TO 1 COMPRESSION. CAM IS A SHAFROTH "SPELLING" GRIND WITH A .714 .714 LIFT, DURATION IS 258 TO 264 AT .50 SOLID ROLLER, REV KIT.. CLOYES HEX ADJUST TIMING CHAIN WITH REMOVABLE COVER. 4500 TEAM G INTAKE. RIGHT NOW I HAVE A 750 DOMINATOR ON IT, PLAN ON GETTING BIGGER CARB IN THE FUTURE.. MSD 6AL.. FORGED CRANK AND H-BEAM RODS... WHAT WOULD THIS DO ON THE DYNO AT THE CRANK?? GUESS THANKS 1.7 ROLLER ROCKERS

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    HP

    600HP
    GUESSTIMENT?
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    wow novaman, that is about the same as my block but im using a
    hogan intake EFI same trans but my roller cam is 636 lift max.
    and it's going in a 72 nova, you must be my brother from another
    mother, welcome brother novaman, :wink:

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    I would lose the Team G for a 454-R

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tod74
    I would lose the Team G for a 454-R

    these are both good manifolds...est hp 600+...I would like to see more compression in it with those intake and big carbs...maybe 11:1 or 12:1

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    I'd lose them pro-comp heads too.

    650Hp max - your losing alot trying to suck air thru a straw, you need at least a 1050 dominator.
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    THANKS FOR THE RESPONSE, I CANT FIND MUCH DIFFERENCE IN THE TEAM G INTAKE AND THE 454-R... ALSO WHAT WOULD MAKE A DART OR OTHER HEADS GIVE ME AN ADVANTAGE COMPARED TO THE ALUMINUM PRO-COMP 320'S?.. THIS IS STREET DRIVEN QUITE ALOT, SO I WANTED THIS TO RUN ON PUMP GAS.. WILL A 200 OR 300 SHOT OF NOS MAKE UP FOR THE LOWER COMPRESSION?? SIGNSBYESA YOU HAVE GOOD TASTE BROTHER, MINE IS IN A 62 NOVA, NOVAS RULE! LOL HOPING TO RUN IN THE TENS THIS YEAR!!!
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    625 ish compression a little low, i would go with 454 r, and no less than 950 carb, 200 to 300 shot, of giggle gas will make up for a lot of short coming's . jmo

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    Quote Originally Posted by radicalz
    Quote Originally Posted by Tod74
    I would lose the Team G for a 454-R

    these are both good manifolds...est hp 600+...
    not on average .. 454R is a much better intake
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    Quote Originally Posted by radicalz
    Quote Originally Posted by Tod74
    I would lose the Team G for a 454-R

    these are both good manifolds...est hp 600+...
    not on average .. 454R is a much better intake

    ...David I had both on mine...very little difference I thought...maybe more top end with 454R....


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