View Poll Results: Big block or Small block

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Thread: Big block or Small block

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    Big block or Small block

    this is the debate we have had on our forum,so lets see how close this actually is on this forum,the votes were sort of "tainted"by a one(camaro74454)he loves the big blocks and im a small block guy,i dont care if i was filthy rich, im still a small block guy,i like power from the unexspected.....

    ill run a poll,if you have info on why,post it up

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    Hahahaha, silly fool you will lose here even more then there...They don't play here...Welcome to the home of the big boys...This is going to be great.....oh I voted Big Block.

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    Bigger Big blocks are better than small big blocks so small blocks dont compare. Plus a big block just sounds better. :shock:

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    ha ha ha ..i love it..the oldest debate in history of racing..almost as good as Chevy vs Ford..
    i was a small block guy all my life until 4 years ago and mind you i am into my 40's...well i got my 1st BBC (511 CI) and fell in love...this thing will pull effortless compared to my older small block's.....since then i have aquired a 632 all aluminum Big Block Big chief Motor..sheet metal intake with a pair of Chuck Nugtten dominaters....Although i have not run this motor yet i did watch it run in a 3300 lb vette with a 410 gear and 33 inch talls tires on a PITIFUL TRACK and it ran a 5.01et at 142mph...

    keep in mind i have a 2100 lb car and a 4.30 gear...SO WHAT WILL IT RUN ???????


    i did have one of the baddest ( my opinion) steel headed small blocks alcohol injected motors on the east coast a couple of years back..it made 1,000 hp at 9% over drive and could have been squeezed a little more...


    so there is no replacement for displacement..i am a BBC man for life.

    Brian
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    well this is my dream motor,a 400 twin turbo 1st gen :shock: if i tell you this car had a small block and then layed the smack down on most cars,thats a surprise...

    if i tell you i have a big block,your exspecting me to win...its like being a world champion,imo,i dont think its easy defending the tittle when someone can sneak up and take it.... :P
    http://camaroforums.hqforums.com/viewtopic.php?t=478
    this is my dream motor...

    i like the sleepers,my 6 banger runs with most big blocks,and its untuned...(of course it took out my camaro to )but it wont happen again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjuice
    ha ha ha ..i love it..the oldest debate in history of racing..almost as good as Chevy vs Ford..
    i was a small block guy all my life until 4 years ago and mind you i am into my 40's...well i got my 1st BBC (511 CI) and fell in love...this thing will pull effortless compared to my older small block's.....since then i have aquired a 632 all aluminum Big Block Big chief Motor..sheet metal intake with a pair of Chuck Nugtten dominaters....Although i have not run this motor yet i did watch it run in a 3300 lb vette with a 410 gear and 33 inch talls tires on a PITIFUL TRACK and it ran a 5.01et at 142mph...

    keep in mind i have a 2100 lb car and a 4.30 gear...SO WHAT WILL IT RUN ???????


    i did have one of the baddest ( my opinion) steel headed small blocks alcohol injected motors on the east coast a couple of years back..it made 1,000 hp at 9% over drive and could have been squeezed a little more...


    so there is no replacement for displacement..i am a BBC man for life.

    Brian
    im guessing your car is going to be a monster,so make sure to vote for small block :lol: at least for old time sakes...

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    To late..he voted...Why not pick the TT big block there?...
    Man you'r losin 4to 1 I love it....See I told you once you go big block you never look back.

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    I like big little 'uns...
    If you think nobody cares, try missing a payment...

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    I kind of like RAT poison myself! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwaysconsistent
    Bigger Big blocks are better than small big blocks so small blocks dont compare. Plus a big block just sounds better. :shock:
    I don't know there. One race I was at, there were a couple old Ford Thunderbolt look alikes racing. I swear they were leaving the tree at 10K. Sounded wicked as hell. Almost makes a Chevy guy drool. :shock:


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