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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    new motor 385

    well my motor will be done soon enough, update is as follows, we dynoed it on april 29th and it all went very smooth and motor ran well, it just didnt put out the number I wanted, and engine builder wanted, so its got a custom ground crower cam getting ground for it next week, and motor builder is going to buy a super victor intake for it, I wiil pay him for that soon, and then it will be all installed and I will go get it. I am definetly out of funds on this motor but it should run hard and be a lot of fun, here is dyno pull a few weeks ago, it made 545hp at 6600 wanted 600hp , should be right there when its all done!!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/spib43#p/a/u/1/0JNN-hlaQw8

    http://www.youtube.com/user/spib43#p/a/u/0/GIJad9FTAaU

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    nice engine keep up the good work u'll get the 600hp eventually like everything else it takes time

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    What cylinder heads are you running?

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    afr 210 cnc race ready heads, t&d shaft rockers

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    Are you going tho dyno it when you get your other parts :?: or are you going to drop it in the hole and go :!:

    cam67152

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    Quote Originally Posted by cam67152
    Are you going tho dyno it when you get your other parts :?: or are you going to drop it in the hole and go :!:

    cam67152
    its going in the blazer before winter comes, cant afford dyno time again , and I know it will be better then 545 so time to run it!!!! and have fun

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    I'd run it as is NOW. Then swap the cam and intake at a later time as funds allow...Plus this will let you see just how much it helped it.

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    it went back to engine builder machine shop after dyno, new cam is getting ground this week, want it right from day one

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    She sound's great ol'e buddy post us a video of it going down the track :!: :!:
    Head's up the true drag race!!

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    New paint+ New power+ New e.t. =

    cam67152


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