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    e.t looking for 11's

    355
    gm forged crank
    pro comp i beam forged rods
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    world products sportsman 2's 200cc runners 2.05 intake 1.6 ex
    .562 .584 lift
    290 300 adv durration
    259 269@ .050
    106 lsa
    3200-7200 rpm range
    victor jr intake
    holley 750 dp

    th350
    3000 stall

    4.88 gears
    29 tall tire

    3700 lbs

    7000-7200 max rpm's

    looking for high 11's what do ya think and any advise on getting there?
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    in a small and light car u should be in the mid 11's... but id still up the converter to like 3500-3800ish
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    JMO
    I think high 11's is a stretch, I had a similar SBC in a 85 Monte Carlo, similar weight, less gear, and its best time was 12.86.
    Good Luck

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    I thought my Monte would have been a good candidate for a small shot of spray 125/150, so one way to get there would be a small plate of spray.
    Again JMO

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    my bro runs a 355 in his vega with eagle rotating assmby and hogged out edelbrock heads and two speed glide/ 4500 stall... 488 gears ... 32in tire... it ran a best of 10.37 in the 1/4 and low 1.30's 60 foot times
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    yeah im thinking i gotta put the car on a diet.....it a street car as well so how would the 3800 stall work on the street?
    thanks-logan
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod1994
    yeah im thinking i gotta put the car on a diet.....it a street car as well so how would the 3800 stall work on the street?
    thanks-logan
    i think you should be more worried about running that 488 gear on the street then a 3800 stall.... lol

    i ran a 3800 stall in my street camaro but with 411 gears and a turbo 400 trans
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    i love my 4.88's hahaha i was thinking going 4.11 after a while so i could go farther its 12 miles to town and 3000 rpm at 45 mph but i love them
    "the only thing that happens to those who wait is that they get older"

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    i think u might not b there now depending on ur altitude :cry:

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    Think you're geared too short . . at least for the quarter mile . .


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