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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Feb 15th, 17, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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a rat killin mouse

Shafiroff and SB2.2 Cylinder Heads Power Up Gen I SBC

sound track of my 68 383

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Re: a rat killin mouse

Anything they make is a killer, if you have the $$.

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440" SBC.....lol....I love it (even if it ain't an LSx)

68 Camaro~LSx
Best to Date....and tuning
1.546 60'.....7.132 @ 94.43 660'.....11.327 @ 116.79.

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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old Feb 15th, 17, 07:40 PM
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Under $20k. budget build? Lol
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Re: a rat killin mouse

Man that thing sounds good! Is that like a 20 quart oil pan on that thing? Maybe it's just me but it looks BIG.

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8 years ago when I still had my engine shop. I built the same combo. Used a dart raised cam block, Callies 4 inch stroke crank, Dyers 300 M rods and custom JE pistons. Heads and intake were from Wegner Automotive in Markesan Wisconsin. This was for a mini rod pulling tractor combination. Man when I had that on the dyno it was quite a monster. First couple of pulls were hard to do. After it was tuned it made 900 some horsepower. I still might have the dyno computer files.
That would be a killer street strip engine with the right camshaft installed.
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Street Outlaws had a race with Petey Smallblock....he was running one like that with juice.

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Extreme Racing Engine 440-inch small-block, SB2 mill with a cast intake and a single carburetor between the framerails
http://www.dragzine.com/news/petey-s...tlaws-filming/

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Man that thing sounds good! Is that like a 20 quart oil pan on that thing? Maybe it's just me but it looks BIG.
SWEET !!!
With straight sides on pan, I would say a 6 qt pan.
If expanded out the sides, then an 8 qt pan.

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Awesome!

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Good motor for a street car.

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