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Old Nov 20th, 12, 05:08 PM
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Old Nov 20th, 12, 11:06 PM
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What time is it. OMG! I've been watching that sweet motor since before dinner time.
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Old Nov 21st, 12, 08:40 AM
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Haven't been on here in a long time, been on YellowBullet since it's mostly drag racing. Sat out this entire year so I could get this engine built.
2013 is going to be really fun. Low 9's I'm hoping...

If you want more detail you can read here:
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Old Nov 22nd, 12, 11:24 AM
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wow! what are all the specs?
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Old Nov 22nd, 12, 12:04 PM
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Yeah, wanna see the specs! Kick a$$ sbc
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Old Nov 22nd, 12, 08:26 PM
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1969 Camaro 434 SBC Engine Specs:

Block: Dart Little M with 4-bolt splayed steel billet main caps
Crank: Callies Dragonslayer 4” stroke
Rods: Manley H-beam 6” with ARP 2000 bolts
Pistons: Wiseco #K404A3 10cc dome 4.155” dia. 60/40 spacing
Ring Set: Total Seal Plasma Moley
Bearings: Calico Coated (Cam, Rods & Mains)
Lifters: Crower .842” dia. with .180I/CenterE offset
Mechanical Roller cam specs:
Lobe lift Intake & Exhaust: .455”
Duration @ .050 lift: I:278 / E:288
Intake 1.7 rockers: .774" Exhaust 1.6 rockers: .728"
Lobe Center: 109
Rocker Arms: Jesel shaft rockers with .450I/.100E offset
Heads: AFR 245cc CNC NPP
Valves: 2.125I/1.60E
Springs: PAC #1225
Retainers: 10 Titanium
Locks: 10 Steel
Pushrods: Manley 5/16” .120 wall thick
Compression Ratio: 14:5
Intake Manifold: Edelbrock #2970
Carburetor: Holley Ultra 1050 Dominator
Fuel System: Aeromotive A1000 pump & return style regulator
Distributor: MSD #84697
Crank Trigger: MSD #8610
Coil: MSD #8251
Ignition Box: MSD #7531
Spark Plugs: NGK #R5672A-9
Headers: Hooker Super Comp 1-7/8”
Head Gasket: Fel-Pro #1014
Intake Gasket: Fel-Pro #1207
Exhaust Gasket: Fel-Pro #1405
Calvert Racing suspension, CalTracs, split mono rear springs
Rancho 9-way adjustable rear drag shocks & 90-10 shocks up front with Unisteer Rack & Pinion
Transmission: Powerglide with a full forward pattern & Hughes Pro Tree Brake
Axle: GM 12-bolt, with Moser 33 spline axles, 4.33 gears on a Moser spool & C-Clip eliminators
Wheels: Weld Pro Star 15”x3” front & 15”x8” rear
Tires: MT 28”x10.5”x15”
Radiator: Griffin 700hp rated aluminum with Zirgo 3000cfm electric fan
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Car weighs 3000lbs.
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Old Nov 23rd, 12, 04:11 PM
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Should be enough to embarrass more than a few big blocksPlease post some times when ya get it to the track Good Luck
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Old Nov 23rd, 12, 04:53 PM
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Awesome motor, but a built up big block will not be embarrassed. Just sayin. Do not want to start a war big vs small block. I love small blocks but big cubes are tough to beat.
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Old Dec 4th, 12, 05:50 AM
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Should be enough to embarrass more than a few big blocksPlease post some times when ya get it to the track Good Luck
I'll be back in March wtih some time slips.
Still needs an 8.50 cage, mini tubs, Strange Ford 9"
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Old Dec 4th, 12, 06:25 AM
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Damn. That's crazy.

I did a sbc 406 in a 69. Never knew anything about them. Bought the 350/350 car from a guy to do an LS swap. When I ran the casting found out it a sbc 400.

Did a little research and decided to keep it. Budget built it 5.7 rods 10.1 with Alum heads and Howard flat cam. I was amazed at how well it runs
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Old Dec 4th, 12, 09:51 AM
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My next build for sure
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Very nice. Killer motor!
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Old Dec 4th, 12, 06:39 PM
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Very nice. Killer motor!
You have to build yours first
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Old Dec 5th, 12, 06:31 PM
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lol
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Old Dec 5th, 12, 11:17 PM
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great job you should get that outa it-alots better than my stock block 434
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