NOT a Camaro Motor
Looking for some advice:
This Spring, I hope to build my first motor...
It will likely be for a '67, 4 wheel drive stepside Pickup.
The block is a 400ci GMPP replacement motor (I cannot get to it to look at the ID numbers right now, but I am told it is a "high Nickel" block, whatever that means--it is a two bolt main block, and has the rotating assembly with it.
I am looking to rebuild using a pair of 882 heads...
I don't need crazy horsepower numbers, but do want it to perform well in the truck..thoughts on cam? Roller or flat tappet, lift, duration, etc?
Also, if not boring the motor, what can I expect machining to cost--cleaning, fluxing, etc? What else would you recommend on the build?
406, 10:1, comp xr282HR, Dart Iron Eagle 200cc, Holley Contender dual plane, Holley 750 DP
GM 8.5, 3.73 posi