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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Oct 14th, 04, 08:05 AM Thread Starter
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Any Estimate on the power and torque of this combination?

385 CID

Flat Top Hypereutectic Pistons.

New Protopline Aluminum Heads with 2.02 valves

Crane Cam with 108 sep, 298 dur, 520 lift. It is hydraulic.

Edelbrock Aluminum Intake (Victor Jr or Preformer I have both)

750 CFM Edelbrock

full length headers and of course duel exhaust

And of course the despute of which intake to go with single plane or dual plane hmmmmmmmmm

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Oct 18th, 04, 03:28 AM Thread Starter
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anyone??? I am not sure if the cam information is correct .. I know it is an energizer 282 and the compression I believe is around 9.9:1... Looks like a am premium fuel (damn 2.25 a gallon lol) bound lol

1969 Z/28 CLONE 350
4 SPD MUNCIE,
4 WHEEL DISK BRAKES,
4:11 POSI
BLUE W/WHITE STRIPES


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just a guess with the info you stated. I would say about 450ish HP. As for the intake... depends on use, street=dualplane, street/strip=single plane. Will lose some torque with the single but not enough to really matter with "some street"( weekend cruising ).

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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old Oct 18th, 04, 06:59 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you Doug.. It's just a weekend cruiser so I guess it really doesn't matter about the intake I think I will start out with the single plane and if I don't like it much i can always switch it out.

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4 WHEEL DISK BRAKES,
4:11 POSI
BLUE W/WHITE STRIPES


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