Re: 1968 327ci Stocker Redline?
My 327 has forged pistons, polished rods, brass bushed rod small ends and full floated pistons, ARP rod bolts, ARP main studs. Steele crank that is knife edged and ground on an index. Performer RPM intake, vortec heads with no work. They are stock. I have the 327 H/P 327 GM 151 cam.
My 327 will buzz 6300 RPM all day long. The 327 has the right rod ration so they will spin some RPM, it's just a matter of feeding it the fuel it wants. Mine runs very strong and constantly woops up on a friends GM 350 Ho crate engine easily. It will also take a buddies blue print engines 383 in his 70 Camaro by a car length or even more if I can get traction. Darn thing blows the tires off in first and second and into third when I beat the crap out of it. When going up against someone I shift it at 6300-6500.
She is making some noise when up there, that little 327 sounds sweet as heck at those RPMS.
If your interested. a good cam, set of good heads, good intake, roller rockers, a good tune with some fat secondary jets and a lead foot will extract some power and fun out of your 327!!!
"If you can leave black marks on a straight from the time you exit a corner till the time you brake for the next turn.......
Then, you have enough horsepower."
My 67 Camaro Time Line
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