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The Chinese aren't too swift sometimes.
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Not a sale thread guys. Chat behind the scenes or start a sale thread. Thanks
An electronic voltage regulator has nothing to do with the ignition system. That blue regulator looks like a electronic replacement for the old...
Looks like a factory dual point distributor from here.
In 66 you could have 178's 234's or 920's. No worries though. They all have the same sized valves,ports, and chambers.
Cool car but a even nicer fender cover! LOL
Sorry, your "stock Magnum 300" label threw me for a loop.
Please answer post #22
Really? Hey, what is your age? If your engine is out of a Magnum it's probably a Gem 3 Hemi. What is it?
You need to look closely at the Nascar engines. They are designed to run 7000 + rpm and you need to duplicate that with your Magnum. Good luck!...
No need to rev a small block that tight.
Subscribed. I grew up in the dealership through the OBD1 through the OBD2 days to port injection. I don't think it should be attempted. Not that...
Yep. A tough comparison really. Similar cubic inches but that's it.
That could take all week to compare. Lol Too many choices.
I went back in and changed the valve sizes. That made a difference. The 383 comes out on top now. It's still a very inaccurate comparison on my part.
Best thing to do is talk to the cam grinder. Way too many choices to choose from here.
I have Desktop Dyno 5. I don't see that option.
I used 1.800 int. 1.600 exhaust valves. I didn't look up the stock 383 valve size. Their intakes are possibly closer to 2.000" but I might be...
D Dyno doesn't have much for specifics there. I would have to look up all the specs and build a head to mimic the Edelbrocks. I just used "2...
Yes, Stock heads on the stroker as well but with 383 size valves.
From an economy standpoint, I depends what the engine is replacing. Small block out, small block in would be pretty simple. If you switch to big...
I used 9.5/1 as a baseline for both.
Long stroke, more torque at a lower rpm.
The 318/390 torque was at 3500. The 383 was at 3000. The torque and horsepower was almost identical at 2000 rpm where you start accelerating on...
Interesting comparison. The cubes being very close between the two I would bet on the stroked 318 for the street but I plugged in some generic...
Next time please start a wanted thread. Thanks
Nope. Not a plug and play modification
Yes but available. I gave seen nice used ones go for just a bit less.