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I couldn't agree more!
Awesome!!! Lets hope my little 340 surprises everyone too
So what did you do to those heads? Did you buy them Raw CNC ported from Bryce at Airwolf?
I liked how the HP curve was gentle slope after peak. It held the power for 4-500 rpm after peak. Good show.
I got them from Procomp themselves, Im a dealer. I can get just as much flow out of them as Airwolf. These ones flowed 306/229 @ .650" and my bench is stingy. They were raw and I put 2.08/1.60 valves in it.
Awesome... About all I can say.
Sorry I missed all the fun this time Mike. Hopefully i'll get a guess in on the next monster :smile:. That's going to be a great engine in that light car....Congrats!
Here are some pics of the car being built.
Still waiting to see if the block/caps need to be welded or not. This is a bummer but we have to get it right. Damn old 340 blocks.
The specs on the motor were good for a smile. Very nice. But the Colt ? That has me fully aroused. Should be sneaky fast for a pump gas small block project.
Looks like it will be a handful. Quite the monster.
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Really sounds about right for the comp and intake. what LSa are those lobes on? what ICL? When the 4" cranks(yep cast crap) came out many years ago we built 408-416's that made 565-570hp and 550ftlbs at low RPM with J heads,a little more comp but pretty weak heads and peak hp would end up around 5800-6000rpm. Made great street/strip engines and ran 10.50's in decent street A bodies. your combo in a Colt with converter/gear should run easy 9's without much work.