Chevy 262-400ci Small Block 1958-98
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Street/strip, needs 9.5:1 compression, 2800+ stall, intake, gears and headers, very rough idle.
Vortec 350 with 4 barrel carburetor would this work?
Can I get this cam with different lobe separation I need vacuum would like 112 or 114
Would this work in a 350 tbi ?
Will this work stock on a 1990 mustang 302?
Do I need to change my rockers or can I use my stock ones?… Thanks
Would I need a torque converter for this setup 350 trans 72 Monte Carlo
Not a mechanic wondering if this would require new springs over stock. Running 291 fuelie heads
Had anyone tried this on a 6.2 chevy diesel
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