Small Block Chevrolet
Would this work on a stock 327 out of a 65 impala
Will this kit work on a 350 Chevy short block that’s just been bored out to 40 over? If not which kit would you recommend that’s a Edelbrock full kit similar to this one?
I see answers to questions saying this wont work on a 305 but edelbrock says it''ll work on 262 and up? Are you absolutely sure it wont work at all or is it just not recommended?
Will this edelbrock 2022 top end kit work on a 383 short block?
Is the kit C.A.R.B. approved per California smog requirements?
Hello my name is Charles McAdam my dad and I are building up a 1973 Chevy pickup. We are looking to do a mild top end build on a stock bottom, with future upgrades in mind. Is this product a good choice? What carburetor is recommended?
Hi, i have a 1991 camaro rs vin E with a 305 and TBI, will this kit fit and will i be able to still use the TBI on it? and if not what kit can i use to gain more horse power?
Will this work on a 283?
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