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  • New Boss 302 Block video

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...RC:en%26sa%3DN

  • #2
    Great video, would like that crate motor in my stocking

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    • #3
      That is a cool piece.

      Thanks for that link.
      '70 Mach 1 - '72 Sprint - '94 F-150 XL -'97 E-150 - '18 Edge SEL AWD

      My Mach's restoration progress
      My Sprint's restoration progress
      ”Mercy for the guilty is cruelty to the innocent.” ~ Adam Smith

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      • #4
        Happy as I am with my current motor I would still like that crate motor in my 66'. The more HP you have the more you want.

        I would love the details on how they got that 500HP out of 331 CI engine. 4.125" bore and 3.1" stroke. Pump gas? I think not.

        Very cool link. Thanks.
        Jerry Cooper
        66' Coupe, Wide Ratio Toploader, 9" 3.25 Traction Loc
        302 .060 over, Solid Lifter,294 adv. duration, 246 @ .050,.544 lift
        Eddy RPM intake, Autolite 1.12 Carb,
        Hooker Comp. Headers, Dynomax Super Turbos, Flowmaster 2 1/2" Mandrel bent, H pipe
        MSD RTR, Blaster2 Coil
        70' 351W Heads home port job, 9.5 to 1 CR
        15" Styled Steel Wheels, KYB Gas adjust Shocks
        620 1" Lowered front springs, 1" Front Sway Bar,Rear Sway Bar, Shelby Traction Bars

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sprcoop View Post
          Happy as I am with my current motor I would still like that crate motor in my 66'. The more HP you have the more you want.

          I would love the details on how they got that 500HP out of 331 CI engine. 4.125" bore and 3.1" stroke. Pump gas? I think not.

          Very cool link. Thanks.
          Not that hard to do if you pay attention to details and got the funds,especially if it is capable of 7500 rpms
          My pump gas 347 built from ground up will run around $10K and produce street friendly 500HP at flywheel at 7000 with billet Hyd roller and linkbars ussing Canfield 195s
          Good parts and machining is the key

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