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Author Topic:   347 ford
RTR Dave
Member
posted November 29, 2003 08:26 AM
Want to build this thing for an IMCA Modified. I want something serious that will live at 8,000 rpm. I don't want to build it with junk yard stuff. What heads do I need, what intake would you recoment and who are the people to talk to about the bottom end? any weird oil passage redrilling or things to look out for in the construction of this?

Thanks

Dave

ss11
Member
posted November 29, 2003 06:53 PM
forged 4340 lightweight crank, h-beam rods, srp forged lightweight flat top pistons with NO valve reliefs, nice solid roller, svo n-351 heads, victor jr. intake, oil restictors on the bottom end, a high volume blueprinted oil pump and a main stud girdle. you will be screamin' by those bowties.


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