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Author Topic:   350 help
crash915
Member
posted February 08, 2004 06:55 PM
i race on a 1/4th mile oval dirt need to know what to put in motor has to be cast heads,intake every thing else is open THANKS FOR ANY HELP


towmandan
Member
posted February 08, 2004 07:34 PM
How thick is your wallet....Or do you have a lot of plastic????? H.P. cost money how fast do want to go HA HA... what we are gonna need to know is what your running and how many rpm do you want to turn? I like the iron eagle heads there hard to beat for the money and do your rules allow you to change the stroke ....let us know and we can give you some good combinations ......towman


crash915
Member
posted February 08, 2004 08:14 PM
we can do any thing on the inside we want.i have a 1986 350 standard bore,like to turn around 6500 to 6800. thanks.....ps we run superstreets


cobb
Member
posted February 08, 2004 08:39 PM
stock heads and block? what about intake?


crash915
Member
posted February 08, 2004 08:45 PM
any heads stock block any intake but it has to be cast thanks


towmandan
Member
posted February 10, 2004 06:23 AM
A good place to start would be a set of 200cc iron eagles a 6in rod 355 around 13to1 comp somewhere around 540 to 550 lift solid cam around 250 to 260 duration @ .050 and small lobe center 105 or 106 would be good if you have to run a cast intake go with a bowtie there pretty good what kind of tires are you allowed to run.....towman


crash915
Member
posted February 10, 2004 04:42 PM
we can run hoosiers,i am running a rayburn with camaro stub griner direct drive trans ford 9 inch thanks


racer17j
Member
posted February 10, 2004 09:09 PM
is that a one or two piece rear main seal block if it's a one i'd look for a different block or atleast an adapter kit those one piece cranks can get kinda pricey and the blocks don't take to kindly to being bored very much had a buddy bore one 40 over and split the block after hotlaps


dan63
Member
posted February 10, 2004 09:20 PM
17j i hope that was a freak deal cause i pick up mine(one peice rear main)at .030 over today from the machine shop today,at a local racers auction i noticed JR motorsports had a few for sale so hopefully im not the only guinnea pig


Wind Walker
Member
posted February 11, 2004 09:02 AM
If you're going to use a 1 piece seal (1986 & up) block, you will also be needing the correct flywheel for those. They have a different bolt pattern (3 inch) than the earlier (pre-86) 2 piece seal cranks.

The cranks in these 1 piece seal engines are also quite heavy.

Have a great day,
Wind Walker


dirtbuster
Member
posted February 11, 2004 09:48 AM
You can also buy seal adapters to fit the older crank in the new blocks. Then you can use the 2 piece seal and pre 86 flywheel.


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