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Old 05-01-2012, 06:32 PM   #16
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Default Re: 650 or 750dp for my 347??? need help 650 or 750dp for my 347???

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O P needs to realize that 302 parts work very good on 302's. If you now have a 347, you need 347 type parts.
IMHO, the heads you post about with 170cc intakes are going to chock the daylights out of a 347, you should have something like 185cc as a minimum.
I'm using 205cc heads myself.......
what 205 head are you running? 170cc tw heads have shown great results on 408 ci engines. and have 205 tw's on my 440 ci sb.
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:47 PM   #17
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Default Re: 650 or 750dp for my 347??? need help 650 or 750dp for my 347???

im running the head and intake because its what i have, im broke, its gunna be street driven alot and shifted no later than 6k. the cam is in there because the stroker kit i have(which i picked up for 500bux) has inline valve pistons and i dont want too big of a cam to have to flycut the pistons. im just working with what i have guys, not trying to break any records.
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