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332 CID 12.76 compression mild ported Victor Jr. manifold 850 DP carb CNC'd Victor Jr. heads intake flows 311 CFM at .500 lift solid roller cam 275/281 duration at .050 .560 lift(yep!) 110 LSA-all lite weight forged parts zero balanced-not the best combination but curious on any input-thanks !
 

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I wonder what it'll peak at with that enormous cam and those heads at 332C.I...

I think you'll make around 510-530 with the cam not being right and the manifold being too small. Should have a super victor and 750 carb as well.
 

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to me the heads & intake are good for this power but the cam is big in dur & small in lift, I am not a cam guru at all we will see what they say.
 

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Ya-crank HP cam is left over NMRA piece ! (hint : the lift spec is with 1.8 rocker ratio ! ) cleaning out some inventory and figured I could cobble these parts into something...
 

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Talk about a square lobe.

Lobe lift of .311" and big duration.

Lot of old Pure Street camshafts kickin' around lately.
 

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332 CID 12.76 compression mild ported Victor Jr. manifold 850 DP carb CNC'd Victor Jr. heads intake flows 311 CFM at .500 lift solid roller cam 275/281 duration at .050 .560 lift(yep!) 110 LSA-all lite weight forged parts zero balanced-not the best combination but curious on any input-thanks !
550 will be easy. You will be way over crammed though. 20* less duration would get the job done.
 
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