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Old 06-14-2018, 11:18 AM
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Had Mikey build me a new 377 and here is the after math.

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Nice! What are the specs?
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377 cubes
AFR 230 heads with BTR springs
Cammotion cam
Dragon Slayer Crank
Ultra I mean rods
Weisco pistons
Johnson lifters

keep in mind this is going through an auto
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It looks like a very healthy and efficient combo. Crazy how high in the power band it carries the torque. Have you made any hits on the street or track yet?
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377 cubes
AFR 230 heads with BTR springs
Cammotion cam
Dragon Slayer Crank
Ultra I mean rods
Weisco pistons
Johnson lifters

keep in mind this is going through an auto
Wow! Real nice!

What block?

That's a mid 8 car!
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Originally Posted by Turbo-Geist View Post
It looks like a very healthy and efficient combo. Crazy how high in the power band it carries the torque. Have you made any hits on the street or track yet?
waiting on the new converter, gets here today.
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Wow! Real nice!

What block?

That's a mid 8 car!
LS3

hope so!!!
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Wow that's a lot of power!! How much boost and what pulley combo?
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Very nice!

What intake and cam specs?
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beautiful torque curve, thats going to be a good time
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Wow that makes me feel better about my LS3 block. Damn dude you're nuts. I wouldn't plan on making that much power thru an auto with a stock LS3 block for long but hope you do!
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Wow that's a lot of power!! How much boost and what pulley combo?
8"/2.70"
DA was around 6000-7000 which equated to 22 psi. From what I've seen it's about 1 psi lost for every 1000.
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Very nice!

What intake and cam specs?
its a G Pro intake and a Thunder Racing T-Rex cam
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Wow that makes me feel better about my LS3 block. Damn dude you're nuts. I wouldn't plan on making that much power thru an auto with a stock LS3 block for long but hope you do!
Why not?
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can't blame him, I would like it too

lol I knew it was only a matter of time before the life memes started. I caught hell as a kid because of that commercial.
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Originally Posted by algZO6 View Post
8"/2.70"
DA was around 6000-7000 which equated to 22 psi. From what I've seen it's about 1 psi lost for every 1000.
Ohhh nice killer numbers. I am putting together a similar parts combo ysi B on iron 6.0 block. I have a 2.85 pulley considering a 2.7.

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Why not?
I guess youíre not concerned about splitting the block between the water passages at the top of the sleeve.

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Holy crap thatís awesome!
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