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Old 06-06-2002, 07:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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375 HP @ 5619 RPMs....418 ft/lbs of TORQUE ! Shorty Headers !
Heres the best part, The max torque starts at 3100 RPM and stays flat right up to 4300 RPM !! One hell of a midrange. Torque at max hp is 353 ft/lbs At 2100 RPM, the torque is 373 ft/lbs. Although the Clone Vert won't be a dragster, with a 3.70 rear, I should have some fun light to light. Come on ricer boys, suck my exhaust !
Here's the specs from memory as I left my engine file at work.
VERY low milage 69 block. Had to go .30 over since it sat so long. Keith Black hyper-you-know-what 9.5-1 pistons. Bottom end is stock, tolerances checked, bearings replaced, lube holes chamfered (sp?) etc.
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Hedman 88650 shorty 351 swap headers from JET HOT coated inside and out. 3yr warranty on "blueing" and lifetime on rust through. With an almost 2 inch drop of the Global West front suspension and the AOD trannie, I need the clearance.
Canton road racing "T" style oil pan. Melling hduty oil pump.
MSD 6ALbox, Billet Dizzy and MSD Coil.
Edelbrock aluminum waterpump.
March billet pulleys
I've got 5500 bucks in this motor. Same as the cost for a Ford Racing Crate motor. Difference? Ford vs Marollo/Snakoil
385hp vs 375hp
377 ftlbs @ 4500 RPM vs 418 ftlbs @ 3100 RPM
My cost includes the MSD stuff, headers, the carb, braided/anodized fuel line, air cleaner and plug wires.
If I didn't get the block for free (long story-don't ask), it would probably be a toss-up on which way to go.
All the work was done by Mickey Marollo Racing Engines in Elmira, NY. He's a respected builder of engines for Modifieds and race boats.
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Old 06-06-2002, 08:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hope you have a posi in that 3.70 rear!!

Very nice numbers. For street motors, torque is KING!

Congrats and enjoy.
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oh, thats nothing......LOL JUST KIDDING!!

With that kinda push all you'll need to be stoplight king is practiced launches......ricers will be receiving a serious dose of reality...good job!!
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Sounds like fun. But, try to ignore the ricers, they really aren't worth it.
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With that kind of torque and and 3.70 rear, you could still have a lot of fun at the drag strip. Sounds like your next project is finding more traction! Have fun and be safe [IMG]/forums/images/icons/smile.gif[/IMG]
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Congrads on the numbers man!! Really nice for such a streetable engine! I have to say these dam 351Ws are making too much power [IMG]/forums/images/icons/wink.gif[/IMG] Im looking at possibly over 640HP and 570lbs of torque on my 408W [IMG]/forums/images/icons/smile.gif[/IMG]. That combined with a manual tranny == over 500RWHP hehehehe.
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Glad to see someone post what it cost to build a motor. There's always someone saying, "Hey, I coulda done it for $1,500! Of course, the guy's brother gave him the long block and his uncle owns the machine shop and sold him the parts at cost... Little details like that and the fact that he never kept any records of what he actually spent...
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Those are flywheel numbers, right?
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wow. Sounds similar to my setup. Now I need to get the headers. Did yours fit good? they sound like they perform. Congrats on the sucessful engine!
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Yep, got a traction lock.
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nice numbers .regards javed
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Yor're right geegee. I kept a file on everything. For a while there I thought I was spending too much for too little. Mickey reassured me though. He was looking for 380 horse. But I'm more than satisfied.
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They fit well. Spark plugs aren't a problem. Can't tell how they'll fit in the car yet though. Man do they look nice - great finish.
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Right 2bav8. Those are flywheel numbers.
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Hey msolnik, You should've see the looks of disbelief from the Chebby guys at work when I showed them the dyno sheet ! A Chebby small block would be hard pressed to come close to that big flat torque curve...maybe for 7 grand !
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