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Conventional Killer

385ci SBC Build
Posted July 5 2013 12:23 PM by CHPJake 
Filed under: Chevy High Performance Magazine, Car Engine, Chevrolet Nova, 1963 Chevy Cars, General Chevy Talk

Stock Block Brawler, Conventional Killer

 The latest engine build we're working is a bored and stroked stock small-block that's stacked with some of the latest in high-performance off-the-shelf components. Our goal is to make around 500 horsepower on 91 octane pump gas, and considerably more with a hefty shot of N02.  


The basics include:

Summit Racing fully machined block ($700)

Summit Racing 200cc aluminum heads ($1,100)

Scat rotating assembly & Mahle pistons ($2,000)

COMP Cams hydraulic roller cam & lifter kit (230/236 at .050) ($1,000) 

RHS single plane intake manifold ($500)

Quick Fuel Q-series carb ($700)

Moroso Oiling & cooling systems ($1,000)

ARP bolts & Mahle/Clevite gaskets ($200)

Hooker Super Competition headers ($600)

TCI Balancer, starter, flywheel ($600)

Total: *$9,400

* Approximate cost



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