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How much horsepower from a 331 stroker motor?

I plan to build a 331 stroker, Maybe.... i just want to know with trickflows track heat top end kit and a DSS racing 331 pro stroker kit, how much horse could i expect to make from this??? I was reading in this months issue of MM&FF and they have a 347 stroker with cnc machined and machined intake/exhaust ports on the Trick flow heads, and they only came up with 358 horse at the wheels, apparently it wasnt running correctly but i thought that was a little dissapointing, i was wanting to get 375 from a .30 bored 302 to block, at the wheels, but apparently this isnt going to i was wondering about a 331 stroker

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The 331 and the 347 put out comparable numbers, just because of a 16 cube difference doesn't mean it won't put out as much. With the TFS Track Heat kit, it'd put out around 360-370 hp but there's a lot of other factors that can come into play.

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I have a 331 w/ AFR 185's, Comp XE 270 w/1.7rr's, Track-Heat intake w/ 1inch and 3/8 inch spacers, Pro-M 80mm, 30 lb inj., Mac LT's, Pro-Chamber and a Borla catback.

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