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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-21-2013 Thread Starter
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Engine parts compatibility

I am in the process of shopping around for what I want for my engine. Here is what I am thinking so far:

Eagle street/strip 327 stroker kit
TrickFlow Twisted-Wedge street performance CNC ported heads (58cc chambers)
TrickFlow cam- .542"/.563" 293/209 duration 112° lobe sep
Holley 650cfm double pumper
Holley 110GPH pump
Edelbrock Performer RPM Air-Gap intake
Hydraulic roller lifters
1.6 roller rockers
Doug's ceramic coated long tube headers

I want to make sure that everything will work well with each other (i.e. is that too much/not enough carb for the build) before I start pulling out the checkbook. I don't have a set HP goal in mind, but as you can see by my shopping list, if a Honda pulls up at a light thinking "all show, no go" I still want to be able to easily put him in his place.
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should be fine. just don't use the EAGLE kit. go with SCAT.
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-25-2013 Thread Starter
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I'll look into that, I'm sure the cylinders will have to be cleaned up anyway so I may as well do the +.030" and make it a 331ci. I'll still claim it as a "327" just to watch people scratch their head since most people don't think of stroker kits and will immediately think of Chevy.
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