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I am by far not a rich man. Though I will when this car is done be another 20k poorer. So I was thinking of building in stages. I was wondering if I could run stage 3 comp cams and ported/polished heads and alot of bolt-ons, and then later without complications put in my stroker and supercharger?

(first build parts list: bbk tb, steeda charge motion, steeda cold air w/ elbow, frpp 4.10's, 39lb injectors, gt500 fuel pump, electric water pump, gms coil packs, and of course a dyno tune.)
 

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You certainly can but it would certainly be a lot less expensive in the long run to pull the engine once to do the heads/cams and bottom-end at the same time. I'm running basically the same setup N/A.
 
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