Not really well luckily i just found a set on eBay no oil hole about 225$ but worth it
67chrrybucket":145pup8h said:Wouldn't 6500 rpms be a bit high for the stock crank? And would you be able to port the head enough to take advantage of that rpm range. My car will mostly be street driven so i probably won't need that much. But im curious
67chrrybucket":77mum74b said:My horsepower goal is 325hp to 350hp i know i will sacrifice some low end torque but im running this in a lighter vehicle than most. Being that its mostly street driven im looking for a 4500-5500 as the horsepower peak rpm
67chrrybucket":1ojf34xy said:Mine is going into a 67 comet a bit lighter than the truck yours is going in. Does that simulater also take into account the 120 degrees of crank rotation vs a bent 8? Most of the ones ive seen don't and they are off when it comes to torque
67chrrybucket":3kg1d1a9 said:I will be having the head ported to hopefully same cam flow as yours pmuller9 also 1.9/1.6 valves im waiting on having a custom cam made after i get head measure,d so i can also order custom pistons and i will be using 240 rods so if i have to ill spin it to 6500 rpm but id probably use a solid lifter then?
67chrrybucket":1pwxty76 said:I'm not sure about solid lifter yet but since ftf mentioned id probably have to spin it to 6500 rpm i figured that was into solid lifter territory. Im more interested in doing a custom roller cam for various reasons one being a more aggressive cam and cam life