Stock windowed 350 olds takes tons of nitrous

Old September 21st, 2017, 05:06 PM
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Stock windowed 350 olds takes tons of nitrous

just a heads up to those out there spending money and building motors, i have a 71 350 with all of the goodies sitting on an engine stand waiting to go in the car, but i figured i would see what the stock 79 motor could take. Well after upping the jets to the max for the kit 180 hp, the car just keeps taking the hit. Ran a 13.0! This week!. Bottom line is the olds blocks are still pretty tuff. Spend 450 bucks on a sniper system and have a blast. For the record i am 4 degrees back in my timing, running 8.5 lbs if fuel pressure and running an almost square jet configuration, plugs are two steps colder. The car cruises like a dream and hauls *** at the flip of a switch. Small block to big block in a split second. Don't get too greedy with the tune and that sucker will keep on running
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Old September 21st, 2017, 07:59 PM
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Good to know.
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Old September 22nd, 2017, 01:05 PM
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That's good news but a '79 MIGHT make 200hp stock so you're still under 400hp. Sorry but that's not THAT big of a stretch.
But thanks anyway.😀
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LOL and copper ran what! He didn't use any NOS.
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Old September 22nd, 2017, 07:41 PM
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12.29 N/A with not so exotic parts . But for a stock 350 thats pretty cool lol. Seems like something i would do.
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I think the 330 can be sleeved to make a 307 for racing a much stronger block but still a 307 bore. I know lots of sleeves.
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