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Old 05-04-2012, 10:13 AM   #1
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Budget build and 12.50's @ 108



T5 with 3.73 and slicks.

306 with home ported D2/D3 heads. Stock valves, Stock rail rocker arms, 1 5/8 long tubes and 2 inch exhaust.
Motorsport small flat hydraulic cam .491 and .509 lift 220/230 M-6250-A335
Motorsport dual plane intake
stock bottom end
Dura spark ignition with locked vacumn advance
750 HP carb
Accell coil and ford racing wires with mechanical fuel pump
D4 block
Summit double roller timing chain
MAC under drive pulleys

Cheap cheap cheap and runs fairly good.

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Old 05-04-2012, 01:13 PM   #2
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Thats really good compared to what I run with 306 w/ stock crank & rods, speed pro forged pistons, ported GT-40 heads, 1.6 RR, X-cam, edel rpm 2 intake, 75mm Throttle body, 30lb injectors & MAF, 1 5/8 header w/ 2.5" flowmaster dumps, 3.73s, T-5, 26x10 ET Drag, upper and lower control arms. Went 12.62 but im not exactly the best driver either

so.... congrats. Its nice to go fast for cheap
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Damn she's pretty!!
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thats nice! And a hydralic flat tappet too?
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Thanks guys. Its carbed so that helps too. I actually laughed when I was there and seen the numbers the little 306 ran.

If you look close, you will see my car(white hatch) in front of it with a 10.74 dial. I have a 9.2 deck with stock rods and stock crank and KB hyperutectic 13 cc dished pistons(9.8to1) with a custom flat solid in it. Ported Aussie 2V cleveland heads. 89 fuel and 7000 rpm shifts with 6000 Launch and all motor. MPH is 128 I drive it alot on the street. I do use a trailer at the track though. I don't want to leave the car behind if something breaks lol

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I did a 3.85 stroke and 4.040 bore on a 9.2 Deck Small Block Ford. Yes it is a Cleveland.
Custom flat hydraulic
Custom dished pistons
Blue Thunder dual Plane intake
850 HP carb
3 inch exhaust
1 3/4 headers
4V Ported Heads
This car is Bad to the Bone. For a big car it blazes the tires in the first three gears. TKO 600 in it. Customer is happy too. I have done a pile of cars and engines for customers. This one has not been to the track or dyno but I know it is in the 530 to 500 HP realm on 89 fuel. Drove this car and it is FUN!! It is 1 of about 1400 built and has factory gauges that find their way clear across the dash into the passenger side. Just a cool ride.





I tried to start a new thread on this one. The site will not let me. Makes it hard to share. LOL

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sinfully ugly!! But so cool!!!
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