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Old 08-31-2009, 09:47 PM
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trying to get a list of parts needed for my motor in the pickup
let me know if you see something I need other than a computer tune I have a donor motor for accessories/intake as well
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I will make my own CAI so I can keep water and mud out of it
think I missed anything? I have ported 302 heads going on I'm gonna have milled so comp ratio is around 10.5-1 or so I also want to get a stall converter
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So I take it you have a 351, Have you thought about a 393, it'll only cost about 200 bucks more for a stroker kit than your rebuild kit.
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2wd or 4wd?
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4wd I was thinking of getting a custom grind cam but thats even more work
and bronco I would rather just do the rebuild kit less to worry about and I'm trying to keep this cheap as possible
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timing set?
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Gotcha but I'm asking because I'm wondering about the torque curve for the cam you've picked. Going off the grind I'm putting the torque peak at around 3500RPM. With 4WD (IF you go 4 wheeling in it much) you want the torque to come in off idle and peak around 2000RPM so you've got a more predictable surge that progressively builds rather a sudden surge that hits all at once. Me, I'd go with a cam that has a idle to 5000RPM HP range.

I ran one in my '80 Chevy 4X with a 3.73 gear and 33" tall tires and it could pull stumps despite the low gearing. Playing in the mud in low range was an absolute blast too.
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well the stall I was gonna use was around 3200 or so. I offroad a lot but I go places where you need to hit it "hard" to make through
and my pickup has a brand new timing chain on it
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Just sounds like you're begging for uncontrollable wheel-spin to me. Got lockers?
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gonna get these front and rear
I have heard good things about them
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and of course some damn aggressive tires probably boggers
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The lockers will be crucial. On a straight axle you unload the driver's front and passenger's right tires under hard acceleration which equates to bad spin on the affected tires. All the HP in world won't do you any good if you can't deliver it to the ground. I still think it's going to be fairly unruly.

Are you climbing or mudding? I'd actually be kinda scared to climb in something with a stall converter in it.
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