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Discussion in 'High Performance Modifications' started by muscl car, Jun 22, 2021.
thats right. You’re not ‘posed to add em up ! Lol.
Just a piece of advice, do not let the lady boss find that coffee can full of receipts.
Absolutely. One of my biggest fears: if I die first, I’m afraid my wife will sell my ‘79 Camaro for what she thinks I’ve spent on it
Way off those engines are over 30k plus! If you look at the prices they’ll even go past 50k
IT like hiding a drug addiction from your wife, you dont want to do it but you do it anyway....
wow! You get what you pay for!
I've got a carbureted, standard 4 in. bore 1991 block making a solid 400 hp for around 5k...and I bought all quality name brand parts. Could've been less if I had any idea what I was doing in the beginning, and didn't have to buy almost everything twice. Can't ask for much more than that in a 6000 lb. 29 year old 4x4 obs Chevy
I could've had a V8!
An all-NEW Vortec L31 (Not reman) for WAY under $4K ($3300)
USA good vortec heads, forged steel crank, billet steel roller cam, 4-bolt mains, damper, completed fuel pump pad, best warranty.
cam & spring swap < $400 = easy 400hp +
X2 ^^^ Great, no....awesome bang for the buck. The GM stuff today is nice, put on their dual plane bowtie intake and a 650 Holley, and your making 390+hp and 430+TQ with a punny girlie ft hyd cam. A good hyd roller, 425+ easy peasy!!!
Carb swap was the best thing I could've ever done. Those TBI systems are too much of a headache for me