how much hp 355

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  1. Nitroexpress

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    I have similar set-up and mines at 425
     
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    I assume that is a solid FT cam?.. I am too lazy too look up the specs, so I will guess 450-470hp.
     
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    sorry, its a solid street roller, 579/585,242/248,108 lsa
     
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    in that case 470-500hp. should be a healthy 355ci. why didnt you go 383, already had the crank and related parts?
     
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    ditto, puttin my car on a dyno at an automotive school soon.
     
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    yep, allready had the parts to build a really healthy 355 or would have gone with a stroker, not 383 more like 401 or bigger, have a 150 shot just incase its lazy
     
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    quench 045, final cr 10.43:1,cam installed 105,this thing better work good
     

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    Looks really good im guessing 450hp
     
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    Looks great quick79z,Good luck with the start-up and dyno pull.I would like some you-tube posts.
     
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    well, if it runs strong i will post something,those heads flow around 308 cfm but im not gonna turn the engine high enough to take advantage of it, will stop the pulls at 6800-7000 even with the daul plane
     

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