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Thank you. The 357 is a .040 over with Mahle Flat Top Pistons (10.2 to 1), AFR 210 Heads, Holley Strip Dominator Intake, Holley 750 HP Carb, Comp Cam 12-908-9 Solid Roller (0.630 lift 264/270 duration @ .050, Chevy Forged crank, 6" H-Beam rods, Scorpion roller rockers, Dougs Headers, MSD Distributor. The front end is a Heidt's SuperRide II. Car weight is 3275 with me.
 

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It's my street version of a 10 second Chevy II race car I used to own. View attachment 397071
Isn't it pretty amazing how easy it is to go fast today and how we struggled to do it years ago. In today's world people think it takes 700 hp to go 11's because every engine makes that much power but can't get to the ground. if you were going 10.90's 20 years ago you had a race car!!!!
 

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That is one bad (... meaning good) Acadian!!!
I think it is great that you can also drive this car on the streets (y)

Did you do any modifications to the rear suspension to get your car to hook-up so well?
 

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setup is: On the rear is stock mono leaf, competition engineering slide-a-link bars and 3 position shocks set to the softest, Front is Aldan coilovers set to softest (Heidt's Superride Ii front end)
 
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