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Ready to put new combo in my car
350 60 over
11 to 1
eagle rods steel crank
dart iron eagle platinum heads 215 cc intake runner 2.05 1.60 valve
victor junior intake
isky solid lift cam specs are
valve lift intake 547 exhaust 555
duration adv intake 288 exhaust 296
duration at .050 intake 258 exhaust 263
lobe center 106
Car weighs 2990 with me in it .
3800 stall convertor
4.10 gear 27 " tall tire et street radial
turbo 350 tranny
Thinking on running 850 holley dp
shift the car at about 6600 rpm
P.S what do you guys this combo would run in my nova????????
 

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Ready to put new combo in my car
350 60 over
11 to 1
eagle rods steel crank
dart iron eagle platinum heads 215 cc intake runner 2.05 1.60 valve
victor junior intake
isky solid lift cam specs are
valve lift intake 547 exhaust 555
duration adv intake 288 exhaust 296
duration at .050 intake 258 exhaust 263
lobe center 106
Car weighs 2990 with me in it .
3800 stall convertor
4.10 gear 27 " tall tire et street radial
turbo 350 tranny
Thinking on running 850 holley dp
shift the car at about 6600 rpm
P.S what do you guys this combo would run in my nova????????
I think your choice of carb is correct:yes:bm
 

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you might try

hmm ,, i think i would look at this, and get the spring kit to nail down the best ET.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/HLY-0-81870/

I've never owned one personally, but i like VS carbs. IMO, if you had a 5500-6000 converter , the 850 DP might be the best, or the 750-830 with annular boosters

I'd say that cam with that compression in a 360 ci motor outta pull to 7000, but let us know how it does
 

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Is the car going to be a race car or driver. My brother and I both did the APD carbs and we have bigger ci and we have 750 hp's. They are plenty of carb and the cars are extremely consistent, we are leaving some et on the table but we gladly exchange it for consistency.
 

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a 650 dp on a 2 inch spacer make that really did good compared to a 750 DP on a 355 similar to yours.

A good 750 VS is just goof proof. It may not have the best time with it once you get it working right , but i bet it won't give you the worst. Put the metering block in the back , trick kit with a spring kit. I've messed with them alot and i just like 'em .

Thats a pretty big head for a 360, A 750 vs will help elleviate something that isn't matched up just perfect too.
 

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do the math 360cube x 6600rpm = 237600000 / .3456= 687.500000
Most of those calculators are for mild street applications; I plugged my info into one that uses V.E. numbers and it came up with 965 cfm for my 410...I run a 975 Demon RS, so it's close.
I don't know the V.E. numbers for the 350 (360), but I get roughly 800 cfm if it turns 7500 rpm.
 

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david vizard would recommend a holley 750dp,

with mods that increase flow without reducing booster signal.

just saying
 

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Going to try 850 dp Holley .Thanks for the input .Hopefully in the next month have it track.ran 12.90 1.70 60 foot with 8.5 335 sbc.
 
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