I moved this thread over to the Engine Mods forum, more appropriate than racing/dyno forum. :yes:
Sounds like you want a good stage II set up.
First, pick your cam. SE 204, Andrews TW26 or TW37 are good choices for low end torque.
Obviously, you'll want 95" barrels, keep the compression ratio under 10:1 and you'll have no pinging/fuel issues.
If you want some top end, add heads that'll breath.
The possibilities are only limited by the amount of $$$$ you want to spend.
There are TONS of posts on this topic, spend some time reading them and then post up with some specific questions for the tech gurus.
Hi Lunker,Lunker said:Wyodude,
What's the difference between the SE 203 and 204 cams? I know that people have expressed a preference for one over the other. Is the 204 a better low range power choice? I am looking at the SE catalog and the lift duration stats don't mean that much to a semi-technical person like myself. I will probabl going with a factory Stage II for warranty reasons and the 203 is the stock choice, but I don't know if I should have them use the 204 instead. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.
P.S. Hope I didn't hijack the thread too badly.
Thanks Doc,hdmd88 said:The 204 does rock for a bolt in cam, I've gotten 88 hp and 99tq from a build with stock heads and a 204 installed...Dyno Tuned of course.