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Engine Code 355909 and the Head code is 354434 The intake is a four barrel single plane stock manifold How do you give this motor some kick?

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2005-11-21 19:31:52
2005-11-21 19:31:52

heades, bigger cam, valve springs....all depends on what you want to do with it

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