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    what do you guys think? I'm having a shop in w covina build me a blown 572. I am using dart 345 heads with a stage 3 porting (using these heads cuz I already had them). motor will have 8.5:1 comp. 14 71 blower with a 749 lift.
    Builder says I will make over 1100 hp. Is this possible with these heads?

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    Anything is possible with more boost!


    It's not that i don't care, I just dont give a sh!t!

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    exactly !!!! should not be a problem, now fuel, that might be !!

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    I want to be able to run pump.
    Anybody have experience with speedomotive

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    make sure you run a good intercooler, and keep your water temp low 120-140 then run an oil thermostat to stop condensation. I am running these # with 598" motors.

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    I run the dart 345 none ported head on my pro limited motor , meaning one carb no porting 482 ci made 850 hp @ 7200 it can be done .

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    well motor is almost done. needs to go on the dyno, i think this shop is expensive as far as the dyno work. I know it's cheap insurance but ive heard of shops charging $400 for the dyno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x50plt View Post
    make sure you run a good intercooler, and keep your water temp low 120-140 then run an oil thermostat to stop condensation. I am running these # with 598" motors.
    I have 2 intercoolers, 1 has bigger end caps for more water flow. I will try both to see the differences.
    I never ran an oil thermostat, is it a big deal?

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