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Sams68

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About Sams68

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  • Name
    Sam Davis jr
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1968
  • Car
    lemans
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  1. I have a 1968 Lemans I am putting together and I am looking to a good Rear end Gear I am looking for something in between a freeway/ street performer it’s a 350 with a stroker kit from Butler Performance that takes the 350 to 383-413 CID With .30 over pistons I am using #16 heads HP and a Ram Air Aluminum intake I want to go with a roller cam set up it has a auto transmission I have a his/her shifter and plan on using a Torque converter with a stall of 2400 - 2600
  2. I just want a weekend driver with some power at least high 3s you know and yea your right about those pistons I am planning on ordering them from Butlers... and that camshaft Advertised Duration 279/289 lift .490/.488 with a lobe separation 112 I was thinking about going with that or either have a custom one made for the build
  3. Hi my name is Sam and I am new to this form but I have a 68 Lemans convertible with a 350 and I want to rebuild the engine to get more power out of the 350 I've got a ideal of what I want to do but I am not sure about the camshaft I was thinking about going with the Rhoads V-Pro street lifters and a howards hydraulic flat tapper camshaft 410141-12 with high performance pistons and a port and polish head job but wasn't sure if I was going in the right direction
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