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new build but what way to go?

Post  Rickytx630 on June 19th 2017, 11:44 am

finally finished updating my fathers old backhalf foxbody to a 4130 chassis and now decided to add some cubic inches, the 514 will be in there until i finish the new motor
stuck between doing a 632 and a 638. itll be an all aluminum motor, plan to do some quick 8 stuff and some bracket racing and maybe some supercomp/gas with the car. my question is what heads should i go with. i was thinking of doing a boss style motor but wasnt sure if the boss 9 would support that cubic inch, i was also looking at the a441 (i think thats them, 4.900 bs race hemi heads) i saw on C&Cmotorsports page that they offered a cast single 4bbl intake for them. how would they recover or handle the tstop if i went that rt. or should i just stay with the C head that i was thinking of? also i was looking at some dry sump stuff. is it really that noticeable and worth the hp difference or is it more of a wow factor and extra money?

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Re: new build but what way to go?

Post  dfree383 on June 19th 2017, 11:51 am

If your looking for wow factor and don't mind spending the $$$$ the A441 Hemi is the ticket
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Re: new build but what way to go?

Post  Rickytx630 on June 20th 2017, 2:08 pm

dfree383 wrote:If your looking for wow factor and don't mind spending the $$$$ the A441 Hemi is the ticket

looking for both. the wow factory and the performance. but also the reliability to compete too

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Re: new build but what way to go?

Post  rmcomprandy on June 20th 2017, 8:06 pm

A dry sump oil system is about oil system endurance and its great continuity, especially in a G-force situation; the rest is just a part of it all piled on top.

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