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Username Post: 265cu.in. 40 thou pistons        (Topic#356999)
rockin rebel 
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06-27-19 09:29 PM - Post#2769402    

hello fellow chevy lovers..ok, first things first.I am NOT building a race car or a high revving engine.I am 70, so I just want to cruise around, low and slow, but sound wicked..I have a 265, with 40 over pistons. looks like is is a fresh build..no heads.I have a new Lunati cam,268/489 . I do happen to have an old school, Crager 671, with 3 fan belts and dual carbs..I would like to put the blower on for looks, not power. would I, should I, could I..heads hope I am clear..thanks, rockin rebel .. The engine is a 57 block



Edited by rockin rebel on 06-27-19 09:30 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 


steve65 
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06-28-19 06:52 AM - Post#2769425    
    In response to rockin rebel

I honestly don't know it it's doable.....but damn that would look cool.
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Maxbigblock 
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06-28-19 08:02 AM - Post#2769429    
    In response to rockin rebel

If you really want it there has to be a way. Alas I also have no help to offer. You need to get into contact with people that have the knowledge to make it work. Maybe call a regular blower service or two. Explain the situation and see what their recommendations are, that is, if no one here comes up with any useful info. As far as the heads I would think that you need something that has very good flow numbers with that huffer pushing air in.

Max

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