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Sounds like good progress. Can't wait to see how it turns out. Post some pics of your build process if you get a chance.
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thanks for the up-date


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Another update! So I downloaded a 10day free trial of Engine Analyzer Pro v. 3.9. I plugged all my specs in. Thankfully I've been researching for like 2 years so most of it I have memorized. I plugged in about 20 different cam setups and ran them all through the simulator. I had a custom grind quote that was:
GRIND FW266/272H113+5
DUR @ 211/217
LIFT .471/.485
LSA 113
INT C/L 108
PRICE 205.00 + FRT
The other cam I was considering was comp cams 35-239-3. The custom grind had about 15 more ft/lbs over the CC on euntil about 4500 RPM then the higher duration and lift of the CC grind won out.
For shits and giggles(language?) I threw in the specs for Crower's Baja Beast grind. To my surprise, it blew away every other cam I had sim'd.
The simulator had me at 300ft/lbs starting at 1k RPM, peaked at 362ft/lbs at 3500 and fell off hard at 4800 RPM. Considering that it's a daily driver, this torque curve is phenomenal.
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As far as progress is concerned, my parents are paying my wife and I(mostly myself) to tile their house so I should have all the funds to purchase what I still need by mid february. I'll be sure to post pics of the engine. Also, another thing that I am doing is using a 5.0 plenum on the 5.8. The port shape and size for the 5.0 is WAY better than the 5.8. I'll be sure to post picks of the port job I do.
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I think it may just be for a carb manifold
but the 5.0 won't fit a 5.8 cause the 5.8 has a higher deck height


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Correct you are good sir! But we aren't talking about the intake manifold, we're talking about the plenum.
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yep, I kinda figured that
when engines when to electronic ignition and injection; I did not stay current
as all we had were carbs points & condensor
now days on the new engines if I have a problem somebody with the know how takes care of me; I'm limited to the things that bolt on, brakes, suspension axles and such


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Alright guys, first batch of parts is in. I got pretty much everything to complete the short block; Pistons, rings, main bearings, rod bearings, main studs, oil pump, arp con rod bolts, arp engine fastener kit plus some exhaust tubing to change my exhaust so it comes out over the rear axle.
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great
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Wonder how this all turned out?


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